Daily Archives: January 16, 2014

Sister Mary deLourdes O’Brien, CSJ

Excellence tempered by gentleness peace and joy. The life of Sister Mary de Lourdes O’Brien exemplified these words. Born into a close knit family, they were intimately connected in the Brooklyn neighborhood of the Nativity Parish. Mary attended Nativity School, Bishop McDonnell High School and then entered the community. At Reception, she was given the name Sister Raymond Augustine. She

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January 16

Freedom of Religion Day Reflection  “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”                                                                         First Amendment of the US Constitution   Every year January 16 is observed as Freedom of Religion Day. To do violence in the name of being the only possessors of the true way to worship God is a

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