Christina Capecchi is a freelance writer from Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, and the editor of SisterStory.org.
While lay people honor their legacy, women religious are hosting events of their own – not to pat themselves on the back but to pay it forward, to continue their work of healing a fractured nation.
My task at hand: editing a cover story about three Catholic families who had taken radical leaps of faith.
Author, therapist says that taking care of yourself fuels you to do good in the world wherever you are called.
My aunt Jan has always known she was adopted, and the many mysteries surrounding that reality had never haunted her.
In experiencing the best of humanity in Gander, Newfoundland, a couple’s fear and fatigue were met with comfort and compassion.
Social-media apps purport to connect us with others but actually they can impair and isolate us.
New moms are dusting off their grandmothers’ names, but they’re threading that antique lace to red bandanna, according to the list of names that made the biggest leaps in popularity.
Erica Tighe was 26 when she made the leap: She would set out on her own to be a calligrapher. Full time.