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How much do you know about the holy women in history?  Much of the history of memorable women has been written by men.  Would the record read differently if other women were the authors?  These sessions will help us explore some of the women from the world community, past and...
How much do you know about the holy women in history?  Much of the history of memorable women has been written by men.  Would the record read differently if other women were the authors?  We will explore some of the women from the world community, past and present, who will...
Should women read the scriptures any differently than men?  Would the focus on the biblical texts differ?   How much do you know about the women who appear in the Bible? Would you like to learn more?  This online learning experience  is an opportunity to enrich your understanding of the biblical...
A Time for Mercy continues our reflection that began in the Year of Mercy called by Pope Francis in 2016.  We explore what is mercy, how do we recognize it, and what impact does mercy have in our lives and our world.  How can we be merciful? Would you like...
Fifty-Five Spiritual Directors assembled on Monday, November 13th to participate in the Annual DCSM Colloquium for Spiritual Directors.  Elizabeth (Beth) Liebert, SNJM was the speaker and her topic: “Finding Hope Again in the Spiritual Direction Relationship”.  Dr. Liebert is currently formation director for the Sisters of Holy Names of Jesus and...
Four two-hour gatherings to explore spirituality and our Christian faith as articulated by Elizabeth A. Johnson in her book: Abounding in Kindness, Writings for the People of God. Reading Johnson’s book and sharing deeply with others would be a holy and wonderful preparation for Advent and Christmas. Deepening our understanding...
Do women read the scriptures any differently than men? How much do you know about the women who appear in the Bible? Would you like to learn more? Here is an opportunity to enrich your understanding of the biblical texts!...