Prayer for International Migrants Day

Strangers in a Foreign Land Lord God, help us to remember those who tonight will go to sleep unfed and unwelcome,strangers in foreign lands, people who have fled for their lives and are far from their homes.We lift up to you those who are escaping persecution and conflict, having fled death, torture or ruthless exploitation.

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Advent Week 2 Gospel Reflection 2021

Sunday, December 5, 2021 by Sister Edithann Kane, SNDdeN Have you ever had someone or something come into your life and change you or clarify your direction? Who – or what – was it? When was it? How were you feeling or thinking at that time? For some of us, it may have been somewhat

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Advent Week 1 Gospel Reflection 2021

Sunday, November 28, 2021 by Sister Marna Rogers, SNDdeN Vengeance Day "…It will seem like all hell has broken loose–sun, moon, stars, earth, sea, in an uproar and everyone all over the world in a panic, the wind knocked out of them by the threat of doom, the powers-that-be-quaking…And then, then–then! They'll see the Son

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A Prayer for Memorial Day

In the quiet sanctuaries of our own hearts, let each of us name and call on the One whose power over us is great and gentle, firm and forgiving, holy and healing: You who created us, who sustain us, who call us to live in peace, hear our prayer this day. Hear our prayer for

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Remember

Remember the sky that you were born under, know each of the star's stories. Remember the moon, know who she is. Remember the sun's birth at dawn, that is the strongest point of time. Remember sundown and the giving away to night. Remember your birth, how your mother struggled to give you form and breath.

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Easter Sunday Gospel Reflection

Easter Sunday Gospel Reflection Sunday, April 4, 2021 by Sister Theresa Rynn, SNDdeN I have often thought how lucky I am to have been born in a country where Easter coincides with Spring. The winter waiting is over and all the signs in nature speak of new awakenings, new life, and new hope. This has

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