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Lillian Moskeland CoL

Lillian, a Loretto Co-member, is an editor of “Interchange,” the Loretto Community’s internal newsletter.
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Loretto Goes to Washington

By Lillian Moskeland CoL / September 1, 2022 /
A poster of a bright colored sunset, with blue silhouette of protesters with a large green shape displaying the name Loretto Community in white letters above the title on the bottom the reading: Loretto Community Link Joins the Poor People's Campaign for Justice & Peace

How could we have done it without Carolyn Jaramillo? She and so many helpers worked for months to get our Loretto travelers to Washington, D.C. with confidence, excitement and eagerness…

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Black History Month: Memories and Action

By Lillian Moskeland CoL / March 1, 2019 /
A Black History Month graphic poster of four different colored hands touching finger tips in the center with a multi-colored background.

Black History Month was celebrated in the United States throughout the month of February. It is a month for discussions, acknowledging the work of today, events and remembrance of those…

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Loretto Turns Out for Women’s Rights: A Time for Reflections

By Lillian Moskeland CoL / March 1, 2017 /
Three women smiling together in cold weather clothing walking in a crowd down a street for the womens march.

Arizona & Dayton & Denver & Louisville & St. Louis & San Francisco & Washington, D.C. Families, husbands, co-members and vowed members of Loretto gathered around the nation to stand…

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Relationship of Trust: Loretto-Ghana Sister Community Committee

By Lillian Moskeland CoL / December 1, 2016 /
A diverse group of religious women, from Ghana and the US standing and smiling together for a photo at a committee meeting.

At the close of this past summer, the Loretto-Ghana Sister Community Committee — Marie Ego, Pauline Albin, Elise André, Betsy Clute and Lillian Moskeland — and the Daughters of the…

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Mandalas: A Creative Way to Meditate

By Lillian Moskeland CoL / June 1, 2016 /
A woman with short brown hair and round wire-framed glasses smiling for a picture while drawing a mandala indoors.

Sharon Kassing doesn’t set out to draw a specific mandala. Instead the mandala (pronounced mən-də-lə) draws itself, coming to her line by line. Beginning about 18 months ago, Sharon wanted…

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