Remember when you were about 10 years old and school ended for the summer? Remember that delicious sense of the days stretching before you with no set routine and lots of time to be outside? There was time to play with friends and visit with family, opportunities to make up new games and participate in old, familiar ones as well, to spend hours reading whatever you chose rather than what was assigned.
Sean C. Peters, CSJ
Sean C. Peters, CSJ is a member of our Congregational Leadership Team. Prior to that role, she served as director of mission experience in the Spiritual Life Office at The College of Saint Rose and was also a member of the Albany Province Leadership Team. After completing her undergraduate degree in education at The College of Saint Rose and her master’s and doctoral degrees in educational psychology at Rutgers University, Sister Sean held faculty and administrative positions in higher education, including being vice president for academic affairs and dean at Fontbonne University. In addition to these positions, Sean has presented several workshops on various topics including the importance of play for adults, group development and mission integration.
Joseph dreamed. What we know of him tells us that he was a simple man, a poor man in a country occupied and controlled by a foreign army. He had little reason to dream, yet he had dreams for himself and for his family.
Mientras la Iglesia se prepara para la próxima etapa del Sínodo, te invitamos a rezar con nosotros una novena femenina, cada mes durante nueve meses, por una Iglesia más inclusiva.
Pero, encontrarme ya en el umbral de otro año, tengo la oportunidad de dar una mirada atrás y otra hacia el futuro. Deseo pensar en lo que quiero dejar atrás y en lo que quiero llevar al futuro.
Standing here, on the threshold of another year, gives me the opportunity to look both back at the past and forward to the future. I like to think about what I want to leave behind and what I want to carry into the future.