Monthly Archives: July 2017

July 20

Reflection Understanding helps us to see the world beyond the accepted view. It involves intellectual knowledge but it is also rooted in practical insight. Through understanding, we see ourselves within the larger context of creation. It brings a spirit of

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July 19

Reflection What is it that a grown up Christianity has to freely offer the world? There is so much treasure in our household that we could generously distribute. We hold within our Scriptures an awareness of earth’s sacredness that could

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Sister Geraldine Cregg, CSJ

Sister Geraldine Cregg, CSJ died on July 18, 2017 in the 58th year of her religious life.

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July 18

Reflection The most telling measure of the meaning of kindness in life is memories of unkindness in our own: scenes from a childhood marked by the bullying of others, lack of appreciation for our efforts, sharp words, feeling ignored. There

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Josephine C. Adams, CSJ

Sister Josephine C. Adams, CSJ died on July 16, 2017 in the 72nd year of her religious life.

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July 17

Reflection Where can we buy enough food for them to eat? John 6:1-15  The scriptures remind us that all people are meant to share in the bounty of food produced in our world. In the readings, everyone ends up with

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July16

Reflection A sower went out to sow. and as he sowed, some seed fell on the path… Some fell on rocky ground…some seed fell among thorns… some seed fell on rich soil and produced fruit. Matthew 13:1-9   It is not

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July 15

Reflection Summer provides the contemplative eye with its own insights. It provides revelation in all colors. Summer has its own special sounds, Its fresh aromas, its own special tastes. In nature there is abundance, a variety and lush productivity. Summer

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July 14

Reflection In intercessory prayer we bring our concerns, hopes, fears, and joys to a God who cares for us as a parent cares for his or her child, a God who acts for our good in and through created causes.

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July 13

 Reflection An angry bitter attitude poisons us from within. It robs us of peace and turns life sour. Living in reality can neutralize this. It replaces resentment and anger with a realistic view. It is based in a healthy understanding

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