Religious Life: A Puzzle

Posted by Spalding Hurst

July 8, 2024

Sister Joel Urumpil reflects in the Magnet by the National Conference of Religious India on her 55-year religious journey, emphasizing the evolving nature of religious life. She likens it to a puzzle, requiring adaptation and resilience. Sister Joel highlights the importance of commitment, love, faith, and change. She calls for a focus on core values, social justice, and solidarity with marginalized communities. Despite modern challenges, she believes religious life must continuously evolve, inspired by Vatican Council II and grounded in deep faith and love.

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  1. Sister Sarah Ferriell

    Joel, your words are alive with energy and inspiration. Thank you! Sarah Ferriell


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