By Sister Catherine Cleary, OSB
John 11 tells the story of Lazarus. It offers a deeper look into the ministry, heart and prayer of Jesus.
Lazarus’ sisters, Mary and Martha, first send word that Jesus’s friend, Lazarus, is ill. This, Jesus ignores, telling his disciples, “This sickness is not unto death, but for the glory of God, that the Son of God may be glorified through it.”
He waits until Lazarus dies to go. Continue Reading
A retreatant reads on the Benet House hermitage patio at St. Mary Monastery, Rock Island, Illinois.
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 6th story in our Wisdom Series.
Making decisions about major life changes can be tough. What’s best? How can we recognize the wisest path?
“Well, if you are asking the question you are a seeker, so you already have some wisdom,” Sister Catherine Cleary, OSB muses. Continue Reading