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.
Prayed in place of the Angelus (morning, noon and night) during the Easter Season, and often sung in Latin for added festivity.
This version was recorded in my office, with awful acoustics and no sound board, so please ignore the sound quality! It is being posted for “instructional purposes only”!
The voice of “Radio Paulinas” (the Daughters of St. Paul Spanish radio programs) is Colombian Sister Maria Ruth Reyes, by her own definition, “the happiest woman in the world.”
An inside look at the heart of a woman consecrated in chastity, poverty and obedience as a Catholic sister, this video can be helpful to other women who are discerning a vocation to religious life.
Daughters of St. Paul
Sr. Maria Ruth, the voice of “Radio Paulinas” (heard on 100+ stations around the world), speaks with her typical enthusiasm about her own religious vocation. (English version coming soon! I’m figuring out a new program…)
For Latina women discerning a vocation to religious life, and for listeners of Radio Paulinas.
An old song for the month of May says, ” ’tis the month of our mother…” So Sr. Julia offers recommendations on books about the Mother of Jesus, the Mother of the Church, Mary. Ideal spiritual reading for the month of May!