Twenty-four hours in a day, seven days in a week gives us 168 hours. Subtract 56 for sleeping (yes, we’re allotting the optimal eight hours a day) leaves 112. Minus 40 hours for full-time ministry and we’re down to 72. Who are we kidding? Most of us are probably working more than 40, but since we’re probably not sleeping 8 hours a night, we’ll let it more or less balance out. Meals, showers, a little time with community, prayer and we’re down to 40 hours left in the week to play with. Forty hours?! That would be great. I did some math wrong somewhere because that is definitely not m
Congrats to Sisters Linda Buck, CSJ and Jenny Zimmerman, SND, our latest winners of the Leadership Initiatives Scholarship!
This Summer, Giving Voice inaugurated two new peer-led committees, the Communications Working Group and the Leadership Initiatives Scholarship Committee. Involving nearly a dozen sisters in a circle-process-led collaboration, each committee seeks to expand the reach of Giving Voice through communications initiatives and mission-driven ministry.
On Thursday, September 13 the Religious Formation Conference will host a webinar discussion with the editors and authors of, In Our Own Words: Religious Life in a Changing World. Sisters Sarah Kohles, OSF, Juliet Mousseau, RSCJ, and Tracy Kemme, SC will join us for this conversation.
Deep in the wilderness I sit.
I hear you in the wind,
in the animals calling out to one another.
I feel you everywhere.
I am free.
Don't forget that you can read more reflections by younger women religious in the regular Horizons column on Global Sisters Report.