One Sister’s Prayer through Poetry

Dominican Sister of Hope Connie Kelly, OP is a published poet who’s written over 250 poems and is currently working on publishing an anthology. Today, Sister Connie shares with us the history behind her creative genius, the inspiration behind her writing, and one of...
Easter- A Call to Be Huggers

Easter- A Call to Be Huggers

Flickr: Matthew G   There is a story about a former First Lady visiting Grandma’s House, a home that supports and houses babies and young children infected with the HIV virus – innocent victims. The First Lady played ball and gave hugs to all the children. This...
Happy National Poetry Month

Happy National Poetry Month

In celebration of the Easter season, we are continuing our Spirituality Wednesday series with writings from our sisters every Wednesday. However, because April is also National Poetry Month, we’re highlighting our sister-poets this month, too! Below is a poem by...
Unthinkable, a poem by Sister Jo-Ann

Unthinkable, a poem by Sister Jo-Ann

Unthinkable The angelic body bowed low in adoration Before the woman soon-to-be- with child.   “Blessed,” he called her. “Why?” she asked.   “Chosen,” was his answer. He waited. She wondered.   “How? Not...
A Position of the Heart

A Position of the Heart

A Position of the Heart He seduced the Cross into making love. He coaxed it, pressed it to himself, Until it was difficult to see which had initiated the embrace, which was making the offering. And which one had actually given in. Jo-Ann Iannotti, OP This post was...