Walking on an early summer morning, Sister Sheila is greeted by the sun. The darkness of fall and winter beckons her as much, as she prays her rosary and gives thanks for God’s gifts.
By Sister Sheila McGrath, OSB
Peaceful … quiet … dark. What am I describing? My morning walk!
God’s gifts are so evident as I take my morning walk at the beginning of each new day. Continue Reading
By Sister Margaret Murphy, OSB
Age old saying
Do what you are doing Continue Reading
Ask a Catholic Benedictine Sister for her wisdom, and she’s likely to tell you a story. Why? Because wisdom comes through listening and being. This is the 7th story in our Wisdom Series.
By Sister Catherine Cleary, OSB
(Centering Prayer) is a way of tuning in to a fuller level of realty that is always present and in which we are invited to participate. The fundamental disposition in Centering Prayer is opening to God. – Thomas Keating
One of the wisest decisions I ever made was to commit myself to daily Centering Prayer. Continue Reading
By Sister Marlene Miller, OSB
Stillness of mind and body
Imagine your favorite place to be
Letting go of your stressors
Eyes shut (if possible)
Natural deep breathing
Enjoy the quiet moment.
By Sister Stefanie MacDonald, OSB
I’ve been at a conference on religious life this week with Sisters from 57 different communities.
While informative, it’s also been a little jarring for this Benedictine.
Why? 2 reasons. Continue Reading