Readings of the day: RB 27Mass: Romans 9:1-5; Resp. Psalm 147; Luke 14:1-6
Jesus’ openness to others, including those who meant him harm, knew no bounds. Jesus embraced everyone: those who watched him closely and tested him, others who tried to run him out of town; the
jealous, envious, and self-righteous; the sick, lame, despised, poor, weak, and shunned. Saint Martin de Porres followed Jesus giving witness to His boundless love. He nursed and cured the sick
and plague-stricken; he was especially d
Readings of the day: RB 26Mass: Wisdom 3:1-9; Resp. Psalm 23; Romans 5:5-11 or Romans 6:3-9; John 6:37-40Readings of the day: RB 26
Mass: Wisdom 3:1-9; Resp. Psalm 23; Romans 5:5-11 or Romans 6:3-9; John 6:37-40
Ujehova ungumalusiwami angiyikuswela.
If my memory serves me right, the above is Psalm 23:1, in Zulu. This psalm verse became dear to me when I was serving in the U.S. Peace Corps in the Republic of South Africa nearly 20 years ago.
It happened on se
Today on this Solemnity of All Saints we have many things to be grateful for and to ponder. We celebrate the anniversary of the foundation of this monastery and honor our two sisters,
Godelieve and Veronique, who were part of the beginning of this monastery and continue to be faithful witnesses through their monastic calling, an inspiration for all of us. And today also
is an important moment for Redwoods as you Sr. Gertrude begin your probationary period….not a small step but one clearly of faith an
Readings of the day: RB 24Mass: Romans 8:18-25; Resp. Psalm 126; Luke 13:18-21
“To what shall I compare the Kingdom of God?It is like yeast that a woman took and mixed in with three measures of wheat flouruntil the whole batch of dough was leavened.”
If we hope for what we do not see, we wait with endurance.Hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured into our hearts through the holy Spirit that has been given
to us. In hope we were saved.