Let God’s love shine through

Sitting in a small chapel in downtown Chicago I found myself drawn to the wall of stained glass windows. It reminded me of a story I heard about a child, who standing before a beautiful stained glass window of a saint, was asked, “Who is a saint?” Without hesitation he…

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Puzzled

Today I did the six-star Sudoku in the morning paper. It took me awhile. I had to write possible numbers in the corners of the little squares and puzzle over the spots that could be right for two (or five) different numbers. I was rather stuck-up about finally getting 81…

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Gentle giants

Today, as I drove along I-65 in northwestern Indiana I came upon gentle giants. Everywhere I looked, as far as the eye could see, there they were. They stood tall, rising out of the earth surrounded by what will soon become Autumn’s harvest. Their outstretched arms reaching to the heavens,…

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July 3, Jubilee Sunday

Today is a rainy day in Dayton, Ohio. But inside our motherhouse there is a lot of sunshine. Today we celebrated our annual Jubilee Sunday. Each year we gather to celebrate our anniversaries in religious life. In a special way we celebrate those who have been in the community for…

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July 1, Feast of the Precious Blood!

As I was sitting on the patio this morning my attention was drawn to the garden, specifically the dew laden bleeding heart. How appropriate! Blood is life! It carries life to every cell of the body, nourishing, hydrating, fighting disease, eliminating waste and so much more. Without blood, life ceases.…

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