Monthly Archives: October 2012

10.31.2012 Sister News Midweek

(essay) Showing support for LCWR during these trying times by Richard McBrien in the National Catholic Reporter

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10.29.2012 Sister News Monday

(article) Convent tends to aging nuns by Anita Creamer in the Sacramento Bee

(article) ‘Nuns on the Bus’ stop in Reston by Marilyn Silvey in the Reston Patch

(blog) Heaven-Stormers Unafraid of Storm Sandy! by Elizabeth Scalia on The Anchoress at Patheos

(blog) You’ve got to hear this by Greg Kandra on The Deacon’s Bench at Patheos

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10.27.2012 Sister News Weekend

(article) Brave Thinkers 2012: American Nuns by Nicole Allan in The Atlantic

(article) “Nuns on the Bus” social justice tour to return to Iowa on Nov. 1 by William Petroski in the Des Moines Register

(article) The Return to Rome, Five Years Later by Jim Graves in The Catholic World Report

(article) Employee admits to ripping off nuns by Bob Egelko in the San Francisco Chronicle

(interview) Radical Habits: Sister Florence Deacon, the Rebel Nun by Ada Calhoun in the New York Times Magazine

(column) Culture’s depiction of nuns needs to change by Rachel Martens in the Appleton Post Crescent

(blog) US sister to synod bishops: Catholics, society are ‘hurting’ by Joshua J. McElwee on NCR Today at National Catholic Reporter

(blog) The Nuns Not on the Bus by Mark Oppenheimer on Religion & Politics

(blog) Mark Oppenheimer’s False Dichotomies by Anna Williams on First Things

Thank you to all who sent in suggestions for today’s posting. If you find something of interest, please send it – with links – to Sister News at contactsisternews@gmail.com.  Some additional information and links that do not make it onto this website are posted on the Sister News Facebook page, and you can also follow Sister News on Twitter.

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