About Elizabeth Reardon
Elizabeth Reardon is a graduate of the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago. She is a lay minister for the Catholic Church, a catechist, mother of three, and wife of 20 years. Her introduction to the world of lay ministry began as a catechist for her children. Over the years she has increasingly answered the call to give of her time and talents to a number of other parish ministries. As the daughter and granddaughter of educators, Elizabeth has a passion to inspire the love of learning and seeks to help others grow in faith. Her writing is an invitation to seek and create space for God in the midst of the busyness of everyday life.
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Listening and Continuously Engaging the Call

Some years ago, I became aware of the call to return to college for a Masters degree in Religious Education. At first it was a nudge, then a pressing thought, until it had soon become a burning desire which I could no longer ignore. An Ivy League grad and mother of three, I had spent the last 12 years as a teacher both to my own children and as a catechist to many of the […]