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Wednesdays of Hope – The Feast of St. Dominic

Saint Dominic did not leave his sisters and brothers a wealth of written work. Therefore, I don’t have a quote of his  that talks about “hope.” Nevertheless, those who followed after him have written many words. What else would one expect from The Order… Continue Reading “Wednesdays of Hope – The Feast of St. Dominic”

Dominican Saint Martin de Porres

Saint Marin de Porres was well known for healing. He, a mestizo, never forgot his heritage and tended to the needs of the poor indigenous people of Lima. Once, after having been scolded by his superior for bringing an injured man to his room… Continue Reading “Dominican Saint Martin de Porres”

Seek Goodness

Seek goodness everywhere, and when it is found, bring it out of its hiding place and let it be free and unashamed. – William Saroyan

Mary Trusted God

Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception – a Feast of Mary. We look to her as a model in the way she responded to God’s call. She listened to God’s word, believed in its’ blessing, and thus acted on it, trusting that… Continue Reading “Mary Trusted God”

What Do We Long to See?

Wednesday’s Responsorial Psalm (from Psalm 27) speaks of the deepest longings of our hearts: One thing I ask of God;  this I seek: to dwell in the house of God all the days of my life, that I may gaze on  the loveliness of… Continue Reading “What Do We Long to See?”

Drawing Water with Joy

Wednesday’s Responsorial Psalm is from one of the Canticles of Isaiah (Isaiah 12:2-6) God is indeed my savior; I am confident and unafraid. My strength and my courage is God, who has been my savior. With joy will you draw water from the wells… Continue Reading “Drawing Water with Joy”

The Feast of Saint Dominic

  We celebrate the Feast of Saint Dominic on August 8th. Saint Dominic founded the Dominican Order 800 years ago: the nuns in 1206, the friars in 1216. This allows us to celebrate our special anniversary for ten years. You can find a brief… Continue Reading “The Feast of Saint Dominic”

Would You Ever Think about Walking through a New Doorway?

In today’s Gospel reading we see Jesus naming the Apostles and sending them (the word apostle means one who is sent) to do the ministry of preaching. All of us are called at the time of our baptism, and we are all sent to… Continue Reading “Would You Ever Think about Walking through a New Doorway?”