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At the heart of every vocation is the recognition of our dignity and the ideal that caring for each other is caring for God. We are bound by a common Creator, a loving God who asks all of us to be that love for others . . .

Each of us embodies the love of God in our time and place. Silences, action, mistakes, missteps, distractions, choices, attitudes, are all included in our path to holiness. The whole of our life, all the ups and downs, emerge as our reflection of Jesus Christ in the world today. By Sister Peggy Ryan, O.P. commenting on Pope Francis’ Gaudete Et Ex sultate, Rejoice and be Glad.

Question for reflection:

How do I embody the love of God today with the people living and working in my current context?

Rebecca McKenna, CND with members of the Vocation/Formation Committee


Justice Intentions for the New Year

KAIROS Canada is dedicated to Reconciliation and building new relationships with Indigenous Communities in Canada and around the world. KAIROS is calling us to keep close to our hearts two primary concerns that indigenous communities are living at this time.

The first is the Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The second is the ceremonial honouring of the registry of deceased children from residential schools.

Entitled, "Keeping Close to our Hearts," KAIROS calls for justice and prayer across Canada in 2020 beginning in Advent and ending on All Souls Day November 2, 2020.

During this year may we hold these two intentions in our hearts and prayer,

Gratefully,

Maura McGrath, CND (with members of Visitation Province JPIC & the KAIROS steering committee)

 

 

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