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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Windows and Doors

By Sister Cathy Minhoto, RSHM Los Angeles, California When questioned about convening an ecumenical council, John XXlll stated that he wanted to throw open the windows of the church so that we can see out and the people can see in, while “letting the fresh air of the Spirit blow through.”   In another view

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Remembering a Remarkable Woman…

by Sister Angela Milioto, RSHM Angeline Katherine Russo was born on June 1, 1917 to a very large and very loving Italian family. As the second oldest of seven siblings, and oldest of five girls, Angie grew up quickly at age 10 when her father died, becoming responsible, independent, and capable. She was a natural

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