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“To be a contemplative it is necessary to walk through nature softly,” Joan Chittister writes.  Perhaps we’ve never needed that reminder more.

In the introduction to a new 8-part series for her NCR online column, Joan Chittister explains why she chose to focus on the Beatitudes:
 

An essay by Joan Chittister is included in a new book launched virtually last week in Australia, 

An article on peacemaking, “My Enemy Is Now My Friend” by Joan Chittister, was featured in this month’s edition of Kolbe News, a print and E-magazine and website, Calgary, Canada.

A publishing group in the United Kingdom just bought the rights to Joan Chittister’s soon-to-be-released book, 

Refreshing, practical, and deeply respectful of the tradition that has made Sister Joan Chittister the genuine contemplative and warrior prophet that our times have called for—and that she has resp

Joan Chittister’s presentation at Chautauqua Institution—“To Exist, A Society Based on Money Needs a Population Based on Heart”—was preceded and followed by an exuberant standing ovation and interr

The Monastic Heart by Joan Chittister available now for preorder

Newest book from Joan Chittister: The Monastic Heart.

“A wise and helpful book” is how Booklist, a publication of the American Library Association, ended its advanced review of 

If you currently subscribe to Sister Joan’s monthly online spiritual publication, The Monastic Way, you can participate in a Zoom discussion with Benetvision staff members on Tuesday, Augu

Joan Chittister will deliver the opening Interfaith Lecture for Week 7 — The State of the Economy: Where Do We Go from Here? — at Chautauqua Institution on Monday, August 9, at 1 p.m.

In her most recent "From Where I Stand" column in NCR, Sister Joan answers this question with those in mind who say they have the "right" not to wear a mask and not to receive the Covid-19

The pandemic made it difficult to get materials from the Joan Chittis