A Reflection on Living with Hope

    Hope was my word of the year for 2022. I chose it after hearing a homily from my hometown priest where he said, “Until you truly hope for something, God will remain impersonal to you.” It struck me that I never really hoped for anything with my whole heart, and that I truly did not […]MORE
    While organizing my Women of the Church files this spring, I realized that we celebrated a very important milestone in May—the 10th anniversary of our very first planning meeting for Women of the Church! Sr. Jeana Visel, OSB, Agnes Kovacs, Sr. Traci Stutz, OSB, and I met on May 9, 2014, for that initial meeting. […]MORE
    Just before the pandemic, I attended the 2019 Women of the Church national conference at Saint Mary’s College in Indiana with a friend. Though hopeful, we weren’t sure what to expect. Both of our experiences with Catholic women’s programming had been hit or miss in the past. I’m happy to report that the conference knocked […]MORE

    November is Black Catholic History Month

    The National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus of the United States established November as BlackCatholic History Month in 1990. This month is a time to celebrate and remember the lives,contributions, and history of Black Catholics. Here are some resources to help you learn moreabout the history of Black Catholics: Books to Read Subversive Habits: Black Catholic […]MORE