GC 2014

Jesus said to the crowds…

Stillness filled the room during our faith sharing as it does every morning of our faith sharing. You could hear the rough mechanical working of the lawn machines. You could hear the building and outside… Continue reading

16th September marked Brenda Eagan’s Birthday, “Landing Day” for our sisters in North America and the 11th Anniversary of our Re Union as we sang “Happy Birthday” to Brenda and then to “US”.

Our singing quickly turned… Continue reading

Today is the celebration of  Our Lady of Sorrows

and  is the feast day of Sr. Catherine Ryan, a Servite Sister and one of our facilitators.

We had the Liturgy celebrated in English today and that was a… Continue reading

Yesterday we visited Javier, the birthplace of St. Francis Xavier. We toured the museum and his residence. Some attended Mass and others sat to pray in the chapel. All had time for a little peak in to history, some relaxation… Continue reading

A day of thanksgivings

The day began with the entire delegation of Chapter members and support staff gathered together in St. Ignatius Conversion Chapel for the celebration of the feast of the Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary.… Continue reading

Today’s Good News: “For if you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? (Luke 6:32)

Faith-sharing around today’s Gospel reading gave us another chance to go deeper to examine our own faithfulness to the word of… Continue reading

Today’s Good News for faith sharing was, “Blessed are you who are poor, for the kingdom of God is yours.” Luke 6:20. We read the entire Gospel of the day for reflection.

A mighty hush came over the Chapter Room… Continue reading

The day began with faith sharing in our “Consensus Groups” based on the gospel of the day.

The highlight of the day was Fr. Jose Antonio Pagola’s input and sharing: “Back to Jesus, the Christ…” He talked about “renovating” our… Continue reading

The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Our first full day of business began with faith sharing on the Gospel reading of theday, Matthew 1: 1-16, 18-23. We sat together in our “base groups” for the first timeprepared to share… Continue reading

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