Sr. Mary Bede On Cloistered Religious Sisters And The Common Good

In this episode, we discus the role of cloistered religious sisters in promoting the common good in the public arena. We are joined by Sr. Mary Bede of the Cistercian Order. The sisters live a cloistered life following the Rule of St. Benedict. The motto of Benedictine monasticism “Ora et Labora” or “Prayer and Work” sets the rhythm of their daily life.

In our mailbag segment we answer a question about helping ensure students are kept safe while at school whether they attend public or private school.

And of course, we want to leave you with some practical tips on how you can start to put your faith into action. In our bricklayer segment, we have an important message for you to send to legislators about the dangers of legalizing recreational marijuana.

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