A Sister’s faith: Jesus
Three Sisters reflect on keeping the faith. The second focuses on her relationship with Jesus.
A Sister’s faith: Listening
Three Sisters reflect on keeping the faith. The first does so by listening to God in her calling and prayers.
The way this cradle Catholic looks at the world, she sees community all around her.
Guest blog by Joan Krebs
My first response to the question of how I keep the faith as a woman in the church and the one to which I keep returning is a paraphrase of Elizabeth Barrett Browning: "Let me count the ways." On further reflection I find it boils down to a very few.
Entering the big tent
A new member finds a lot of space for her to find her place in the church.
One foot on the margins
One woman keeps the faith by keeping in touch with the poor.
Gender doesn’t matter
Women have many roles in life, writes one reader, including the role of disciple.
Sustained by grace
In a pick-your-spiritual-path culture, one young woman doesn’t have a choice about faith because it chose her.
Men versus women
When I set out to find women to comment on how they keep the faith as a woman in the church, I wondered how our male readers would take it.
Trinity of hope
The people, world, and Word of God are three things that helps author Megan McKenna keep faith in the Holy Trinity.
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