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It all starts when our alpacas lift their tails. A journey begins that has a shared ending: the restoration of our land.
Today we are discussing “Journals and Letters” page 236 to page 244. In this chapter we’ve regressed to some months before the striking crisis at the residence of Bishop de la Hailandière when Mother Theodore was released from her vows, sent away from the diocese and forbidden contact with her Sisters – that all happened in May of 1847.
This Good Friday, pray the Stations of the Cross where you will commemorate the passion of the Christ while uniting his journey with the many justice struggles our society faces today.
Thanks to you and the way you lived your life, we see what joy it is to see love in action, to be love in action
May peace rise in us.
Think about how often you encounter the human and the divine in the same breath. When you notice, speak the words Alleluia, He is Risen!
Easter blessings to you in Providence
It can seem a bit daunting but there is still a path for us all to work together to heal our planet
As women of faith, we are committed to it
On this Palm Sunday, we will learn about the labyrinth and have time to experience an inward journey and self-reflection by walking it.
Blessings, peace and love to each of you this Holy Week. And, perhaps you’ll want to take up this tradition?
Now that the sorrow-burdened years are behind her, Mother Theodore’s attention can return to ensuring the “fair progress” of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods and the sisters’ establishing missions across Indiana.
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