Monthly Archives: January 2007

Assertive Love?

If there is one thing that I have been noticing a disconnect with in my own life it deals with my differing assertions regarding Christian unity. Online I am more than likely to state the Catholic Church as the Church. … Continue reading

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Religious Order Adjusts to Changing Times

Chesterfield, MOA group of aging nuns say they must close a 40-year-old Catholic school in suburban St. Louis in June. The Sisters of the Most Precious Blood plan to sell the Linda Vista school and the land it sits on … Continue reading

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Nuns take campaign against female circumcision to World Social Forum

NAIROBI-Nuns take campaign against female circumcision to World Social ForumA congregation of Catholic nuns campaigning against Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya called for more concerted effort to end the practice. Speaking at the ongoing World Social Forum (WSF) in Nairobi, … Continue reading

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Parents and Happiness

Often the most upsetting or difficult issue for me to adjust to in the discernment and vocation process is that of my family. I spent 2.5 hours last night phoning discerners in the LA archdiocese for the upcoming 7-11 Ministry … Continue reading

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Women’s orders involved in higher education

Sister,I have class soon, but I wanted to ask you a question. Being online and blogging I’ve come across a noviate for the Society of Jesus. I have noticed that the SJ is rather scholarly and studious: in publications and … Continue reading

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