by Sister Gretchen Hailer, RSHM. Los Angeles, CA. When I looked over Jennifer Thoene’s yearbook page for the Marymount High School, Los Angeles grads of 1986, I was really impressed! She was a member of the Science Association, and Model United Nations; editor of Blueprint, the school newspaper; yearbook manager; winner of the Christian Service
by Sister Margaret McKenna, RSHM. LOS ANGELES, CA. In a year that celebrates the call of Vatican II, the Western American Province Extended Family organized a day of reflection and sharing around its legacy. The historical impact of Vatican II was the topic introduced and reflected upon by a theologian from Loyola Marymount University, Dr.
by Sister Margaret McKenna, RSHM LOS ANGELES, CA. Lately, my friends and family have been send- ing me jokes that humorously reflect the “joys” of aging. What is amazing about aging jokes is that they make a connection to our life’s journey and often surprise us by the rich memories that have paved our path
by Sister Margaret McKenna, RSHM LOS ANGELES, CA. There are all kinds of picture frames from plastic, to wood, to metal; some are plain, others are ornate. Yet, all have one thing in common: frames are the “Memory Keepers” where the “Treasures of Our Lives” are stored. It is in a frame that we see