Sister Anne was the guest host for the Chicago program “Winds of Change,” broadcast from St Stan’s parish. The subject for this broadcast was “Food and Faith,” and Jeff Young, of the Catholic Foodie Podcast, was the guest. Three songs from the Daughters of St. Paul choir were also included in the show. (The “station breaks” every 15 minutes are pretty long…)
What does a Daughter of St Paul choir member do when she’s not singing? Sr Anne gives an inside look.
Sr Julia goes through the list…of her current favorite books for spiritual reading. Are your favorites in her stack?
Sr Julia Darrenkamp is living her vocation as a Daughter of St. Paul. Discerning? There may be a place for you in the Pauline Family, ten Institutes of evangelization and Eucharistic spirituality in the Catholic Church. www.pauline.org
Sr Anne sings “O Holy Night” for an appreciative audience at Blessed Sacrament Parish in Alexandria VA as part of the Daughters of St. Paul “Peace on Earth” Christmas Concert tour.
For nearly six months since a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, Catholic Relief Services has worked to help the Haitian people recover and rebuild under harsh and complex conditions. Through your support and prayers, you are making a real difference.
Thousands of Pakistanis stuck on one side of a river, with clinics or food on the other, risk crossing turbulent waters in a rickety trolley to save hours trekking through landslide zones for hours.