By Sister Clare Boehmer, ASC Last weekend, the Adorers of the Blood of Christ were inducted into the Hall of Fame of St. Pius X… Read More »Adorers Inducted into St. Pius X Hall of Fame
While some dreams take me to Europe or South America, there is a lot I want to see in the U.S., museums among them. Museums about Black history and justice, in general, are at the top of my list.
By Sister JoAnn Mark, ASC We are well into 2021, but I am still thinking about last year’s lingering lessons about peace and justice. What… Read More »What 2020 Taught Me About Peace and Justice
In an age and culture that value individualism, is there room for human fraternity and solidarity? Last Fall, Pope Francis challenged us to work for… Read More »Pope Francis’ Guide for Achieving the Common Good
Amanda Gorman, the 22-year-old American poet and activist from Los Angeles, captured the hearts of many of us when she delivered her poem, “The Hill… Read More »Amanda Gorman’s Inaugural Poem and What It Stirs in Me