Monthly Archives: March 2013

New Life – A Reflection for Easter

By Sister Elizabeth Langmead, MHSH Vice President In preparing to write this blog for Easter, I have sat and prayed with the grief of my sister’s death last month and the deaths of other loved ones.   Our own experiences of … Continue reading

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A Reflection for Holy Week

By Sister M. Martha Pavelsky, MHSH The Paschal mystery?  We live it daily, dying and rising in every dimension of our lives.  That’s hard enough.  Even more difficult is watching others struggle through the process.  How can they go on, … Continue reading

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Experiencing Death – A Reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Lent

By Sister Agnesine Seluzicki, MHSH     On this Fifth Sunday of Lent, you are invited to join with the adults who are preparing for baptism to reflect deeply on the call to faith that God extends to all of us.  … Continue reading

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FOLLOWING SAINT FRANCIS

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, a Jesuit, has been elected Pope and has chosen the name Francis. We thought it appropriate to post again our blog entry from last October, which remembers both St. Francis and the founding of … Continue reading

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Coming Home – A Reflection for the Fourth Week of Lent

By Sister Teresa Mary Dolan, MHSH This fourth Sunday of Lent we are called to “come home” to hear the “good news” waiting for us.  We have a Father, a Prodigal Father, waiting for us to claim the gifts of … Continue reading

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