Monthly Archives: February 2018
Presented by the Religious Formation Conference
Date: March 21, 2018 (60 minutes)
Time: 3 pm Eastern; 2 pm Central; 1 pm Mountain; 12 noon Pacific
Presenter: Sallie Latkovich, CSJ, DMin, Adjunct Lecturer in Biblical Spirituality and Director of Biblical Study and Travel Program, Catholic Theological Union (CTU), Chicago, IL. Continue reading
Working closely with the General Leadership Team of the Missionary Franciscan Sisters, the Communications Specialist will:
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious strongly denounces the cruel decision by the Trump administration to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 200,000 Salvadorans. El Salvador is the fourth country whose citizens have been stripped of their right to protection by President Trump’s administration. Rescinding TPS from human
From February 12 to 24, a Permanent Formation Meeting of the Order is held in Rome for religious between 45 and 60 years of age, in order to enter deeply into the keys to grow in our Piarist vocation. The first session, dedicated to get to know each other, was attended by Bishop Juan María Uriarte, who will accompany us the next few days to talk about the human, spiritual, Piarist and ministerial keys. Continue reading
“The racist attacks against Venezuelan migrants in Roraima, Brazil, require special attention on behalf of institutions and international community. Every border of the world, in fact, is turning into a delicate place where, instead of confrontation and reception, inter-ethnic hatred prevails”. This was stated in a note sent to Agenzia Fides by Sister Neusa de Fatima Mariano, Superior General of the Scalabrinian Missionary Sisters, who since the foundation Continue reading
Pope Francis has renewed the membership of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors (PCPM), confirming Cardinal Seán O’Malley as President of the Commission, and adding nine new members to the advisory body. Seven more nominees are returning to the Commission after their terms had expired in December.
During his recent trip to South America, Continue reading
As a young woman professing first vows in 1983, Sr. Elaine Baete swallowed a fleeting thought about the future of her new congregation, the Sisters of Charity of Montreal, also known as the Grey Nuns. Instead, she focused on her new vocation and the impact she hoped to make.
“I can remember walking in St. Boniface in our big provincial house [in Winnipeg] as a young sister and saying to myself with fear Continue reading