Discerning wisdom in words
Are you carrying and comprehending security, delight and love through the doors to religious life?
Sister Rita Mae: painting as prayer
Sister Rita Mae Fischer finds sanctuary, centering, connection and courage in the heartache of death through painting.
Sister Lucy Ann: expression of my time with Jesus
Poetry as prayer: Sister Lucy Ann is "experiencing deep and profound insights about who I am and how to live more fully into the mysteries of life."
Sister Kathy: The cup and the tube
"Good Morning Jesus" -- my soul's connection with the presence of God.
Sister Antona's Six Word Mission Story
In her own six words, Sister Antona tells of thrilling times, vast commitment and a giving God.
Sister Luanne's Six Word Mission Story
In six words Sister Luanne describes religious life as perpetual, full of abundant opportunities and precious gifts.
Sister Betty's Six Word Story
In six words Sister Betty shares her invitation to adoration, community, and perpetual emergence of artistry.
Sister Romana's Six Word Story
Family, adoration, summoning, divinity, Catholicism: all aligned for Sister Romana in her Six Word Story.
Resolutions and reflection in discernment
Trust—on the days you feel like you aren't measuring up to your discernment resolutions—in the power of prayer.
Sister Margaret's Six Word Story
In Sister Margaret's discernment story--in six words all her own--she recalls how loved ones adored, adoration beckoned and FSPA replied.