Isaiah 40: 15-31; Psalm 103: 1-2, 3-4, 8, 10; Matthew 11: 28-30 COME, LORD JESUS is the prayer we have been praying during the days of Advent. In today’s Gospel Jesus says, “Come to me, all you who are weary and find life burdensome.” Jesus knows …
Sister Genevieve Shea Tribune Article
Brigid Tembo, SLW, selected prayers in remembrance of our ancestors. Please see the attached document. Honoring Our Women Ancestors And African Ancestral Healing Prayer And Reverence
As Jesus was sent by the Father in the power of the Spirit, so we are sent as Sisters of the Living Word. We reflect and affirm the Word in the World, the Word, who continually frees the oppressed and gives new life. (SLW Mission Statement)
The Sisters of the Living Word are collaborating with the Viatorians to help settle a Syrian refugee family. More than 250,000 people have died in the Syrian civil war, and more than 6 million have fled as refugees.How Can I Help?
The Sisters of the Living Word (SLW) along with the Illinois Commission on Diversity and Human Relations (ICDHR) have partnered to bring leaders in the Northwest Suburbs together for discussions on race, Bridging the Black/White Divide.Learn More
Rooted in the Word, We are impelled to be God’s language, Transforming the world we lean into life’s unfolding revelation.
We advocate passionately for the voiceless, risking uncharted paths. We listen in contemplative silence, attending to the call of
Simplicity and presence. We weave a network of connections among diverse peoples and in dissonant situations. (SLW Vision Statement)
Jeannette Bergeson, ASLW, Rest in Peace
Michael Robbins, SLW Jazz Brunch Committee, 2013 Partners in Mission Award Recipient, Rest in Peace