Sr Carino Hodder

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October 16, 2020
Of all the personal discoveries which Catholics have made over the course of the lockdown – a taste for gardening; a skill for music; everything we’d hitherto never had time to watch on Netflix – perhaps one of the most significant, and yet most overlooked, is the reclaiming of an essential aspect of our baptismal
July 10, 2020
Ecclesiastes is not the first place one might look in the Bible for an inspiringly positive message. “All streams run to the sea, but the sea is not full,” says the Preacher, “all things are wearisome” (Eccl 1:7). Yet St Thomas Aquinas found in this verse a metaphor for humanity’s exalted place within Creation: the
May 25, 2020
A monastic choir, the saying goes, is never more itself than when it is alone. For my community of apostolic Dominican sisters, the coronavirus pandemic has certainly proved this to be the case. Thrown into enforced monasticism by national lockdown, our busy religious life has been pared down to its essentials of common prayer and