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Showing posts from April, 2008

The Servants' Privilege

One of the apostolates of our Community is to service in residences of a few Bishops in the United States. One of these residences is the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, D.C. The day to day life of the Sisters who serve here revolves around a horarium (order of the day) which is mostly similar to the schedules that all of us keep. Prayer, Holy Mass, and Community time are all mingled with apostolic service. Much of what the Sisters do at the Nunciature is in the realm of cooking, cleaning or laundry. It is one of the ways in which we support the Church through our direct service to the Shepherds of the Church. We are also able to pray for them and the intentions that they entrust to us. In these days, this role of servant is allowing the Sisters to serve Pope Benedict during his stay in Washington, D.C. Right now they are probably gearing up for the Holy Father's birthday dinner. They have been planning for these moments for a long time. What a blessing for our Country

"I vow to the Triune God..."

During Holy Mass on Sunday, April 13, 2008, our 15 Junior Professed Sisters renewed their vows for another year. We thank God for them and for their continued "Yes!" of consecration in our Religious Community. These young Sisters are serving the Church in a variety of apostolic services and bring great joy to the rebuilding of the Church in our day.

Alleluia! Celebrating Christ's Resurrection for 50 Days!

It is in great joy that we continue to celebrate Christ's Resurrection. These days are certainly filled with HOPE! Although Easter morning greeted us with snow flurries, the novices and postulants were filled with the graces of the Easter Triduum and enjoyed the new life of Jesus which lives in each of them. We have prayed for the intentions of all of our loved ones, those most in need of prayers and those who have no one to pray for them. May you also experience the peace which only Christ can bring. Alleluia!