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A Bit of This and That About Our Sisters! FRANCISCAN LIFE - September 4, 2014 ... our sisters. They divided their time at their monthly meetings to include faith sharing as a major focus as well as studying the Third Order Rule that the sisters follow in order to getting to know our sisters better. The sisters explained how living the Third Order Rule forms the fabric of their daily lives in community. The companions also enjoyed the new study guide for companions on the Primacy of Christ—finding creative ways to approach the material as well as to share ways in which ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2014/09/a-bit-of-this-and-that-about-our-sisters.html
Meet Sister Catherine Georgine Portner! FRANCISCAN LIFE - August 14, 2014 Sr. Catherine Georgine is one of our sisters who lives in our retirement residence in Aston, Pennsylvania. She is a delightful woman--someone who can put you at ease within minutes of meeting her and probably have you chuckling along with her as she tell you about her experiences! Sr. Catherine Georgine (standing) stops to chat with Sr. Judith O'Neill who is celebrating her birthday with her sisters and Sr. Ruth Bernadette. When Sr. Catherine Georgine Portner celebrated ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2014/08/meet-sister-catherine-georgine-portner.html
Monastic Golden Jubilees SEEKING GOD - A BENEDICTINE BLOG - July 28, 2014 ... director, retreat leader and teacher throughout this time. "I have seen a tremendous amount of change," Sr. Joan said. "I was taught and trained in spirituality during the pre-Vatican II era, but have done all of my ministry in the post-Vatican II church. I have seen the laity claim their role (as spiritual ministers) and it has been very important to me to be flexible to the needs of the people, just as my community has been." Sr. Joan also noted that a highlight of her 50 ...http://qambenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/07/monastic-golden-jubilees.html
A Walk Down Memory Lane CATHOLIC WORKING MOM - May 31, 2014 ... come to pass in just another "blink of an eye." I have been incredibly blessed to be able to do something that I truly love for a living. There is a saying that goes, "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life." It is so true! I wish that for each of you! It is so ironic (God has a great sense of humor) that someone who loathed school from first through 12th grades would choose to make a living by going back into a classroom. I guess that my own experience was so negative, that ...http://danardoyle.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/a-walk-down-memory-lane/