Sister Doreen’s Reflections Knitting or Crocheting or Needle Work “I struggled for years to maintain a regular private prayer practice. I found it difficult to sit still each day in the presence of God. It
Since we are all different, it can be helpful to provide different ways to respond to God in prayer: through Scripture, through images, through music, etc. It can benefit all of us to experiment with different
Sister Doreen’s Reflections Prayer is often perceived as a difficult, “place-less” exercise in which we close our eyes and seek God beyond our everyday experience in an invisible, ethereal realm. It does not have to
Sister Doreen’s Reflections “If the heart wanders or is distracted, bring it back to the point quietly, gently and replace it tenderly in God’s presence. And even if you did nothing during the whole of
Sister Doreen’s Reflections I share a poem by Joyce Rupp: “Spark of God! Spirit of life!I remember and celebrate your dwelling within me.Divine Fire, you never waver in your faithful presence.Amid the seasons of life,
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.