A time when the gathered Loretto Community joins together to address issues of concern for the Loretto Congregation and the Community in our mission of serving God’s people.
By Lisa Reynolds and Sally Maresh Angie Thurston and Casper ter Kuile, the two Harvard Ministry Innovation Fellows who were part of the Emerging Forms presentation at our 2017 Assembly, spoke in Denver April 17, on “Responding to the Needs Of Millennials: ‘How We Gather.’ The Harvard Women’s Studies in Religion hosted their talk. The…Read More
By Carole Eschen and Lillian Moskeland The 2018 Assembly had an international flavor this year with sisters from two countries outside the United States in full attendance and our sisters from Pakistan. The Ghana Committee was blessed to have Anna Amo, president of the FST Sisters, and Cecilia Ankomah participate during the entire week of…Read More
By Cathy Smith Where has the time gone? Can you believe it was just a few short months ago the Assembly Planning and Trust committees asked us to “breathe in what is best in Loretto”? We were to let go of fear, judgment, cynicism and anything that would prevent us from bringing our best selves…Read More
Saturday, July 7, at the Opening of the Loretto Assembly in Shepherdsville, Ky. Sunday, July 8, at Loretto Motherhouse Monday, July 9, at the Loretto Assembly in Shepherdsville, Ky. Tuesday, July 10, at the Loretto Assembly in Shepherdsville, Ky. Wednesday, July 11, at the Loretto Assembly in Shepherdsville, Ky. Thursday, July 12, at the Loretto…Read More
By LWN Coordinators Jean East, Anna Koop, Mary Nelson and Karen Wehrman Mary Rhodes was a pioneer who represents the spirit of Loretto, shaping new pathways and extending “the boundaries of learning and justice, of human dignity and peace … and efforts on behalf of the poor” (I Am the Way). The Loretto Women’s Network…Read More