In this episode, Sisters Erin and Colleen interview Sister Nathalie Becquart, a Xavières Missionary Sister originally from France, who currently serves as the undersecretary of the Synod of Bishops in Rome. Sister Nathalie is playing a pivotal role in the current Synod on Synodality, and is the first woman to ever hold her position. They discuss women and youth in the church, sailing, and what it’s like when you get a call from the Pope! Listen today!
In this episode, Sisters Erin and Colleen interview Father Michael Rossmann, SJ, a Jesuit priest, digital minister, and the author of the book The Freedom of Missing Out: Letting Go of Fear and Saying Yes to Life. They discuss the importance of providing opportunities for dialogue, mushroom hunting, and if Jesus would have a Twitter account. Listen today!
In this episode, Sisters Erin and Colleen invite Sister Sarah Simmons of the Congregation of St. Joseph and Sister Thuy Tran of the Sister of St. Joseph of Orange to have a conversation about saints. The sisters discuss the people who are saints in their lives, their favorite canonized Saints, and everyday holiness.
In this episode, Sisters Erin and Colleen interview Beth Knobbe, author of Finding My Voice: A Young Woman’s Perspective and Party of One: Living Single with Faith, Purpose, and Passion. They discuss vocation, especially Beth’s passion about her vocation to the single life, the many kinds of important relationships we have in our lives, and considering your own path. Listen today!
In this episode, Sisters Erin and Colleen interview Sister Tracey Horan, a Sister of Providence of Saint Mary of the Woods who currently serves as the Associate Director of Education and Advocacy for the Kino Border Initiative. They discuss the issue of immigration in our world today, including the many individuals and families that Sister Tracey has met at the border, and talk about ways to overcome the paralysis of feeling overwhelmed about what we can each do about issues of justice. Listen today!
In this episode, Sisters Colleen and Erin have a conversation about Lent with Sister Marcella Clancy, CSJ. The sisters discuss their Lenten practices, share stories of how Lent can be transformative, and discuss social sin. Listen today!
In our first episode of season 2, Sisters Erin and Colleen interview Maka Black Elk, Executive Director for Truth and Healing at Red Cloud Indian School, a former Indian boarding school, about the difficult history of these boarding schools, the work he is doing in truth and healing, and his Catholic Faith. Erin and Colleen also talk about social media, Tik Tok, and building community online. Listen today!
In the last full episode of our first season, we interview author and Ignatian-trained spiritual director, Becky Eldredge. Becky talks with us about finding ways to pray, shares her experiences with spiritual direction, and offers a look at her long history with the Sisters of St. Joseph.
This week we speak with Anna Johnson and Tere Flores Onofre, both from the Laudato Si’ Movement, about what the movement is, and what it means to care for all creation. We also talk about the recent film, The Letter, and ways we all can reconnect with the Earth. Sister Thuy Tran from the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange joins us to unpack the episode.