Pray with and for LCWR

When the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith released its Doctrinal Assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, the press and individuals said a lot. LCWR chose to say little, asking that people pray for them.

The LCWR meets May 29 to June 1 to discuss their response, and they have again asked for prayer. In fact, they released a prayer. So, here at Monastic Musings, I join my prayer with theirs, that the interactions between LCWR and the CDF bear fruit for both.

In this time of pain and promise,
we call on God’s Spirit to bless
the leadership of LCWR, of our
Congregation, and all women religious
who strive to live the gospel in these
uncertain times.

We call on the Spirit of God to reveal
the way forward that is faithful to God’s
dream for us and our lives together.

May all who are called to engage
in prayer and conversation come to
the table with hearts that are open,
transparent, and faith-filled. May their
reflection be marked by a deep listening
to the voice of the Spirit at work in
our world.

May the holy ones who have gone
before us inspire us by their courage
and wisdom and affirm that we are
not alone.

May we continue to faithfully live the
questions of our time and witness to
the people of God that we are women
at home with mystery and filled with
fierce hope for our shared future.
Amen.

Prayer by Chris Koellhoffer, IHM

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Benedictine sister of St. Scholastica Monastery, Duluth, Minnesota
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One Response to Pray with and for LCWR

  1. Sister Edith says:

    Lionel Andrades left a very long comment that was, really, a blog post. In fact, it is posted on his own blog as “LCWR Sisters could have asked the CDF to introduce them to those saved in invincible ignorance and the baptism of desire” where you can read it at http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.com/2012/06/lcwr-sisters-could-have-asked-cdf-to.html

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