Rhonda Miska is a candidate with the Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters who lives in community in Sinsinawa, Wisconsin.  

Rhonda contributed as an author and translator to Catholic Women Speak: Bringing Our Gifts to the Table (Paulist Press, 2015).  She is a regular contributor to US Catholic magazine and Global Sisters Report. Her writing has also appeared in America Magazine, Celebration Publications, and on various Catholic blogs including Catholic Majority, Messy Jesus Business and Millennial Journal.  

Rhonda is a member of the Spiritual Directors International New Contemplatives Initiative and on the advisory board of Catholic Women Preach.  

Rhonda holds an MA from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.  

She served with the Jesuit Volunteers in Nicaragua from 2002-2004.  She has taught in Religious Studies at Clarke University and the Catherine of Siena College (affiliated with the University of Roehampton in London).    

Her other past ministries include coordinating Hispanic ministry and social justice ministry at a multicultural parish, leading retreats for returned missioners, hosting days of reflection on praying with poetry, accompanying migrant children in federal immigration court, and coordinating a residential life-sharing community with adults with intellectual disabilities.

Currently, she is serving as a Spanish-language legal interpreter with Catholic Charities in the Archdiocese of Dubuque and co-authoring a book on holy women from the 800 year history of the Order of Preachers.



February 26, 2017

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

In freedom from anxiety, there is freedom for becoming who we are truly meant to be

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