Monthly Archives: March 2016

March 31

Reflection  Shalom I leave with you, my shalom I give to you, Not as the world gives do I give John 14:27 Shalom is generally translated as peace, but in Hebrew there are no one-word translations rather, every word has

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March 30

Reflection  It is interesting that in the gospel narratives it is the women who first learn of Jesus resurrection. They rush to tell the apostles and are met with disbelief. The two men on the road to Emmaus tell their

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March 29

 Reflection  There is a residue of the “we had hoped” in all of us. Like the Emmaus’ disciples, our basic problem is one of unbelief. They had been witnesses to all that took place. Yet, there was something preventing them

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March 28

Reflection Easter is about God saying “yes” to Jesus and what he was passionate about. What Jesus was passionate about was God and the kingdom of God. God was the central reality of his life and the kingdom of God

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March 27

Easter Sunday Reflection Something happened. We cannot describe the experience. We only know that it was so powerful that the bleak dark of loss became the light of hope and joyfulness. We know that cowards became courageous, fear became daring, silence

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March 26

Holy Saturday Reflection  Christ’s body lies in a tomb hewn from rock; he is returned to the earth. It is the earth the birther of life, the earth into which he said the seed must fall to live again. All

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March 25

Good Friday Reflection The execution of Jesus was a consequence of his preaching and behavior. He preached and acted in fidelity to God, with all the radical consequences this had for social and religious institutions and this led to confrontation

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Sister Mary Cecilia Giannitti, CSJ

We celebrate the life of S. Mary Cecilia Giannitti, a Sister of St. Joseph for seventy one years. She now enjoys the fullness of life revealed in Christ’s resurrection. Born to Vincent and Anna, Mary’s giftedness and love of music

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March 24

Holy Thursday Reflection Throughout his ministry, Jesus performed an action consistent enough to be widely noticed. He shared meals with people who were excluded by the Jewish purity laws. According to Jewish custom, one brought to the table only those

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Sister Marie Lucy Sullivan, CSJ

  In faith we believe that God is with us, and Marie is with God, and so we believe that Marie is here with us as we gather today to celebrate her love of Christ and her ministry to others

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