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With Passiontide nearly upon us, it is time to focus our attention more intensely on the Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ. We hope that you have tried to make good use of the secret of making a good Lent that we shared with you earlier. With Passiontide nearly upon us,Our Lord will be

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So you want to know a secret to a holy Lent? As often as we Catholics are reminded of the Passion of Our Lord, our human nature is so weak that we forget what it really means: that God Himself became man so that He could die to save you and me from hell. “Greater

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You would like to know God? Look at the crucifix. You would like to love God? Look at the crucifix. You want to be happy with Him forever and forever? Look at the crucifix. You wonder what God is and what is He like? Look at the crucifix. You wonder what you are and what

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Since the month of June is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, it would be well to reflect upon the meaning and purpose of this holy devotion. Our life with the Church must lead inevitably to a life of holiness, for it is the mission of the Church to lead all men to salvation. If

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Welcome back, everyone! We hope that you had a very blessed

The Sisters would like to highlight a few items which you might find helpful during the grace-filled days of Lent. First of all, to derive as much spiritual fruit as possible from our Lenten observance, let us turn to Our Lady, the Mother of Sorrows, and spend these forty days in union with her. The

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The month of the Holy Family is coming to a close, and now the pre-Lenten season is just around the corner. Is it possible for these two themes to have a common thread? Absolutely, for God is simplicity! We can learn so many lessons from the Holy Family, the most perfect family that has ever

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Dear Friends, It’s that time of year, with the leaves falling and the temperatures dropping, and a wistful mood steals over us as we see nature slipping into a temporary “death” as it prepares for the winter. As Catholics, our thoughts instinctively turn to our beloved departed during the month of November, a time of

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