Saturday, February 4, 2012

Suffering feeds the soul: sister

Suffering doesn't taste the best, but it's good for the soul, says Sister Ann Shields.

Sister Ann Shields, SGL, records her radio show "Food for the Journey."
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Popular radio host recently served up some tough meals on suffering in the latest article in The B.C. Catholic:

She may cook up spiritual dessert on her radio program "Food for the Journey," but Sister Ann Shields, SGL, also has no problem dishing out some meat and potatoes when she lectures on human suffering.

"We should welcome it," Sister Shields said to a large audience gathered at St. Mary's Parish Jan. 15, "sometimes with clenched teeth."

Read more at the B.C. Catholic.

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