Ordinary Sisters, The Story of the Sisters of St. Agnes
by Sister Margaret Lorimer, CSA
Various readers had written their reflections on Ordinary Sisters.
Ordinary Sisters is the story of one congregation of women religious and of the women who made such communities possible. These women staffed the parochial schools in America, founded and administered hospitals and colleges, and worked with the marginalized and the poor in their own country and in foreign lands. No task was too difficult or menial if it furthered the work of God.
The Silent Schism
by Brother Louis De Thomasis and Sister Cynthia Nienhaus, CSA
Using the grammar of simplicity found in The Message: Catholic/Ecumenical Edition, Brother Louis De Thomasis and Sister Cynthia Nienhaus, CSA, demonstrate that Jesus was always less worried about doctrine, dogmas, and dictums and more interested in the radical law of love. In the Silent Schism, they call on both traditionalists and progressives in the church to recapture the mission of Jesus to bring about the reign of God “on earth, as it is in heaven.
Now available in print ~
Conversations with the Elders: Personal Stories of Soviet Labor Camp Survivors by Sisters Alice Ann Pfeifer, CSA, and Mary Elise Leiker, CSA
These are stories as told to the authors by the people who lived them. Proceeds from sales will be shared by the Sisters of St. Agnes and the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia.
Sister Alice Ann can give a talk to any local (Fond du Lac) group who want to hear the 25-minute talk she recently gave in Kansas about some of the people in this book.
To place your order, go to American Historical Society of Germans From Russia International.
New Heaven, A New Earth, The Bible and Catholicity is a book in paperback written by Dianne Bergant, CSA, a Carroll Stuhlmueller, C.P., Distinguished Professor Emerita of Old Testament Studies from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, Illinois.
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