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Walking with Mary to the Cross Series-6
6 – Mary at the Wedding in Cana – Mother of those in need On the third day there was a marriage at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; Jesus also was invited to the marriage, … Continue reading
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Walking with Mary to the Cross Series-5
5 – Mary and the loss of Jesus at the Temple – Mary protector of the lost “Now his parents went to Jerusalem every year at the feast of the Passover. And when he was twelve years old, they went … Continue reading
Walking with Mary to the Cross Series-4
4 – Mary and the Flight to Egypt – Mary most obedient Have you ever had something happen to you that set your adrenaline soaring? Years ago a friend and I decided to go camping with a pop-up trailer. We … Continue reading
Walking with Mary to the Cross Series-3
3 – Mary and the Presentation of our Lord in the Temple – Mary Most Pure We all know the story of the Presentation of our Lord in the Temple – it was Jewish Law given by Moses that after … Continue reading
Walking with Mary to the Cross Series-2
2 – Mary at Bethlehem – Mary Mother of the newborn King Today’s blog post brings us to the Nativity, where Mary relies upon the grace of God and shares her Son with the world. She cannot control the outcome … Continue reading
Walking with Mary to the Cross Series-1
1 – Mary Conceived without sin – Mary Immaculate I grew up in a Catholic household where Mary was visible – there were statues in our home and Hail Mary prayers at school. I’m not sure I ever stopped to … Continue reading
Who do you say I am?
I say I am a beloved daughter of the most high God. Pondering what that statement means, I turn and look at the holy face of Jesus. This beautiful olive wood carving of his holy face was given to me … Continue reading
Holy indifference seems to be coming up a lot lately in my conversations with various Directees. It gave me food for thought on how much St. Ignatius has really pegged spot on the way to live our lives in accordance … Continue reading
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