Hope in Haiti: How One Sister’s Holiday Sparked a New Mission

Hope in Haiti: How One Sister’s Holiday Sparked a New Mission

Dominican Sister of Hope Mary Headley thinks fast and talks faster. “I’m only seventy-five years old,” she says. “I’m young!” She’s also spry. After fifty-five years in hospice ministry, she retired and took on a number of volunteer jobs: she serves at Part of the...
Ashes, a Reflection by Sister Debbie Blow

Ashes, a Reflection by Sister Debbie Blow

Flickr: Fr Lawrence Lew, O.P. Our palms from last Sunday are now behind us, a foreshadowing of the whisper we will hear once again next year, “You are dust, and to dust you shall return.” However, during Holy Week, the message of ashes is more pertinent...