21 episodes

The School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) have supported education and enrichment since its founding in 1833. To continue the tradition of education and enrichment, SSND Central Pacific Province has created a podcast, Called to Action, where we feature sisters, staff, SSND ministry leaders and prominent women in our communities who are leading efforts to change the world within five focus areas: Care of Creation, Immigration and Refugees, Human Trafficking, Gospel Peace and Nonviolence and Racial Justice. A new episode is released every other week!

Called to Action: A School Sisters of Notre Dame Central Pacific Podcast SSNDCP

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The School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) have supported education and enrichment since its founding in 1833. To continue the tradition of education and enrichment, SSND Central Pacific Province has created a podcast, Called to Action, where we feature sisters, staff, SSND ministry leaders and prominent women in our communities who are leading efforts to change the world within five focus areas: Care of Creation, Immigration and Refugees, Human Trafficking, Gospel Peace and Nonviolence and Racial Justice. A new episode is released every other week!

    Value interconnectedness: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Value interconnectedness: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    In this last episode of Season 2, Sister Anne Marie Reha and Kaitlyn Holdmeyer speak with Hawley Iseke, Theology Department Chair and SSND associate in Guam. Hawley shared how choices matter and it's important to recognize the interconnectedness of everything. For more information download this pdf: Recognize our interconnectedness with all creation.
    Join us in prayer for peace in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. 
    Save the date for Season 3, airing Wednesday, August 3. The theme is Migration: We Stand in Solidarity discussing the SSND corporate stance on immigration reform and other migration topics. 

    • 28 min
    Questioning a just war: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Questioning a just war: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Sister Jeanne  Wingenter has a passion for justice and peace. In this episode of Called to Action, Sister Anna Marie Reha and Kaitlyn Holdmeyer, speak with Sister Jeanne to better understand the just war theory and its five principles. For more information download these pdf: Challenge the validity and application of “Just War Theory" and The Challenges of Global Conflict and Eradicating.


    Join us in prayer for peace in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. 
    Save the date for Season 3, airing Wednesday, August 3. The theme is Migration: We Stand in Solidarity. 

    • 30 min
    Coming from a peaceful heart: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Coming from a peaceful heart: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Sister Paul Mary Draxler, a member of the Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace committee, shares how important it is to understand the myths of war. In order to have peace, we need to have prayer and open communication. Join co-hosts, Sister Anna Marie Reha and Kaitlyn Holdmeyer, as they learn from Sister Paul Mary. For more information download this pdf: Promote peace-building through nonviolent policies, practices and strategies. You can also sign up to get notifications from Voter Voice. 
    Join us in prayer for peace in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. 
    Save the date for Season 3, airing Wednesday, August 3. The theme is Migration: We Stand in Solidarity. 

    • 24 min
    Action is a main component: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Action is a main component: Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Season 2 of Called to Action,  discusses the theme of Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace with co-hosts Sister Anna Marie Reha and Kaitlyn Holdmeyer. In this episode, we talk with Sister Alice Zachmann. Sister Alice is a champion for peace and has participated in many peaceful protests over her 73 years of professed life. She also founded the Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA in order to protect the many Guatemalans she came to know and love when missioned there. For more information download this pdf: Foster a culture of peace and eliminate violence.  Find the Prayer for Torture Awareness month written by Sister Dianna Ortiz, an Ursuline Sister, and friend hero of Sister Alice. 
    Join us in prayer for peace in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. 
    Save the date for Season 3, airing Wednesday, August 3. The theme is Migration: We Stand in Solidarity. 

    • 34 min
    A longing from a person's soul - Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    A longing from a person's soul - Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Sister Anna Marie Reha and Kaitlyn Holdmeyer speak with Sister Ruth Mori from Kyoto, Japan.  She shares how the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki affected her family and Japan. To Sister Ruth, Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace is a longing from a person’s soul, and its living out should start personally and should spread gradually among people like gentle water.  For more information download this pdf: Advocate for the use of diplomacy and dialogue to abolish war and nuclear weapons.  Read Sister Ruth's reflection shared in the August 2020 SSND monthly eNewsletter. This episode does have a transcript available.
    Join us in prayer for peace in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. 
    Save the date for Season 3, airing Wednesday, August 3. The theme is Migration: We Stand in Solidarity. 

    • 28 min
    A journey that takes a lifetime – Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    A journey that takes a lifetime – Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace

    Sister Lois Martens, shares the importance of Gospel Nonviolence and Just Peace (GNJP). She has served on the GNJP committee for many years and still feels that living GNJP is a journey that can take a lifetime. For more information download this pdf: Recognize our interconnectedness with all creation.  Sign up to get notifications from Voter Voice and learn more about the seven-year commitment made by SSND to the Laudato Si' Action Platform. 
    Join us in prayer for peace in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. 
    Save the date for Season 3, airing Wednesday, August 3. The theme is Migration: We Stand in Solidarity. 

    • 34 min

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