Tag Archives: St. James

On “The Way” at Eastern Point*

A Reflection on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola By Sister Donna Fannon, MHSH *The title of this post is inspired by the film, “The Way” which is filmed on the Camino in Spain. Each year thousands of … Continue reading

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Planting the Seeds…A Reflection for the Third Week in Advent

By Sister Agnesine Seluzicki, MHSH On this third Sunday in Advent, we are greeted with the exalted invitation to Rejoice!  Why? For “here is your God.”  This is the message of Isaiah.  Even as it came to an oppressed and … Continue reading

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God’s Surprises: A Reflection for the Third Week of Lent

By Sister Anne Guinan, MHSH Last week we saw Peter, James and John go up the mountain with Jesus to pray.  As often happens with Jesus, things did not turn out the way they expected. As we move into the third … Continue reading

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Witnessing the Transfiguration

By Sister Martha Pavelsky, MHSH 2nd Sunday of Lent My first thought as I glanced at the reading from Matthew for the Second Sunday of Lent was, “Who are these guys—Peter, James and John?  Such a privilege to see Jesus … Continue reading

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