Tag: Cranaleith

Home / Cranaleith
Board Member's New Book Reviewed
Post

Board Member's New Book Reviewed

Cranaleith Board member Maureen O’Connell’s latest book, Undoing the Knots: Five Generations of American Catholic Anti-Blackness, was reviewed Emma McDonald in the national publication, Commonweal, which praised the work as “a project of unraveling.” Read the full review HERE.

Pioneering Sister of Mercy Featured
Post

Pioneering Sister of Mercy Featured

From the Associated Press story: “Black Catholic Nuns: A compelling long-overlooked history” published on April 30: “Among the many pioneers is Sister Cora Marie Billings, who as a 17-year-old in 1956 became the first Black person admitted into the Sisters of Mercy in Philadelphia. Later, she was the first Black nun to teach in a...

Retreatant Pens Poem
Post

Retreatant Pens Poem

Georgina Dietz, a regular retreatant at Cranaleith, recently shared a poem with us that she composed during a retreat in March 2022. Published here with her permission. Thank you, Georgina!   Retreat and Renewal By Georgina Dietz I hear the honking of the geese And the sweet sound of rustling trees With the hum of...

Board Member to Give Lecture
Post

Board Member to Give Lecture

Cranaleith Board of Director, Maureen O’Connell, PhD, is giving the annual spring lecture of the American Catholic Historical Society titled, “Undoing the Knots: Five Generations of American Catholic Anti-Blackness.” The lecture will take place Tuesday, April 19, at 7 p.m. Read more HERE.

  • 1
  • 2