Tag Archives: Sister Jane Geiger

An Autumn Walk with God

A Remembrance by Sister Jane Geiger, MHSH Our family home in New Jersey was situated in the Watchung Mountains and was accessed by a one-lane dirt road, which we referred to as “the lane.” As you left the town, crossed … Continue reading

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The Thinking Bench

A Reflection by Sister Jane Geiger, MHSH Quite a few years ago I was visiting my family in New Jersey.  My sister and her four young children were visiting from Iowa at the same time.  I received the delightful assignment … Continue reading

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What Would Jesus Do?

A Reflection on the Mission Helpers As We Begin Our 123rd Year By Sister Jane Geiger, MHSH At this time of year, I am drawn back into the rich history of the Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart.  It was … Continue reading

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The “Sticky Fingers of Divine Providence” – A Refection for the Fourth Week of Lent

By Sister Jane Geiger, MHSH [2 Chr 36:15-16, 19-23; Ps 137:1-6; Jn 3:14-21] “Gutsy” might best describe Nicodemus:  gutsy, but not stupid. It seems he had to meet with Jesus, but he took care to come in the dark so … Continue reading

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