Monthly Archives: December 2015

“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord” -Luke 2:11

A Reflection for Christmas by Sr. Loretta Cornell, MHSH President Merry Christmas, and blessings during this Holy Season of Christmas and all through the New Year. Cards, good wishes, ads, parties, television specials—they have all led up to this special … Continue reading

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Our Advent Journey: A Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Advent

By Sister Elizabeth Langmead, MHSH Readings: MI 5:1-4A HEB  10:5-10 LK 1:39-45 Our readings this Fourth Sunday of Advent are a great reminder of how God uses the ordinary in extraordinary ways!  The prophet Micah prophesizes that from small, ordinary, … Continue reading

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“…Your Kindness should be known to all… The Lord is near. Have no anxiety…”

A Reflection for the Third Week in Advent by Sister Natalie DeLuca, MHSH Readings: Zephaniah 3:14-18A Philippians 4:4-7 Luke 3:10-18 You may have read (or heard it more than once) that when Pope Francis was on his American visit, he … Continue reading

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Contemplating the Mystery of Christmas

A Reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent by Sister Donna Fannon, MHSH Each year, the Church invites us to enter more deeply into the mystery of Christmas by focusing on the birth of the One who reveals the infinite … Continue reading

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