Sister Margo attends the Rise Up For Climate Change March

I was a holder of this parachute all through the march yesterday in San Francisco.  I was singing  "Mother I Feel You Under My Feet."  After I finished the song, a butterfly landed on this boy who was in front of us on the march. It was so wonderful to have a song to sing.  It is a little anti climactic to march and not make a song heard from your heart.  Thank you St. Hildegard's for giving me the song that sings what my heart knows.  

Sister Margo’s article on General Convention 2018

General Convention 2018 Austin    Some of us Hildegardians attended the General Convention of the Episcopal Church this July in Austin. With a gathering of 10,000 Episcopalians, there were a lot of interesting events to choose from. I played it simple, and went to events planned by groups we at St. Hildegard's are connected with.  Of the four events I attended, I want to bring news from the Diocese of California night, which was something that brought me a new understanding of Episcopal involvement in projects to reduce the hardships impacting populations of people that…

St. Hildegard community invites you to join us

Friday, July 6 at 9 am-10:15 CDT Traditional and New: Religious Communities in TEC The Religious Life lives at the heart of the Church in the Episcopal Church (USA). Join us for a conversation about Religious Life in current times--its traditional, new and yet-to-be expressions. Sr Faith Margaret, CHS and President of CAROA (Conference of Religious Orders in the Americas) will moderate the panel featuring members of both traditional and new religious communities as well as your questions.   Location:  St. David’s Episcopal Church Austin, Texas,  301 E. 8th St., Austin, Texas Sunday, July 8,  St. Hildegard…

On June 25th of this year, The St. Hildegard Community of seven professed members celebrated their foundation day anniversary.    St. Hildegard's Community is devoted to the greening of the church in ways that flow from the life of Hildegard of Bingen, a twelfth century Benedictine abbess.  We offer our local expression of community as a seed that will grow into a dispersed community of individuals and perhaps someday, sister communities. Click to see professed members photos      

CAROA-NAECC-2018-GatheringApril 26, 2018

St. Hildegard professed members'  Judith Liro, and  Virginia Marie Rincon  recently attended the CAROA-NAECC conference in Toronto Canada. We worshipped, experienced the profoundness of silence, gathered in fellowship and attended a lecture on the use of social media in our communities. Our community, St. Hildegard shared the Mass of Mary Magdala in song with the various religious communities in the beautiful chapel of St. John the Divine Convent. Sister Judith sung the mass and sister Virginia Marie offered the ceremony of the Four Directions as the opening prayer. Sister Greta  Ronningen co-founder of The Community of…