Holiness can seem out of reach for those living in the ordinary realm of home, office, shopping mall and traffic jams.
But in this episode of Inside CatholicPhilly.com, Father Thomas Dailey, O.S.F.S. shows how the cloistered Visitation Sisters (who live on one of the busiest roads in Philadelphia)embody a spirituality ultimately intended for, and ideally suited to, people living “in the world.”
(Related: Read Oblate Father Thomas Dailey’s column on the Visitation Sisters and their spirituality.)
As part of a jubilee year, these women religious are joining their fellow Sisters in welcoming visitors to experience the peace inside their monastery walls — and to bring that serenity back to a world that needs it more than ever.
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