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nunblog · 1d ago

Good News about Judgment Day

First, if you're reading this, the good news is that Judgment Day has not yet arrived, so you have time to prepare for it! This spiritual readiness is something that Jesus was not embarrasse...
nunblog · 5d ago

Pages from the Past: "Beautiful in its Time"

From 2011? While on Retreat.Look for the beautiful; for what is “fitting in its time”: it reveals God, it shows his fingerprints, his presence, his “it is good” from the Creation account spo...
nunblog · 1W ago

Hollywood Headlines

The headlines from Hollywood and New York say all anyone really needs to know about the situation. I learned quickly enough not to read the articles: TMI does not begin to express it. Of all...
nunblog · 2W ago

All Souls--Day of Consolation

All Souls' Day is one of my favorite Catholic observances, and only the other day did I realize why. It goes back. Way back.Me in fourth grade, the year I started at that new school (andthe ...
nunblog · 2W ago

Pages from the Past: On the Poor Souls

From 2013?Today I identify with the powerlessness of the Poor Souls. They can do nothing to change their situation, but they can do something “in” the situation, which is love God from where...
nunblog · 1M ago

Pages from the Past: the Eleventh Hour Workers

This parable highlights a shift from a contractual relationship (I’ll do this much; you’ll recompense me that much) to a relationship based on trust: I will trust you to pay what is fair; yo...
nunblog · 1M ago

Our Rosary Novena archive and a Nunblogger update

We completed our online Rosary novena last Friday, the 100th anniversary of Mary's final appearance to the three children of Fatima. It was an intense nine days for me and the sisters in the...
nunblog · 1M ago

Pages from the Past: Two Women of Great Faith

From 2013? Written as a prayer to Jesus.Andreas Herrlein [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsToday’s Gospel of the Syro-Phoenician woman absolutely delights me, as her faith delighted you,...
nunblog · 1M ago

On Icons, the Amish and Me

Relics, left to right: Bl. Francis X Seelos, St.Peter Chanel (above globe), St. Therese,  StMaria Goretti, St Ignatius of Loyola (at the feet of O.L. of Montserrat!). Bl Alberione'srelic is ...
nunblog · 1M ago

Fatima Rosary Novena--and an Invitation

This week the community will kick off our 2017 mission campaign with a Rosary Novena that will conclude on the evening of October 13--the 100th anniversary of the final apparition of Our Lad...