Friday was a day of “Now what?” with silent stillness to begin and open mic time to share. Ann Broderick spoke in the name of the whole leadership team of their ongoing commitment to exercising their contemplative presence, even sharing with the group their experiences with facilitator Bríd Long.
All the Sisters and Associates of Visitation Province will be receiving a compilation of reflections and personal commitments that were spoken in one voice at the end of mass – a true cacophony of energy flowing out into the not only the room but the universe.
Beginning our mornings in a prolonged period of contemplation of the Holy One, within and all around us, has been and continues to be gift. In that spirit we included in this morning’s prayer the election of delegates to the General Chapter from Visitation Province.
Deepening the call of our directional statement: Process was truly the operative word for the day’s work of making our statement come alive in the context of today’s reality.
Sr. Jo Badali has appointed Sr. Maco Cassetta as Formation Director for Visitation and Blessed Sacrament Provinces. We are grateful to Maco for accepting this position and we promise our prayerful support.