Some people might consider concern and care for Mother Earth something new and trendy. Far from it! As far back as 1877, Gerard Manley Hopkins was deeply touched by the violence done to all creation by people. This is clear in his most famous work, GOD’S GRANDEUR.
In His great mercy, He has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. – Peter 1:3 As we enter these final, holy days of Lent, the Sisters of Notre Dame wish you and your family a blessed Easter season and a joyous spring. We join the […]
On Gaudete Sunday the world awoke to good news which people may call a miracle. Approximately two hundred individual nations listened to one another. They mirrored ever so surely or tenuously (only time will tell) Pope Francis’ call to listen to one another. The Paris Summit on Climate Change “recognized that we are compelled to heed” […]
The Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland in collaboration with John Carroll University, Notre Dame College, Ursuline College, COAR(Community Oscar Arnulfo Romero), and the Interreligious Task Force on Central America (IRTF) ask us to join with them on December 2, 2015 to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the martyrdom of the four churchwomen–Maura Clarke, MM; Ita Ford, […]
“As Christians we wish to contribute to resolving the ecological crisis which humanity is presently experiencing. In doing so, we must first rediscover in our own rich spiritual patrimony the deepest motivations for our concern for the care of creation.” Pope Francis Pope Francis is inviting all Catholics to participate in an annual World Day […]