Sister Doreen’s reflections A Summer Blessing This week the calendar announces that Summer begins and with it our longing for space and relaxation in the hoped- for warmth! I share the following poem with you by
Sister Doreen’s Reflections At choir practice this week we practiced a new hymn for Trinity Sunday that we had never sung before. I found the hymn so moving personally, with imagery that caused some profound
By Sr. Constance Joanna Gefvert, SSJD Acts 16.16-34 Psalm 97 Revelation 22 John 17.20-26 Over the last couple of years I’ve found myself feeling more and more dismayed, angry, anxious, and helpless at the world we live
Sister Doreen’s Reflections Hospitality itself is a complex category. It has much to do with the intersection of the private and the public life. The stranger is encountered in the public realm, hospitality has to
By Rev. Joanne Davies, SSJD Oblate. St. John’s Day Reflection ** In the beginning before light and dark, sea and sky. Before embodiment. There was and is forever love, patient, kind, before, now, then and
The Sisterhood of St. John the Divine is a contemporary expression of the religious life for women within the Anglican Church of Canada. We were founded in Toronto in 1884. Our Mother House, St. John’s Convent, continues to be in Toronto.