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Interviews

Two interviews that Joan Chittister taped recently on her new book, 

Sister Joan was interviewed for a podcast on her new book, The Mo

Canadian Crossroads TV with Melinda Estabrooks will interview Joan Chittister on November 15 for future play on her podcast on the See Hear Love website.

Banyen Books and Sound, Canada’s largest spiritual bookstore, is hosting a free virtual webinar with Sister Joan on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 11 a.m.

Joan Chittister returned to the radio show “State of Belief” and joined Rev.

Paul Samuel Dolman, host of “What Matters Most,” interviews Joan Chittister on her new book, 

Since her book, The Monastic Heart, was published in late September, Sister Joan has recorded a dozen interviews. As they become available, we will alert you.

Two live interviews are scheduled this week with Sister Joan on her new book. Many others are being taped and we will let you know when they are broadcast.
 

In this 15-minute podcast Joan Chittister offers some insights from the teachings o

“Your father died when you were three, your stepfather was abusive, you were stricken with polio as a teenager—were these the most difficult Lents of your life?” “What is the place of suffering in

Pope Francis greets former Vice President Joe Biden on April 29, 2016, at the Vatican. Biden is the second Catholic elected to the nation's highest office in U.S. history.

Ahead of the inauguration Wednesday, Sister Joan and a few others were

Washington Post columnist  Sarah Pulliam Bailey interviewed Joan Chittister for an Advent piece, “Instead of raucous holida

In a Facebook Live conversation, Benedictine Sr.

On June 18, Sister Joan Chittister spoke with Omega Institute board member Jamia Wilson to explore the kind of courage needed to be accountable, promote healing, and build partnerships across diffe