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To be Human, Christian, Dominican is to be in relationship! How do I (we) respond??
Mount Saint Mary College mandated that all faculty planning to teach in the Fall must take an e-class course in basic Online Learning. Hope had stopped being a theological virtue and become the last resort of a drowning woman.
How many moments have we experienced the tension of our diversity and the redemptive grace of clarity?
How do we soften into our body? How do we nourish our spirit? How do we relate to others? Join us on Wednesday June 15th at 9:30 am EDT to discover tools for self-compassion.
Our song speaks of our encounters with the Divine as we acknowledge that the Divine presence permeates all aspects of cosmic life and all experiences of pain and joy we may be having personally.
On Saturday, June 13th from 10:30AM – 12:00PM EDT, Sister Jo-Ann will invite the public to process through some key parts of Chodron’s book at her program Reading Pema Chodron: When Things Fall Apart.
I am convinced that this container, full of grace, mystery, Hope and Presence, is the NOW where I am called to be.
I’ve never thought of Hope as a wish list (as in “I hope the weather is good tomorrow.”) No, Hope is holy root energy, grace planted here on Earth, grounded as we are and reaching for the light.
Hope is crucial to get through a time like this. By prayer and reaching out, we can be a beacon of hope during these trying times.
It was the path Jesus embarked upon and it is the path that we too must embrace as we enter into these final days of Lent.