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2nd week of Easter

2nd week of Easter

As I arrived at my office this morning, a palm tree was being brought down. So many palms suffered tremendously from our “Ash Wednesday” freeze, here in San Antonio. I suppose many of the most hardy have survived. I know this tree, surrounded by the asphalt of our office parking lot, must be quite old. Most likely, it was planted when the Motherhouse was built in 1900, or shortly thereafter. I know nothing about palm trees .. their life expectancy in unpredictable climates, what can sabotage them, to what diseases are they susceptible … so my thoughts this morning are really about life and death, and the mystery of both.

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Human Dignity Knows No Borders

Human Dignity Knows No Borders

The CCVI Migrant, Immigrant, and Refugee Network in order to promote educational opportunities that broaden current and historical perspectives of the global migration crisis and the people impacted by movement and upheaval, presents a series of Webinars entitled: “Globalizing Compassion, Cooperation and Solidarity”.  “Human dignity knows no borders”, was the second webinar focusing on Pope Francis’ teaching on immigration at Fratelli Tutti.

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Triduum 2021

Triduum 2021

This resource has been provided to help us celebrate the most sacred days of our liturgical year – the Triduum. For each day, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil, there is a leader’s guide, in PDF format. Open the file in your computer, tablet (iPad), or smart phone (iPhone); it could be easier to facilitate the prayer if you print out the guide for each day. It is suggested that the leader familiarize themselves with the guide to be prepared to lead the prayer (this will also allow the leader the opportunity to contact us for questions etc. – CLICK HERE)

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