On November 20th, Joan Chittister was guest lecturer for the Courage & Faith Speaker Series sponsored by Christ Church in Greenwich, CT, her first in-person speaking engagment since the pandemi
Sister Joan was a guest speaker for an online course on Hildegard of Bingen taught by Matthew Fox. Following her presentation, he sent this note:
If you are in the New England area, Sister Joan will be speaking in person on Saturday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. in Christ Church, Greenwich, CT on the call to uncommon courage.
In case you missed it, Joan Chittister was featured in the final event of Network Lobby's virtual Nuns on the Bus national tour, “Who We Elect Matters."
Sister Joan was a featured speaker during the 2020 Chautauqua Institution Summer Session.
Joan Chittister was the Keynote Speaker at the National Older Adults Conference, on September 3, 2019.
Presented by Joan Chittister to the Fourth World Congress of Benedictine Oblates, Rome, November 4—10, 2017.
For a new interpretation of the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, listen to Joan Chittister on Catholic Women Preach.
Sr. Joan Chittister speaks about the interior life.
In this video produced by the Chicago Sunday Evening Club, Sister Joan speaks of hope and says, “The spiritual task of life is to feed hope. Hope is not something to be found outside of us.
Sister Joan Chittister addressed the 2015 annual meeting of the Erie Community Foundation. At the end of her address, she was awarded the Edward C. Doll Community Service Award.
In this short, succinct video message, produced by Chicago Sunday Evening Club, Joan Chittister teaches that “contemplation is immersion in the God who created the world for all of us" Using messag
Inter-religious dialogue is a top priority for Joan Chittister as she explains in this brief video recorded for the Charter of Compassion.
Joan Chittister addresses the question of whether religions of the world can work together to reduce violent conflict and build peaceful, pluralistic societies during the first summit on Religion,