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Women, Earth, and Creator Spirit

Today's Readings Today we celebrate Pentecost, when the breath of the Spirit flowed through Jesus’ friends and empowered them to bring...

Of Perpetua and Women’s Bravery

In the decade since I became Catholic and took Saint Perpetua as my patroness and Confirmation name, I have celebrated this feast day...

Star, Witness, Renewal

Today's Readings I have been fascinated with stars since I was young. Why do they twinkle? Why do we wish on the first star of the...

From where do we enter the chaos?

I took a class on ministerial leadership a few years ago. One week we were gifted with the presence of the late William Barry, S.J., a...

"Why?" Is Definitely the Question

Today's Readings Merry Christmas! The traditions of the Church around this time feel positively utopian, don’t they? Throughout Advent,...

Courageous Spirit

Today's Readings Today is a special day in my religious congregation, the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM). It is...

Remember Your Roots

A blog for women seems an unlikely place to find a reflection for St. Andrew. One of the fishermen called by Jesus to be fishers of men...

Discerning God's Dream

I’ve been Catholic for about eight years, and one of my favorite parts of my journey into the church has been learning about the various...

The Smarty-Pants Saint

I have always love school. From my earliest school experience, I have been excited to start each academic year, eager to gather folders,...

This Year, Consider the Requiem

To be honest, I much prefer the Solemnity of All Saints. In the symphony of the liturgical year, All Saints is a joyful march, a...