Articles by: Meg Kahler

BOOK REVIEW: A new perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic

A new book by Father Gerald Arbuckle SM, ‘The Pandemic and the People of God: Cultural Impacts and Pastoral Responses’, is reviewed for ‘The Good Oil’ by Meg Kahler SGS.

Posted on: April 19, 2022

Pondering 30 years of Good Samaritan life in Kiribati

It is 30 years since the Good Sams were invited to Kiribati. Sister Meg Kahler reflects on the gifts and challenges of being Good Samaritan in this small Pacific nation.

Posted on: September 15, 2021

A merciful Lent

Looking through the eyes of mercy may well be a life-changing Lenten experience, writes Good Samaritan Sister Meg Kahler SGS in our second Editor’s Pick.

Posted on: March 19, 2019

A view of Kiribati

I know I shouldn’t, but I always experience a moment of doubt, followed by wonder and joy, that a pilot can actually find Tarawa – a small, slither of land...

Posted on: September 19, 2018

Be bold and brave

When I was a child, to be told you had been “bold” meant you had done something wrong – usually that you had spoken out of turn or broken some...

Posted on: February 21, 2017

A merciful Lent

Looking with mercy – in every aspect of life, has the potential to change me and all those I encounter, writes Good Samaritan Sister Meg Kahler.

Posted on: February 16, 2016