Monthly Archives: March 2014

Seeing From the Heart – A Reflection for the Fourth Sunday in Lent

By Sister Natalie DeLuca, MHSH I would guess that she was about five years old.  The parish hall was filled with people eagerly awaiting the performance of the Irish dancers.  The music makers were ready to strum their guitars and … Continue reading

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A Personal Relationship with God – Questions for Reflection

By Sister Donna Fannon, MHSH This Sunday we hear the very familiar story of the “Woman At The Well” (John 4: 5-42).  Surely it is one of the most beautiful (and powerful) stories of personal encounter with Christ in all … Continue reading

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Called by Circumstances

A Reflection by Sister M. Martha Pavelsky, MHSH In the first reading for the Second Sunday of Lent (GN 12:1-4A) God tells Abram: “Go forth from the land of your kinsfolk and from your father’s house to a land that … Continue reading

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You’re Invited…

A Reflection on Lent by Sister Marilyn Dunphy, MHSH Have you recently received an invitation from a friend or relative to attend a get-together?  The invitation may have been to a dinner party, a birthday or anniversary celebration, a wedding, … Continue reading

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