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Prayer To St. Patrick

Hail Glorious St. Patrick, We Honor You This Day

As In Many Days Of Yore.

For You Brought Good News Of Jesus

To The Land Of Erin's Shore.

With The Father And The Spirit In The Shamrock Held Aloft, Light Emerged From Darkness; Hope Pervaded All.

But In This Time Of Covid, With A World In Disarray

Our Lilt In Favorite Ditties And Our Step In Celtic Dance

Is Muted In Our Land,

While Hints Of War And Conquest Replace The Festive Band.

Plead For Our World Dear Saint Of The Isles To Our God Three In One, To Convert Us Anew

To The Message Of Jesus - To A Love That Subdues The Evil Around Us,

That We Might Have Life - A Life To The Full.

Amen

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News from Visitation Province

Save the Date! March 14th Zoom Lunch and Learn – “Calls for Justice” with Senator Michèle Audette by PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women |

This is the third in a special series of online Lunch & Learn events on issues that affect the status of women.

“Calls for Justice” will feature guest presenter Senator Michèle Audette, former Commissioner of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls and former President of the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC). https://peistatusofwomen.ca/2022/03/08/zoom-lunch- and-learn-calls-for-justice/

Marie-Norma Gallant, CND Wellington, PEI

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Lenten Reflection The Awkward Season – 2nd Sunday of Lent Week of March 7, 2022

Pamela C. Hawkins, wrote a Lenten guide in 2009 where she referred to Lent as the “Awkward Season.” She reflected that while she was never confused as to where Lent leads, to Easter, she was never quite certain of how to prepare and follow the season of Lent. She noted that it is a sacred season that begins in the middle of the week, not on a Sunday, which is where we usually begin a liturgical season.

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