Monthly Archives: August 2014

August 31

Reflection Do not conform yourselves to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect Romans 12;2. “Enlightenment is the ability

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August 30

Reflection In this age of instant communication, do we ever stop and consider the power of words? We speak to one another every day either verbally or electronically. Our words can encourage, inspire and uplift. They can also discourage, depress

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August 29

Reflection “Prayer is not a stratagem for occasional use, or a refuge to resort to now and then. it is rather like an established residence for the innermost self. All things have a hone, the bird has a nest, the

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August 28

Reflection “The picture of Jesus we find in the early Christian scriptures can be a model for us no matter what our particular faith tradition or philosophy. There we read about the life and teachings of one who saw and

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Sister Ann Regis Miller, CSJ

Regina Miller entered the Sisters of St. Joseph on February 2. 1940 and at Reception she received the name Sister Ann Regis. To prepare for her various ministries in education, Ann earned a BA in English/Latin from Manhattan College, an

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August 27

Reflection Many years ago, I read a science fiction novel named The Sheep Look Up*. The book predicted the deterioration of the environment in the United States. In the novel, little by little, the corporation sponsored government caused changes in

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August 26

Reflection “The future ahead of us is the future we create every day in our workplace; our families, our encounters with strangers and friends. Our real work is to imagine the life we want to be living and draw it

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August 25

Reflection The song of the crickets dominates the nights. Some trees already have a tinge of yellow in their leaves. The tomatoes are ripe and there is much too much squash in the garden. It is hard to believe that

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August 24

Reflection For who has known the mind of God or who has been God’s counselor? Romans 11:31-36                                                                                                This is an interesting question to ponder. Religion has been a major feature in some historical conflicts and the most recent wave

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August 23

Reflection They will rebuild the ancient ruins and restore the places long devastated; they will renew the ruined cities that have been devastated for generations. Isaiah 61:4 There comes a time in history of human consciousness when there is a

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