Women of Hope

Women of Hope

Throughout our Scriptures, we are aware of incredible women who responded to the call of God.  Each of them stood in her own truth before God and each had an intimate and unique relationship with God. Martha and Mary are two Scriptural women who walked a journey of...
Jubilarian Reflection 2019

Jubilarian Reflection 2019

From left: Srs. Nancy Moroney, Diane Dupee, (top) Joanne Bonville, Patricia Sullivan, Mary Elizabeth DeBoer, Ann Jerome Kociolek, Veronica Miller, Andrea Jurewicz (bottom) Srs. Doris Thibault, Stephanie Frenette, Beth McCormick, Claire Sinotte On July 21st, we...
Lenten Reflection: Whatsoever You Do

Lenten Reflection: Whatsoever You Do

Many of us are quite familiar with the phrase “whatsoever you do” from a traditional Christian Hymn. And while I’m sure it evokes a multitude of thoughts for each of us, I’d like to share one experience I had several years ago that nudged me to...
Advent Reflection: Be Open to a Choir of Angels

Advent Reflection: Be Open to a Choir of Angels

As we know, Advent is a Season of waiting, of hoping, of preparing and of giving. I’d like to share what happened yesterday. This particular choir of Angels included people from New Hampshire, Schroon Lake, Peru, Plattsburgh, Ausable, and Chateaugay Lake –...
Choose Life, a Life That is Heart-Centered!

Choose Life, a Life That is Heart-Centered!

“Choose life and make life as meaningful as you can, regardless of your present situation.” Those were my opening words when I preached at Dannemora Maximum Security Prison at two services this weekend, standing in the sanctuary of the Church of St. Dismas and seeing...