October 28, 2013
The unique perspective of women preachers
Vacant convents offer a new opportunity for service
“When a Hispanic woman wants to be up front, people don’t know how to deal with it.”
Bibi is illiterate, and she expected Nisa, her 9-year-old daughter to always be illiterate, too. In the Herat province of Afghanistan where they live, there is little reason to learn to read and write. There is always other work to be done.But when an education team from Catholic Relief Services cam
Kathleen Sprows Cummings on building ‘a profound theology of womanhood’ for the 21st century
Without these highly talented, accomplished women, the whole church is impoverished.
Breyan Tornifolio approached the Mass with a full yet heavy heart. It was her last time worshiping at Ryan Hall, where she served as a minister for students at the University of Notre Dame since the building’s opening in 2009. At the end of Mass, after Tornifolio blessed the graduating seniors