Kemme

In Our Own Words: New Book on Religious Life of the Present

Sr. Tracy Kemme of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati wrote a chapter in the new book, In Our Own Words, which was published on January 25 by Liturgical Press. Dan Stockman of the Global Sisters Report writes about the book below. Young women religious who have been...

Pestered by God?

Have you ever felt pestered by God? Tracy Kemme, SC has…and I suspect we all have at one point or another. Although she writes out of her experience as a young Sister of Charity of Cincinnati I suspect she is tapping into something that many can relate to regardless...

Mercy: The best of who we are

Mercy: The best of who we are - by Tracy Kemme What an opportunity Pope Francis has given us in the Year of Mercy! It feels like something beautiful is dawning. It is a chance to rediscover and put forth the best of who we are. A few weeks ago, I went to an Advent...

God of the journey

Sr. Tracy Kemme, SC offers another one of her reflections, God of the Journey, in her series for the blog The Future of Charity Yesterday, I witnessed two college friends enter into the covenant of marriage. The beautiful Mass took place in the Chapel of the...
NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme

NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme

NY Times features Sr. of Charity Tracy Kemme and addresses the question of why  the idea of entering religious life seems relevant to young Catholic women. When Tracy Kemme first got the calling, at age 22, she had an active social life, an internship in Ecuador, and...

Eucharist – Tracy Kemme, SC

From Volunteering to Vows

Tracy Kemme's latest reflection in the NCR series Global Sisters Report describes the process leading from  volunteering to vows. She adds "My story is not unique!" Just two weekends ago, I professed first vows with the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, along with my...

Eucharist – Tracy Kemme, SC

Take this ring!

Tracy Kemme, soon to make her vows as a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati, shares a moving reflection that bridges a span of over 60 years. (Global Sisters Report) After Mass and breakfast at the Motherhouse one morning a few weeks ago, Sister Flo asked me to stop by...

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