Welcome to the website of the Daughters of Wisdom of the United States Province. We hope that you enjoy reading these pages and that you get a sense of who we are.
We are called in community to seek and to contemplate Divine Wisdom, present in a world that hungers for meaning, justice and compassion. We seek to bring the message of Jesus, Incarnate Wisdom, to people experiencing injustice, violence, poverty and oppression, especially women and children.
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SOME OF OUR MINISTRIES
See the ways God makes Her presence known in the ordinary experiences of life. Join our Wisdom Spirituality Circle and receive weekly relections. Fire In Our Hearts is for Catholics and persons of all spiritual traditions.
Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires, in the historic town of Litchfield, CT, Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center spans 54 acres of meadows, woods and brooks. Offering year round programs, this interfaith center welcomes those who value seeking and learning in a contemplative environment. The complex includes indoor and outdoor sanctuary areas, and a labyrinth to encourage meditation, prayer and creative thinking.
DAUGHTERS OF WISDOM
MISSION FUND GRANTS
2016 Applications are available. (See Wisdom Grant Fund dropdown under Ministries tab.)
Read about last year's Mission Fund Grant recipients
ASSOCIATES OF WISDOM
A community within the community of the Wisdom family, Associates of Wisdom share in the spirituality, mission, and history of the congregation of the Daughters of Wisdom.
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COME AND GATHER BENEATH THE TREE OF LIFE
By Sr. Barbara O’Dea, DW
The Cross goes before us throughout this whole week. Holy Week is our week, a sacred time to make an interior pilgrimage, a journey to meet the Spirit of God who dwells among us and within us. This is our week to quiet our restless hearts and focus our minds as we approach the threshold of Easter. It is a sacred time for us to discover how much or how little we love. This week of grace is our chance to join with all believers in following Christ from his triumphal entry into Jerusalem through his Last Supper with his disciples, his death on the cross and resurrection to new life. The faith of those who welcome the call to follow Jesus to the end will inevitably bring new life and a deeper sense of meaning to their lives.
Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy