Making old prayers yours

Today, the Rev. Judith Liro, founding priest of St Hildegard’s explains how she takes the ancient tradition of praying with the Roman Catholic rosary and makes it come alive for herself with new language. The image above is from https://wayoftherose.org/sample-page/ “In the circle (of a Roman Catholic rosary) there are five large beads with ten …

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Campo de Estrellas in Episcopal News Service

https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/2022/02/21/episcopalians-explore-embrace-green-burial-as-a-final-act-to-care-for-creation/ From the article by BY HEATHER BEASLEY DOYLE, see link above for full article” Episcopalians are helping to shape the future of funeral practices as people increasingly consider the economic and environmental costs of typical American burials, while also seeking to reconnect with the circular nature of life and death in the natural world.” …

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Sister Helena Marie

Sister Helena Marie is St. Hildegard’s community chaplain. I thought I would share a 2014 video of her speaking of her spiritual journey. It is also where Rev. Judith Liro met Sister Helena Marie and the rest is history. Blessings never cease.

About Us

St. Hildegard’s is an intentional, contemplative/active community in Austin, Texas. We are currently in provisional status to become a recognized faith community in the Episcopal church.  The whole of our life—our liturgies, music, retreats and the community itself, as well as our Servant Leadership School—is the primary justice ministry we offer to all who are seeking.  …

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