Steering Wheel Window

By Sister Eileen Tuohy, RSHM Some time ago when the steering wheel of a car was no longer an option for me, the windows of local bus travel were opened up to me.  It was a little scary at first, but it’s amazing how many new windows I never thought of were opened up to

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“By Heart”

by: Sister Pauline MacDonald, RSHM Los Angeles, California The theme for this article took me right back to the days when I worked in parish ministry in the Los Angeles Archdiocese.  I had the pleasure and challenge of “Training the Lectors” for their liturgical ministry.  The lectors in training were as diverse as the parishes

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Breakthrough………

By Sister Marilyn Ficht, RSHM Los Angeles, California The fast food industry has been accused of breaking down our sense of community when it comes to sharing a meal.  We buy our meal in isolation, and we eat it in isolation most times. This article is an example of  breakthrough in the fast food world;

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Laughter: God Waking UP

On January 22, a Saturday, 1966, Sisters Michele Best, Frances Lane and Renée Rushton flew into Guacamayas, Caquetá, Colombia, to begin the first mission on the RSHM there.  Guacamayas is a very small village in the Amazon Region in the Andes Mountains, 900 feet above sea level and one and a half degrees from the

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