Our Spiritual Sisters: Their Stories and Ours
Women from sacred scripture can help us with our own relationships today. St. Mary Magdalene was a wounded healer, a true friend to Jesus, Mary, the Virgin Mother, and St. Elizabeth had a unique bond as pregnant cousins. Martha and Mary, the sisters of Lazarus, enjoyed a special connection, Ruth and Naomi were in-laws, brought together by marriage yet bonded by love.
Hildegard of Bingen and Julian of Norwich: Their Messages for Today
Why did the reputations and teachings of these ancient Catholic mystics survive through time? How can their wisdom help us today? In the Middle Ages, God spoke through them. Their words still have deep meaning. Come, let us celebrate their lives and ours, sharing their writing, poetry, music, and prayers.
Holy and Whole Women: Calling us to Truth!
The Syrophenecian woman, the deaconess Phoebe, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Theresa of Avila and others have paved the way toward truth telling! These women found their voices and provide examples of how important it is for women to speak up and speak out in our world today.