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This Week's Priests

This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Toledo, Ohio. Each week we will pray for 6 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us!

Learn more about our priest chalkboard here:
https://nunsforpriests.org/our-priest-chalkboard/

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The Lord is my Shepherd and the one I want

The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. If you had everything you needed and wanted - could you hope for anything more? Would that mean you had no troubles? Having hope doesn't mean having no problems. It means you can trust the One to handle your problems and never abandon you in them. You shall not want for what? You shall not want for his presence, his love, his safety, his protection and guidance. The Good Shepherd didn't say we wouldn't have trouble (he said just the opposite) but we would always have him and he is the One who has overcome the world. This is the Shepherd we want with all our hearts.

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Our Priest ChalkboardLearn more

This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Toledo, Ohio. Each week we will pray for 6 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us!

Learn more about our priest chalkboard here:
https://nunsforpriests.org/our-priest-chalkboard/

#PriestChalkboard
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The Lord is my Shepherd and the one I want

The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want. If you had everything you needed and wanted - could you hope for anything more? Would that mean you had no troubles? Having hope doesn't mean having no problems. It means you can trust the One to handle your problems and never abandon you in them. You shall not want for what? You shall not want for his presence, his love, his safety, his protection and guidance. The Good Shepherd didn't say we wouldn't have trouble (he said just the opposite) but we would always have him and he is the One who has overcome the world. This is the Shepherd we want with all our hearts.

#SisterReginaComicStrip
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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Toledo, Ohio. Each week we will pray for 6 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us!

Learn more about our priest chalkboard here:
https://nunsforpriests.org/our-priest-chalkboard/

#PriestChalkboard
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Corpus Christi: If it’s really the Body of Christ, then how should we feel about it?

Catholics have much to be proud of in our Faith. While we can list many facets of the Church worthy of inspiration and emulation, be it in Church history or the lives of the Saints, the item that could arguably take first place calling for our pride in it, is the one that actually challenges our humility the most. And it’s not an ‘it’ or a ‘one’ or an ‘item’ at all. It’s Someone. It’s Jesus.

We’re speaking of the Source and Summit of our Faith: the Blessed Sacrament. The Eucharist: the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This is a reality we must celebrate with our whole being involving all our senses because, in the Incarnation, Jesus Christ came fully in the flesh, with the same senses we have, and he desired to remain with his Church for all time…physically. To give us the gift of the Eucharist, he gave us the Priesthood to make him truly and really present to us.

This should be mind blowing, jaw dropping, awe-inspiring…but so very few even care to appreciate what it means to have the Eucharist. Let alone the opportunity to receive Our Lord. Think of the humility of God! He abases himself to become the food of his proud, little children in order to demonstrate his yearning to be one with us.

If man invented a god, that god would demand humans be brought up to his own level of perfection by human sacrifice before they could communicate. But God, who created man, condescends to lower himself down to our fallen level through his sacrifice just for the chance we might acknowledge him to be who he claims to be. Our God and our All!

This Corpus Christi make it a point to thank God for coming to us so meekly yet so mightily. We will never be worthy of his sacrifice but he still desires to share his life with us. It’s easier than we think. As one of our dear Chaplains used to pray, “Dear Lord, give me real eyes that I may realize where the Real lies.” Acknowledge we are not God, acknowledge that God is God and he has a right to our repentance conversion contrition reparation and adoration.

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Toledo, Ohio. Each week we will pray for 6 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us!

Learn more about our priest chalkboard here:
https://nunsforpriests.org/our-priest-chalkboard/

#PriestChalkboard
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Commitment

We’ve been blessed to enjoy several Come and See vocational inquirers despite the pandemic. As we begin to accept candidates and aspirants to our formation program, it gives us an opportunity to reflect on the perennial aspects of vocational discernment regardless of differences between one generation and the next. There is much labeling and categorizing and over generalizations whether someone falls into X, Y, Z, Millennial or whatever the latest designator is.

It’s been said that some of the younger generations fear commitment and that may be true for some individuals. When we examine a candidate, it’s done on an individual basis with the goal of discerning together where that young woman may be called. It is heartening that, amid the stereotypes the world attempts to place on people, we are seeing a sincere desire in many young women to give themselves totally and completely to Christ. It enlivens and re-energizes our own vocations as we recall with gratitude those first stirrings in the heart when we heard him whisper, “Follow me” and responded with eager longing and a desire to give ourselves to him forever.

Please join us in prayers of gratitude for every woman seeking God’s will for her and exploring if he may be calling her to religious life. May they follow the Good Shepherd wholeheartedly in whatever walk of life he leads them to.

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