“It’s been the hardest spiritual practice I’ve ever committed to,” Sister Susan Francois told The New York Times.
Dear @POTUS, 662 days later still praying you experience goodness & kindness and choose to do good & be kind in return. A kind or thoughtful word goes a long way, & a prudential choice of words is less likely to wound, spark conflict or cause markets to drop. Praying#dailytweet
— Sister Susan Francois, CSJP (@susanfrancois) December 5, 2018
Dear @POTUS. 661 days later still praying for you as a leader and as a human being to grow in humility and the ability/capacity/willingness to focus on the common good and peace of all. #PopeFrancis has some good advice for all of us … https://t.co/lPFkdfpSLZ
— Sister Susan Francois, CSJP (@susanfrancois) December 4, 2018
Am I under the misconception that he is reading my tweets or that they will have an impact on his policies? No. But I am less distracted by the crazy, claiming my voice & speaking out in a way that models and points to the world Jesus calls us to build.https://t.co/EYEd7j6lvB
— Sister Susan Francois, CSJP (@susanfrancois) December 9, 2018