"May We Humbly and Heartfully Hear"

Reflection by Maurice Lange

During the upcoming Season of Creation we are called to “listen to the voice of Creation.” How does true listening challenge our Western mindset?

"Profound Need of the Human Soul"

Reflection by Maurice Lange, Photo Credits: Phil Coleman

There is a “profound need of the human soul” to have a color-filled, radiant, diverse, lovely and verdant planet. 

A Cure for Short-Sightedness

Reflection by Maurice Lange, Photo Credits: NASA, ESA, CSA and STScl

Let our constrained vision be expanded by both Indigenous wisdom and the latest deep-time photographs from space. 

Thoughts on "Life" by Maurice Lange

Let’s not reduce the term “life” into soundbites but expand our sense of life into a holistic, interdependent and lived-out worldview.

LCWR "Imagining Justice" Gathering

“Imaging Justice” is a LCWR workshop attended by members and justice promoters. Our Director of Peace and Justice, Maurice Lange, recently attended this workshop and wrote an article on his experience. 

Creating an Ecological Economy
by Maurice Lange

“We work for the transformation of unjust systems, the integrity of creation and the flourishing of humanity and Earth.” (Our Way of Life C9)

The Gift of Conversation in Justice Ministry

During this time of physical distancing, isn’t it especially good to have a meaningful conversation with someone? Maurice Lange, the newly-hired Director of the Justice and Peace Office, facilitated eleven very meaningful conversations with small groups of Presentation Sisters and Friends of Nano (FON). 

Justice in Action

Minerva Briones, on behalf of the United Methodist Women National Office, presented Sister Sharon Altendorf with a Special Mission Recognition pin and certificate. It was given in recognition of her “gift for ministries with women, children and youth.” 

16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign begins on November 25, 2018, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and concludes on December 10, 2018, Human Rights Day.

The 16-Day Campaign opposing violence against women is an important opportunity to raise awareness and call for changes at an international, national and local level to make women and children safe from abuse.

Anti- Human Trafficking

As Presentation Sisters we keep the Catholic Social Teaching at the heart of our mission. All people are made in the image and likeness of God and deserve unconditional love and respect. We advocate for protection of all people, and pray for all those impacted by human trafficking, as well as for the end of human trafficking. The U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking (USCSAHT) put together a Newsletter promoting Awareness, Advocacy and Action, click HERE to read more.