Joan Chittister was one of the contributors to the fall 2017 issue of Oneing, a publication of the Center for Action and Contemplation.
Anthony DeMello, the Jesuit spiritual teacher and psychotherapist, died suddenly of a heart attack on June 2nd in 1987 at the age of 56.
Almost 40 years ago, Joan Chittister wrote an article for America magazine calling for inclusive language in the church and listing the positive effects such a change would have for the church
Reflections on the Peace Pastoral: A Feminine Critique by Joan Chittister, OSB LCWR, Women Gathered for Peace, 1984
WHAT WE HAVE TO BE IS WHAT WE ARE: MERTON’S UNFINISHED AGENDA
by Joan Chittister, OSB
Seeds of a New Humanity
By Joan Chittister
“Aging well is the real goal of life,” explains Joan Chittister in this far-reaching interview with the editors of U.S. Catholic Magazine.
There is a madness abroad in the land, hiding behind the Constitution, brazenly ignoring the suffering of many who, over the years, have died in its defense, and operating under the banner of ratio