The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)* condemns racism in all its harmful forms whether the violent acts of the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, and White Supremacist groups or the daily acts of hate and discrimination that diminish us all. We grieve with the citizens of Charlottesville and all people of goodwill. We mourn with all who have lost loved ones, with all who live in fear, with all whose dignity is threatened by hate and violence. We lament the racism that continues to afflict our communities and threaten the values that we hold dear.
“Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God.” (John 4:7). God’s love flows through the compassionate heart of Jesus into the world and is there for us to receive every day, not for doing wonderful deeds but for being, for waking up and living. What a gift!
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Aug 18, 2017
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Pray for our beloved Religious of the Sacred Heart
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Those who desire only the good pleasure of God abide in peace even in the midst of failure, for God has not told us that He requires success of us.
By Jennifer Brinker, St. Louis Review For more than three decades, Sister Connie Dryden was a teacher in Kenya and Uganda. In many ways, it was a different way of life from her American upbringing. Besides living simply, she was working with a younger community. More than half of the population was under 15 years old, she said - a society affected by lack of resources, disease and the casualties of war.