Monthly Archives: March 2016

Litany of the Love of Christ

  In our loneliness, the love of Christ embraces us In our desire for love, the love of Christ overwhelms us In our brokenness, the love of Christ heals us In our emptiness, the love of Christ fills us   … Continue reading

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THESE HOLY DAYS

A Reflection by Sr. Clare Walsh, MHSH Pange Lingua, the smell of incense, The Stabat Mater, ” Were you there…?”, crucifixes draped in purple cloth…. just a few of the sights and sounds of a Holy Week long embedded in … Continue reading

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A Reflection for the 6th Sunday in Lent

By Sister Dolores Glick, MHSH As our Lenten Journey continues on this Palm/Passion Sunday, we look back to the beginning of our journey—the promises and resolutions we made on Ash Wednesday (almost like our New Year’s resolutions). We promised to … Continue reading

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Discovering Something New – A Reflection for the 5th Sunday of Lent

By Sister Rita Lynch, MHSH Isaiah 43:18-19   “Remember not the events of the past….see, I am doing something new” Philippians 3:12-13  “It is not that I have already taken hold of it or have already attained it, but I continue … Continue reading

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“Mercy is Misericordia” – A Reflection for the 4th Sunday of Lent

By Sister M. Judith Waldt, MHSH The Latin term for Mercy is Misericordia. This is illustrative in that the meaning of the term “Miseria” refers to suffering, which so many people experience in many and varied ways. “Cordia” refers to … Continue reading

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