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Reflection on the Good Shepherd

May 2020
Scripture: John 10:1-10 Sheep are mentioned more than 200 times in the Bible, more than any other animal. Sheep were important as sources of wool, milk, and meat, and throughout the Bible, sheep served as symbols for God’s people. Jesus is portrayed as the shepherd of his chosen flock in the prophetic words of Isaiah…
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Reflection on the Emmaus Story

May 2020
Scripture: Luke 24:13-35 We often describe our life as a journey. The Benedictine tradition speaks of a shared journey on the road. We speak of Christ on that journey with us, bringing us all together to everlasting life. The Gospel of Luke retells the familiar story of two of Jesus’ disciples on their journey to…
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May 2020 E-Newsletter

April 2020
The world I knew as a child is so much larger now; no longer just my own family and country, but a world that includes persons living oceans and continents away who I will never meet. St. Paul’s message to the Ephesians that we are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s…
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Taizé Prayer for Easter 2020

April 2020
Taizé Prayer Guide from Sister Jacqueline Leiter, OSB We invite you to join us in this special Taizé prayer for the Easter season in the time of the coronavirus. Taizé is a quiet, meditative prayer sung in common. The songs are short phrases that we sing repeatedly so that the words may enter our hearts.…
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