Thanks be to God for our Sisters who made Professions!

We give thanks to God for the incredible young women who made Vows! They are a gift to our community and the Universal Church. In professing Vows, the Sisters freely dedicate themselves to a life of consecrated chastity, poverty and obedience. Contrary to worldly wisdom, they are not running away

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Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, pray for us!

The Sisters invite all mothers to celebrate ourcommunity’s patronal feast honoring Mary as Mother of the Eucharist in a special way. Today, we recall Mary’s own motherhood to Jesus, Whose same Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity we adore and receive in the Holy Eucharist.   As we approach the end of

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He is Risen Indeed!

Christ is Risen – Alleluia! The Resurrection is true! Jesus is ALIVE!   The Risen Lord is the reason for our Hope! The Easter Season has commenced – the season of the empty tomb, of Christ’s appearances to hundreds, and of the conversions of thousands who saw in Him the fulfillment of the scriptures continues to

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Holy Week: The Divine Drama

Palm Sunday is the first act of the Paschal Mystery (Jesus’ Passion, Death, and Resurrection). Today, Christ processed through the Jewish crowd, who would betray him in only a few days’ time. Today, at Mass, we accompany the priest who, in the Person of Christ, processes towards the altar of sacrifice—toward the Cross and

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Lent: An Encounter with the Divine Lover

This year, Ash Wednesday falls on Valentine’s Day. Paradoxical? Perhaps to some. Inconvenient? For many Catholics, certainly (sweethearts and school teachers alike). However, one could also draw profound meaning from this providential collision of observances.   We love because God loved us first. (cf. 1 John 4:19) While the secular world exchanges heart-shaped

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The Paschal Mystery of Christ

Lenten Journal – new for 2018 Liturgical Years A, B, C What was from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we looked upon and touched with our hands concerns the Word of life—1 John 1:1 The season of Lent is a new

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