Social justice causes, uniting sisters of all races, are documented at Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America, a traveling American history exhibit, depicting the sisters' contributions to shaping America's social and cultural landscape. Dolores Bundy (pictured) listens intently at a 1970's religious vocation conference, showing support for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s nonviolent movement for change. (Photo courtesy of the Oblate Sisters of Providence.)
Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe, a member of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, displays strings of paper beads made by students at her school located outside Gulu in northern Uganda. For her efforts in educating outcast youths and those affected by war, she was named a 2007 CNN Hero by the cable broadcaster.
Somehow people always want to blame God for the bad things that happen in life, you know that old arguement "If God is so great and loving why did my house get broke into and we became poor?" to which i reply "Its not Gods fault your dad is a drug dealer and he sold someone a bad batch who them followed him home and ransacked his house."
Absolutely true. Going to Mass on Sundays is actually the bare minimum. We should also receive Communion and Penance regularly, and develop an active prayer life. Because of how much it lays out the spiritual logic of Salvation in Christ through the Church, I can't recommend the daily Rosary enough. If surrendering your life to God seems daunting, then doing these things allows Him to take over itty bit by itty bit.
From our special VOCATIONS section -- College aims to promote missionary work with new institute Program teaches students skills to evangelize in a variety of fields, including health care, engineering By Maryann Gogniat Eidemiller - OSV Newsweekly, 4/1/2012