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POPE’S PRAYER INTENTION FOR SEPTEMBER
September 7, 2021

An Environmentally Sustainable Lifestyle – We pray that we all will make courageous choices for a simple and environmentally sustainable lifestyle, rejoicing in our young people who are resolutely committed to this.

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NEWLY PROFESSED
September 7, 2021

“Our Lord Jesus Christ suffering in the persons of a multitude of sick and infirm of every kind, seeks relief at your hands.” On August 14, 2021, Sisters Benedetta Kalekye Malindi, Juana Matías Tomás, and Sharon Apiyo Anam made their first profession of vows at Villa de Matel Chapel, in Houston, Texas. The Sisters gathered for the Holy… View Article

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CONGRATULATIONS & BLESSINGS!
September 7, 2021

ENTERING NOVITIATE TO SR. FRIDAH KIRITO MUNJURI WHO ENTERED THE NOVITIATE ON AUGUST 15, 2021 Photos: left to right, Sr. Elizabeth Ann Hayes, Sr. Fridah and Sr. Edith Bulubisi Wasike “The purpose of the novitiate is initiation into religious life through the experience of communal and personal prayer, solitude and quiet; instruction in religious life and the… View Article

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POEM BY P. KARL RAHNER, S. J.
September 7, 2021

“Only in love can I find You, my God. In Love the gates of my soul spring open, allowing me to breathe a new air of freedom and forget my own petty self. In love my whole being streams forth out of the rigid confines of narrowness and anxious self-assertion, which make me a prisoner… View Article

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NATIONAL CATHOLIC REPORTER – EARTH BEAT, STORIES OF CLIMATE CRISIS, FAITH AND ACTION
September 7, 2021

The below article appeared in the National Catholic Reporter on August 27, 2021, and features comments by Sr. Ricca Dimalibot. Note: One of Sr. Ricca’s comments was misinterpreted regarding her treating Guatemalan patients at Point of Light Clinic. Sr. Ricca was speaking about other Congregational outreach efforts to vulnerable groups in Houston AS TEMPERATURES RISE WITH CLIMATE CHANGE, HOW… View Article

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MARY’S TIMELESS PRAYER
September 7, 2021

BY SR. FRANCESCA KEARNS, CCVI Mary’s joyful proclamation of the goodness of God in all of creation reverberates for all time. The Magnificat opens with Mary’s expression of her gladness, rejoicing that God has regarded her lowly state. Her words echo those of the Hebrew Scriptures and announce the liberation of the Incarnation. Mary’s is… View Article

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