Millennial Nuns Show How to Be Light in the World and on Social Media

The Daughters of St. Paul are Catholic religious sisters who use media to be a light and shine the Word of God in otherwise secular places. You may encounter one of their bookstores in a major city (New York and Chicago, to name two) or one of their tweets in the Twitterverse. They also have a book published by Simon & Schuster’s Tiller Press: Millenial Nuns: Reflections on Living a Spiritual Life in a World of Social Media. The sisters write about how they followed their vocation and how to be spiritual and religious amid all the distractions we live with today. Tonight at 6 p.m. Eastern, I’ll be talking with two of the authors of Millenial Nuns, Sr. Emily Beata Marsh, FSP, and Sr. K. Andrew Marie Tyler, FSP. You can follow them on Twitter: @SrEmilyBeata @SrAndrewFSP.

Join us virtually tonight — sponsored by the Catholic Information Center in Washington, D.C., and the National Review Institute. Details here.

Millennial Nuns: Reflections on Living a Spiritual Life in a World of Social Media


Kathryn Jean Lopez is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute and an editor-at-large of National Review. Sign up for her weekly NRI newsletter here. She is the author of A Year with the Mystics: Visionary Wisdom for Daily Living.

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