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Being the presence of love

This past week at the LCWR was awe and wonder filled as close to 700 elected leaders of women’s congregations explored what it means to be the presence of love in our weary world. 199 more words


Ursulines leave Old Quebec monastery after four centuries

Sister Helen Hayes grapples to explain in a modern context her decision to join a convent when she was just 20 years old.

“Like any sister you ask, I think it was the desire to be with Christ above all,” she told Global News. 395 more words


The Future of the Energy Sector

“We’re living in a truly contentious time right now, but I do believe we have the capacity to find common ground if we have the right information.”

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Faithfully Green: Harnessing Green Energy for Nonprofit Communities

In his encyclical, Laudato Si’, On the Care of Our Common Home, Pope Francis expresses, “We are faced not with two separate crises, one environmental and the other social, but rather with one complex crisis which is both social and environmental. 890 more words

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors - The Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati

At a time when most of their peers are focused on climbing a career ladder or advancing their education, five young women and men from around the world have chosen to live in Cincinnati in a lifestyle challenged by poverty as they devote a year of their lives in service for others. 1,399 more words

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