Sister Doreen’s Reflections Sometime ago, Sister Wilma gave me an article from the Toronto Star that prompted reflections both on the contents of the article and also the subtitle of the article: “Rolling with a
Sister Doreen’s Reflections “IT IS THE BEST POSSIBLE TIME TO BE ALIVE, WHEN ALMOST EVERYTHING YOU THOUGHT YOU KNEW IS WRONG!” (Tom Stoppard) Some time ago when reading Diamuid O’Muchu’s book “Catching Up with Jesus”
Sister Doreen’s Reflections (from BAS Eucharistic Prayer #4): “The human community and the natural world will go into the future as a single sacred community, or we will both perish in the desert.” (Thomas Berry)
Sister Doreen’s Reflections Acts 4:32-35, The Message Translation: “The whole congregation was united as one – one heart, one mind! They didn’t even claim ownership of their possessions. No one said, “That’s mine, you can’t
Sister Doreen’s Reflections The Fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23): “By contrast, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.” It is interesting to note, and I
Sister Doreen’s Reflections “A Benedictine spirituality of community requires meaningful contact, a common vision, and the beating of a cosmic heart big enough to embrace all of life.” Joan Chittister Building community is hard work.
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.