Entries by Katie Lacz

Out of the Weeds

We can find our way out of the rule-ridden weeds and into the spacious place that Love provides. In that place, we get to see what God’s love looks like when it is lived out: like justice for the oppressed. Like freeing others from the forces that enslave them. Like a table big enough for all to be fed.

Katie Lacz

Katie Lacz is a mother, an M.Div., and a spiritual director living outside Boulder, CO. She currently works as Program Associate for the Women’s Ordination Conference. A former Jesuit Volunteer (Raleigh ’06-’07), she continues to seek the magis while living in the messy and beautiful work of raising her two small children.

Decide Today Whom You Will Serve

In the wake of more truth about child abuse in the ranks of the Catholic Church, we are crying out, like Joshua: decide today whom you will serve.

Katie Lacz

Katie Lacz is a mother, an M.Div., and a spiritual director living outside Boulder, CO. She currently works as Program Associate for the Women’s Ordination Conference. A former Jesuit Volunteer (Raleigh ’06-’07), she continues to seek the magis while living in the messy and beautiful work of raising her two small children.

Are We Willing to Listen?

In Jesus’ time, women were considered unreliable witnesses, yet Jesus chose Mary Magdalene to announce the miracle of the Resurrection to his disciples.

Katie Lacz

Katie Lacz is a mother, an M.Div., and a spiritual director living outside Boulder, CO. She currently works as Program Associate for the Women’s Ordination Conference. A former Jesuit Volunteer (Raleigh ’06-’07), she continues to seek the magis while living in the messy and beautiful work of raising her two small children.