Saint Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) is an incredibly complex figure, an immensely influential and vastly charitable saint of great faith on the one hand, and a stubborn, headstrong, and deeply, fatally flawed human on the […]
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Becoming God’s Spoken Word: Elizabeth and the Communion of Saints
By B. Kevin Brown Today marks the Feast of Saint Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist and relative of Mary of Nazareth. It is the feast of a familiar figure in the tradition. Yet, since […]
Healing the Wounds with Tea: Why Francis Should Visit Sr. Elizabeth Johnson
Healing the Wounds with Tea: Why Francis Should Visit Sr. Elizabeth Johnson #WSFD In a recent article in America, Sr. Mary Ann Walsh, RSM, the former spokeswoman for the US Bishops, proposed a new course […]
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