Monthly Archives: April 2014

“The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience” –Emily Dickinson

An Easter Reflection by Sister Clare Walsh, MHSH  A missing plane from Malaysia, a mudslide in the state of Washington, countless Syrian refugee children, school violence…sometimes our soul and the season seem out of sync. Yet the tomb is empty. … Continue reading

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This Week with Jesus

A Reflection for Holy Week by Sister Agnesine Seluzicki, MHSH Holy Week is the most sacred time in the Church year.  It is the week in which we celebrate the paschal mystery of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus. … Continue reading

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We Can All Be Healers

A Reflection by Sister Rita Lynch, MHSH The Gospel for the Fifth Sunday in Lent (John 11:1-45) involves many people besides Lazarus and Jesus. The family of Lazarus sends for Jesus and are saddened that He didn’t arrive in time; … Continue reading

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