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The Change That Changes Everything – A Reflection for Easter

By Sister Elizabeth Langmead, MHSH President We live in a world and in a time of rapid change.  All avenues of social media keep us aware moment by moment of how quickly things change all around the world.  Closer to … Continue reading

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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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“Lent is no fun…” A Reflection for the Second Sunday of Lent by Sister M. Martha Pavelsky, MHSH

I have never liked Lent.  Where I come from, it’s a season of mountains of dirty snow obscuring every intersection, making just crossing a street a death-defying drama. Even getting on or off a city bus was fraught, as the … Continue reading

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Look for Him in the Ordinary Events of Life

A Reflection for Easter Sunday by Sister Natalie DeLuca, MHSH “Come and have breakfast.” None of the disciples were bold enough to ask, “Who are you?” They knew quite well it was the Lord! Jesus then stepped forward, took  the … Continue reading

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“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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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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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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