About

DAC faceI am currently Superior of a new Catholic charismatic religious community which began in 1975, The Servants of God’s Love, located in Ann Arbor, MI.

Obviously, the title of this blog comes from John Paul the Great, an outstanding Witness to Hope, from whom we can all learn.  Pray for us, Blessed John Paul!

Witnesses to Hope is a bi-monthly event for women, held at Christ the King Parish in Ann Arbor, MI.  For more information check the Witnesses to Hope tab or e-mail me at witnessestohope@att.net

My other blogs are Wonder and Beauty,  Heart Arrows, and Conversations in the Convent.

10 thoughts on “About

    • Ann, if you click on the “Witnesses to Hope” tab along the top of the page, you will find out more about our Witnesses to Hope meetings. (Hope you can make it to one or more of them.)

  1. Hi there,

    I’m writing from Ireland. I just found your blog (through an image search for Rublev’s Holy Trinity Icon!) and it is beautiful work. I have just passed it on to all my women friends here in Cork. We will remember your community in our prayers and pray for vocations to such a beautiful work of God : )

    le gach dea ghuí

    SR

  2. Sarah, what a wonderful surprise! I actually have been to Cork, spent a couple of weeks there many years ago and loved the place and the people, and I would LOVE to visit again sometime . . . God willing. Many great memories. I still have a tape of a friend there reading aloud Frank O’Connor’s “First Confession” with a thick Cork accent. Wish I could stop by for a cuppa!

    Glad to have you and your friends join the Witnesses to Hope group. Thank you so much for your prayers, and stay in touch! I welcome comments.

  3. I just found your blog. It is like opening a wonderful present. I was looking for the source of a quote I’d written down a long time ago, which begins, “To be seen by Him does not mean being exposed to a merciless gaze but to be enfolded in the deepest care. … ” I found it here: it’s Romano Guardini, from his book The Living God. Thank you so much. I will keep exploring your blog. Each page is so full of hope and full of Christ. God bless you and all those you love.

  4. I have very much enjoyed visiting and connecting with your blog. A former resident of Ann Arbor, and an Oblate of the Order of Julian of Norwich, I am glad to have found you. What better place than Ann Arbor to discover your Fourth Vow!

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