What does the Visitation mean to me in my daily life?

First, the word “Visitation” has two dimensions, namely to visit oneself and to visit the other (unknown).

To visit oneself: it is this movement that makes contact with the inner self, to be able to master and know oneself, to have a certain knowledge of oneself as much on the spiritual and human level as on the psychological level.

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CTV Mass for Shut-Ins, Sunday, May 29, 2022

In celebration of the Feast of the Visitation May 31st and the 40th Anniversary of Associate Relationship, a special Mass for Shut-Ins was taped at our Lady of Fatima Church, Sydney River, N.S.

Father Bill Burke was the celebrant; Father Bedford Doucette did the welcome and introduction. Sister Gwen O'Neil, CND, read the first scripture passage, and the second reading and Prayers of the Faithful were read by Winnie Odo, Associate.

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“What does the Visitation mean to me in my daily life?”

How would you answer the following question: “What does the Visitation mean to me in my daily life?”

To answer this question, I see it in a first stage like in the mystery of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to her cousin Elizabeth, whose Visitation is one of the mysteries connected to the Incarnation. When the Angel of the Lord brought the announcement to Mary, the same Angel informed Mary that her cousin was six months pregnant in her old age. 

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Inspired
by our foundress,

Marguerite Bourgeoys

We are dedicated to our mission of liberating education
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We follow Jesus, the Light
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Sisters Silvia Leticia Corea Sagastume, CND and Minkada Onana Brigitte, CND (CND photo, 2013)

 

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Associate Relationship

Women and men committed to their baptismal call to live Jesus' mission of service, through justice, love and compassion in today's world.

As partners, sisters and associates, faithful to their personal vocation, commit themselves to proclaim by their entire life, the Good News of a God of Love.

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Sister Elizabeth King, CND, and Ms Yolande Cormier, associate, walking along the shore during an Associate Relationship meeting in Pensacola, Florida, USA
(Photo Sister Marilyn Doucette, CND, 2009)

 

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