“It’s a perfect use of our property and helps in the conservation of bees. And you get something wonderful in return.”
Show me the honey: Maryland sisters find divine touch in beekeeping
LCWR president outlines ‘map-shaping’ concepts for future of religious life
Staring down a future of uncertainty, religious life finds itself in need of a map, the outgoing president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious told the organization’s members.
All in: Women’s religious orders invest in synod process
The leaders of religious orders around the world are taking very seriously the idea of making the Catholic Church more “synodal” — a place where everyone is called to prayer, discernment and responsibility for the church and its mission.
‘Embracing vulnerability,’ sisters hope to draw strength, help others
The UISG will launch May 9 two new initiatives focused on the needs of elderly sisters worldwide.
First-person accounts illustrate CARA report on what inspires vocations
A new report on vocations to men’s and women’s religious orders from the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate is filled with facts that can help everyone from pastors to formation directors foster more vocations.
Cardinal Czerny outlines role of ‘Fratelli Tutti’ in consecrated life
Cardinal Michael Czerny outlined the role of Pope Francis’ encyclical “Fratelli Tutti” in an online address to the Conference of Major Superiors of Men.
Called to religious life: A sister’s vocation story
“Decisions that I had once measured by the question, ‘What do I want?’ I now began to assess in prayer: ‘Lord, what do you want?'”
LCWR leader reflects on racism, religious life today, future of vocations
President of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, (LCWR) reflected on racism, religious life and the vulnerability that accompanies the hard looks each requires.