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Hospitality Musings

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

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St. John’s Day Reflection

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

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As I Have Loved You

By Rev. David Brinton. John 13. 31-35 “When he had gone out.”  What a curious way to begin a liturgical gospel.  “When he had gone out.”  The “he” of course is Judas, and the place

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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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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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