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May 10, 2022: Religious Life News

2022-05-09T19:08:19+00:00May 10, 2022|Categories: In the News|

May 10, 2022 It is assembly season for the conferences of religious, with many of the English-speaking conferences having already announced the date of their annual assemblies. In the United States, the Leadership Conference of Women Religious' assembly will be August 9-12 in St. Louis, MO, on the theme of [...]

Motu Proprio “Competentias quasdam decernere”

2022-03-01T18:34:54+00:00Mar 1, 2022|Categories: In the News, Latest|

On February 15th, 2022, Pope Francis issued the motu proprio "Competentias quasdam decernere" (full text here), which contained a number of important changes to canon law. Nearly all of these changes have a decentralizing focus, often by transferring rights or responsibilities previously held by the Holy See to bishops or major superiors. [...]

Review of Millennial Nuns: Reflections on Living a Spiritual Life in a World of Social Media

2022-02-23T15:30:15+00:00Feb 23, 2022|Categories: Art & Essays|Tags: |

By the Daughters of St. Paul. New York, NY: Tiller Press, 2021. Pp. 240; $19.99. Juliet Mousseau, RSCJ, is the Vice President of Academic Affairs at the Franciscan School of Theology. She completed her doctorate in historical theology at Saint Louis University in 2006. After teaching at Saint [...]

World Day for Consecrated Life 2022

2022-02-18T14:49:12+00:00Feb 18, 2022|Categories: In the News|

On February 2, Pope Francis celebrated the the 26th World Day for Consecrated Life on the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. Preaching on the Gospel passage of the day (Lk 2:22-40), Pope Francis asked religious to consider three questions: What moves us? What do our eyes see? Who [...]

January 14, 2022: Religious Life News

2022-01-14T20:09:08+00:00Jan 14, 2022|Categories: In the News|

January 14, 2022 Sr. Catherine, an English Benedictine nun who goes by the online handle "DigitalNun," recently shared that she was close to death. Reflecting on the diagnosis and how to handle her final days, she writes: [A monk and a fellow nun] confirmed my opinion that Catholicism can be [...]

Advent 2021 – Biblical Bookshelf, Part 2

2021-12-03T16:26:11+00:00Dec 3, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|

Review for Religious is pleased to offer a new essay format: group book reviews on a single topic. We select topics which may be of interest to religious but are not specifically about religious life. For our inaugural bookshelf, biblical scholar Sr. Joan Cook, SC reviews a broad sampling [...]

Advent 2021 – Biblical Bookshelf, Part 1

2021-12-03T16:26:59+00:00Dec 1, 2021|Categories: Art & Essays|

Review for Religious is pleased to offer a new essay format: group book reviews on a single topic. We select topics which may be of interest to religious but are not specifically about religious life. For our inaugural bookshelf, biblical scholar Sr. Joan Cook, SC reviews a broad sampling [...]

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