Monthly Archives: December 2020

December 4

Reflection Advent prayer is filled with prophetic voices calling us to new life. One of the themes of Advent is to awaken, to open our eyes and to see what surrounds us. There can be a new vision, a message of hope, of love, of unity and a renewed relationship with one another in God. In this stressful time we

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December 3

Reflection Advent is about patience. Advent is about waiting. Waiting goes against our expectation of an instant response. It is not popular especially now. We don’t like to wait for anything even in our spiritual lives. Christmas will come. We will celebrate the birth of Jesus. But, first there must be the weeks of Advent to calm us, focus us,

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December 2

Reflection Today we mark the 40th anniversary of three religious sisters and one laywoman who were brutally murdered on December 2, 1980 for their ministry and dedication to those living in poverty. They were killed by the U.S.-supported Salvadoran military  They were considered subversives because they were accompanying refugee families who were victims to the violence and oppression that eventually

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December 1

Reflection Our lives are a constant Advent season: we are continually waiting. We want to become, to discover, to be complete, to be fulfilled. We see this in the distance as something coming. We look to the birth of Jesus as God coming among us, yet the truth is that God is already here. God is the Source of All

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