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Reflections / Prayers / Ideas:
Resources to help you at home in dealing with the Covid-19 Pandemic: GEMS PDF Link 2, GEMS PDF Link 3
Mindful Pause Presented by Sister Esther Kennedy, OP. In these chaotic times, it is important to take time to stop and become aware of our own breathing to cultivate the quality of patience with ourselves and others. We can remember to trust that our life unfolds in its own unique rhythm, understanding that in patience lies our wisdom and joy. Every time we rest in stillness, like the lotus flower, we are nourished by the deep water of Divine Love. Public Access: Tuesdays and Fridays, beginning April 17. No registration needed. Free and open to all. Video Recordings: https://webercenter.org/mindful-pause
This Prayer Reflection page can help you focus your thoughts and prayers regarding the current health crisis in our world. Please use it and feel free to share with anyone who you think might appreciate some quiet time while staying indoors. – Nancy Mason Bordley
Don’t Pass this Up! Please click on this GEMS PDF link for some wonderful resources and ideas for use at home. With Holy Week and Easter quickly approaching you we can stay connected to one another in a multitude of ways. A special ’Thank You’ to Sr. Janet Schaeffler, OP, for compiling these resources for our use. Enjoy!
Please see the helpful article by Dr. A. Wolfelt on Nurturing Hope in Difficult Times.
An examination of conscience by the Ignatian Solidarity Network: Ignatian Examine
Stations of the Cross for use at home: Walking the Way of the Cross
If you use Facebook, check out the live morning and evening prayer services presented by David Haas. You can view these rituals by visiting his Facebook page. You will recognize his music from our Gather hymnal and you will remember that David has given workshops and concerts in our chapel.