Katie Humphrey

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Poems, Prayers and Reflections. Lent 2018.

A selection of poems, prayers and reflections from some of our members. Love and ashes Julia Walsh. Originally posted on her Blog, https://messyjesusbusiness.com/2018/02/14/love-and-ashes/  our bodies make lines and our hearts beat repent, repent make us more honest in forty days conversion time prepare us, Mystery, for an eternity with you, true Love create in us

2018-02-24T10:52:31+00:00

Teachers are not soldiers. Arming them is counter to the message of the Gospels.

Article from CWS member Kaya Oakes, originally published on America.org. 23rd February 2018 My classroom has no windows. This means if a shooter invades, we have nowhere to go. It is in the chemistry building at the University of California at Berkeley, a relic of the Brutalist era when architects believed buildings that look

2018-02-24T10:28:48+00:00

Love Among The Ashes

Love Among Ashes: a “Valentash” Day Litany Blog from CWS member Rhonda Miska “But don’t you want to get married and have a real family?” This was the honest question posed by my ten-year-old honorary niece shortly before I entered the canonical novitiate.  My middle school girls from ministry ask me similar questions: “But don’t

2018-02-15T05:43:26+00:00

Cardinal barrs 8th President of Ireland and African LGBT advocates from International Women’s Day event at The Vatican.

Cardinal Kevin Farrell has stunned organisers of an annual International Women’s Day (IWD) event to be held at The Vatican in March by barring the former President of Ireland, Mary McAleese and Catholic LGBT advocate as keynote speakers. News article from The Irish Times 2nd February 2018 The Vatican has barred former President of Ireland Mary McAleese from

2018-02-02T12:09:41+00:00

Why Women Matter – International Women’s Day at The Vatican 2018

We live in times marked by change, but there are places where gender equality is being systematically overlooked. The Catholic Church is one of them. Today, women are asking why the Church is so slow in recognizing their value and opening governance and ministerial roles to them; roles that incorporate their faith, gifts, expertise

2018-01-20T08:20:06+00:00

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