Catholic Sisters Week is March 8-14th, 2021. An annual event sponsored by the Communicators for Women Religious since 2019, it is a week that “shines a light on the spirituality, mission, and community building of women religious.” This year, many of the congregations involved used the attention to focus on food insecurity. Here’s a roundup of some links related to this year’s events:

  • Florida Claretian missionaries on community life
  • The Congregation of St. Joseph suggests three ways to support the their mission
  • Global Sisters Report writes on the key theme of food insecurity and various responses to it
  • A diocese of Scranton post on how the African Sisters Education Collaborative (ASEC) is a model of the collaborative spirit of Catholic sisters
  • A lovely tribute from a variety of people celebrating the Society of the Sacred Heart (RSCJs)
  • A vocation story from Sr. Deborah Borneman, SSCM