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Welcome To Being Here.

By Kelsea Willis, May 10, 2022 For the past six years, I have lived and built a specific and fulfilling life. I spent hours in prayer, structured my life around Sundays and the offerings of

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Blessed Are The Questioners.

Sr. Constance Joanna, SSJD Acts 5.27-32     Psalm 118: 14-29 Revelation 1.4-8 John 20, 19-31 Alleluia! Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia! This is the third year in a row that I’ve preached in

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Silent Directed Retreat: November 18-20, 2022

Retreat Format: In-Person at the Convent Dates: November 18- 20, 2022 Registration Fee: $250.00 * A non-refundable, non-transferable deposit of $50.00 is required. The $200.00 registration fee is due upon arrival at the Convent. Registration Deadline: Nov

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In The Stillness Of Time.

Sister Doreen’s Reflections How often in the midst of the busyness of a day or of time, when we seem to go from meeting to meeting and project to project, I wish I could make

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Dayenu: It Would Have Been Enough.

Sister Doreen’s Reflections Dayenu – it would have been enough Dayenu is a song that is part of the Jewish holiday of Passover.  The word Dayenu means approximately ‘it is sufficient’ or ‘it would have

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Lectio Divina – A Way of Meditating on Scriptures or the Word in Daily Life Sister Doreen’s Reflections There are different forms of praying the scriptures or listening for the Word in daily life, different

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Easter Sunday Homliy

By Rev. David Brinton The terrified myrrh-bearing women, looking for the body of the Lord are greeted by the angels at the empty tomb with these words: “Why do you seek the living among the

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Easter Musings

Sister Doreen’s Reflections “The world and time and all created by GodAre eastering and rising up to life again.The universe and all of us are the resultOf unbearable tenderness, and we are lacedAnd threaded with

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Good Friday Homily

By Rev. David Brinton Our society is shot through with traces of the Roman Empire, not just physical remains in the form of ruins and artworks, but in our legal system and church organization, our

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