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Our religious life is a response to Jesus call

Our religious life is a response to Jesus call to follow him from Bethlehem, to the Cross and the Resurrection. Our life is grafted onto Christ's.  read more »

The eucharist cannot be separated from the whole church community

The Eucharist cannot be separated from the Church community. Through our participation in the Eucharistic we are in communion with the whole Church, the Body of Christ.  read more »

God, ‘the Hidden One’

God, ‘the Hidden One’ in the Eucharist, is close to us in all we live. We want to bear witness to this Presence. ‘The kingdom of God is very near, it is in our midst.  read more »

Community and Trinity

Through living in community we search to make visible the Mystery of God who is Trinity.  read more »

The beauty of community

Believing in the beauty of community.‘Making community life a priority, respecting the rhythm of different age groups.  read more »

Cultivate the human virtues

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Being a good Christian is more important than being a nun. We must cultivate the human virtues of hospitality and love to the highest possible decree and then add to them the virtues of the religious life.
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My prayer has always been

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My prayer has always been, Lord, send me any number of trials and any amount of suffering, but allow me to be always in perfect harmony with your Church.
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We must love people as Jesus loved them

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We must love people as Jesus loved them and since that is what his name ‘Jesus Saviour’ means, we like him, must make the salvation of all people the work of our life. It is by loving people that we learn to love God.
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The evangelisation that I am called to live

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The evangelisation that I am called to live is not through the word but through the presence of the Blessed Sacrament, the offering of the sacrifice of the Mass. It is through prayer and penance and the practice of the Gospel virtues - love, fraternal and universal love, sharing even my last mouthful of bread with every poor person, with every visitor, every stranger, and welcoming each person as a beloved brother or sister.
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