Monthly Archives: May 2018

May 24

Reflection The distinctions that we make in our human relationships do not apply when we put them in the eyes of God. We divide one another by race, skin color, nationality, and language. In God’s view all people are one. We divide one another socially, ethnically, educationally and economically. In God’s vision it does not matter whether we are rich…

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May 23

Reflection Real power is about presence. It’s the energy of knowing that you are who you are, and therefore speaking and acting from your authentic self. It doesn’t matter what your work is, it is your presence that’s the power. It’s not power over anybody else. It’s just the expression of who you are. Love is the real power. It’s…

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MAY 22

Reflection To be inspired in the Bible and in early Christianity was to be an open channel for the Holy Spirit- God breathing through you. We all have moments when we feel inspired. When the solution to some problem is given to us, when we are “on”, those moments when we can do no wrong, the wind has caught us…

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May 21

Reflection When did human beings become ‘temples of God’s Spirit”? Are we to believe that this only happened after the death of Jesus? Or can we believe that human beings have always been “temples of God’s Spirit”? Can we believe that God’s Spirit has always been present in the slow development of human species from its earliest beginnings? Can we…

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May 20

Pentecost  Reflection  All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit enabled them. Acts 2:1-13 The Holy Spirit is at the center of the Christian way. It is the living element, the operative mechanism for relating to God. It is that part of ourselves that is related to the Divine. The…

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May 19

Reflection We are all endowed with an inner transparency for the holy, for the mystery we call “God”. We are programed internally in the power of living spirit, always inviting us to attune more deeply to the Great Spirit who infuses the whole of creation. Whether we adopt a formal religion or not, we are innately spiritual and will remain…

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May 18

Endangered Species Day Reflection Each species no matter how small has an important role to play in the larger life community. The ecosystems of which each is a part took many hundreds of years to develop. Animals and plants cannot speak for themselves and for that reason we need to protect them. Protecting them is our responsibility. They have an…

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NextEra Energy Resources announces new solar plant in operation at Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood, New York campus

  Media Contact: NextEra Energy Resources, LLC Media Line: (561) 694-4442 Sisters of St. Joseph Tara Rogers: (631)273-1187 x126 NextEra Energy Resources announces new solar plant in operation at Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood, New York campus JUNO BEACH, Fla., February 6, 2018 – NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, announced the completion of a 1MW solar system on the Sisters of…

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Solar Array Event Media Advisory

Media Contact: Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood Tara Rogers: (631)273-1187 x126 or (631)431-6102 Media Advisory Solar Array, Rain Garden and Sustainable Landscaping Dedication Ceremony At The Sisters of St. Joseph’s Brentwood Campus   WHO:            Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood, NextEra Energy Resources, EmPower Solar,    The Nature Conservancy, Nelson Pope Voorhis Environmental Planning,      Environmental and Community Partners, and Local Government…

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May 17

Reflection Transformation originates in people who see a better way or a fairer world, people who reveal themselves, disclose their dreams, and unfold their hopes in the presence of others.  And this very unfolding, this revelation of raw, unharnessed desire, this deep ;longing to be a force for good in the world is what inspires others to feel their own…

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