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March 30, 2021

GNSHappenings-March 2021

GNSHAssociates: Submitted by Mark Bialkowski and Sr. Barbara Schiavoni On March 6, Bishop Michael Fisher joined the candidates in diaconate…


February 22, 2021

A Different Fasting for Lent 

Written by: Sister Eileen White, GNSH Presidents’ Day and Ash Wednesday fell in the same week this year. I can’t…


October 27, 2020

Faithful Women, Birthing Justice

It was you who created my inmost self, and put me together in my mother’s womb; for all these mysteries…


August 29, 2020

Informed Voting Matters- Third Focus

In February, we provided you with a talk Bishop McElroy of San Diego, delivered at the University of San Diego…


July 7, 2020

Nonpartisan Voting Guide For November

Voting is a privilege, but informed voting is a moral imperative and given the many critical issues facing us today…


March 27, 2020

Sister Thea Bowman

Recent conversations about our commitment, as Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, to “offer faithful witness as women in the…


February 1, 2019

Sisters Watch TED-talk on Non-violence

Three lessons of revolutionary love may sound a bit over the top for a group of nuns, but in a…


September 8, 2017

Faith can be ever evolving

What to write about in early September. Labor Day. Hurricanes and floods. Climate change and the Paris Accord — or not?…


March 25, 2015

Prayer for the Transformation of Hearts

Many will remember when the Church prayed for the conversion of Russia. Today some are asking if we ought to…


December 2, 2014

Dawn’s Place- a coalition of faithful witness

During a recent discussion, our Peacemaking and Nonviolence Committee wondered, “Do people know that Dawn’s Place, (where Sister Eileen White works…