Month: November 2021

November 2

By Clara Santoro | November 2, 2021 | Comments Off on November 2

All Souls Day Reflection Today we pause to remember our beloved dead and to celebrate their memories. It is important for us to consciously remember our loved ones who have died. It brings their lives back into the context of our daily experience and reminds us of the depth of each relationship. Remembering them is part of gratitude for all life held in being by the Source of all life. All…

Sister Anne Lorraine Hanna, CSJ

By Clara Santoro | November 1, 2021 | Comments Off on Sister Anne Lorraine Hanna, CSJ

We come together as a community to celebrate Sister Anne Lorraine Hanna who creatively and generously lived life to the fullest as a Sister of St. Joseph for 66 years. Born Joan Lorraine to James and Florence Hanna, Anne grew up in Queens, graduated from The Mary Louis Academy and received her Bachelors from Brentwood College. Anne’s ardent love of children and her concern for their well-being within the family…

November 1

By Clara Santoro | November 1, 2021 | Comments Off on November 1

All Saints Day Reflection To be human does not mean to be right, does not mean to be perfect. To be human means to take what there is and to make the best of it.  We have to realize that we’re good enough as we are; we never will be better, regardless of how much more we may know, how much more skill we may acquire, how much status or…