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This Week's Priests

This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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The Humility of God

The Resurrection appearance accounts in the Gospels are fascinating, especially in their capturing the details of the humility of God as he meets his disciples right in their fears, disbeliefs, and incomprehension. Imagine (though this is beyond the human mind) that you are the Lord. You have just defeated death by rising from the dead. Were we to invent a God, now is when we would record something more flashy and dramatic. Perhaps the Sanhedrin falling en masse on their knees to declare Jesus as the Messiah. Or Caesar proclaiming Christ the new Emperor. Certainly we would have to write in a few showy miracles as he convinces with greater signs and wonders that he is truly risen from the dead.

But what does he do? He lets them touch him. Handle him. He asks if they have anything to eat. And they give God Incarnate and Resurrected some baked fish. And he eats it. He’s not into flash and dash. He wants no cowering subjects driven by fear. He wants our fellowship. Our friendship. Our trust. Our love. Thank him for his humility and magnanimity that we witness at every Mass.

Trust him enough to give him your little piece of baked fish and relish the Meal (the Eucharist, Himself) he desires to give you in return.

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Our Priest ChalkboardLearn more

This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Cheyenne. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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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/

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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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/

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This week we are praying in a special way for the priests of the Diocese of Kalamazoo, MI. Each week we will pray for 4 specific priests until we have prayed for all of the priests in the diocese. Please join us! #priestchalkboard ...

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The Humility of God

The Resurrection appearance accounts in the Gospels are fascinating, especially in their capturing the details of the humility of God as he meets his disciples right in their fears, disbeliefs, and incomprehension. Imagine (though this is beyond the human mind) that you are the Lord. You have just defeated death by rising from the dead. Were we to invent a God, now is when we would record something more flashy and dramatic. Perhaps the Sanhedrin falling en masse on their knees to declare Jesus as the Messiah. Or Caesar proclaiming Christ the new Emperor. Certainly we would have to write in a few showy miracles as he convinces with greater signs and wonders that he is truly risen from the dead.

But what does he do? He lets them touch him. Handle him. He asks if they have anything to eat. And they give God Incarnate and Resurrected some baked fish. And he eats it. He’s not into flash and dash. He wants no cowering subjects driven by fear. He wants our fellowship. Our friendship. Our trust. Our love. Thank him for his humility and magnanimity that we witness at every Mass.

Trust him enough to give him your little piece of baked fish and relish the Meal (the Eucharist, Himself) he desires to give you in return.

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Groaning Inwardly

Sometimes it seems that many people are focused more on their comfort here in time than in the hereafter. It pays to remember that life is indeed short and eternity long. And the prospect of Heaven’s rewards can be forgotten against the threat of the pains of hell. But thinking of redemption, a redemption that will one day include our resurrected bodies, is no small consolation amid the groans (both inward and outward) that accompany life and aging. In fact, staying focused on following the Lord as he guides us closer to himself for all eternity, makes offering up all our aches and pains not only easier but can transform the offering into an occasion of joy.

Be joyful whether your groans can be heard or not!

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This week the secular world celebrates Valentine’s Day with lots of romance, heart shaped boxes, and chocolate, among other things. It may help instead to recall that Saint Valentine was a martyr - a witness to Christ to the point of shedding his blood and dying for this belief in the Son of God.

It’s not that the world’s celebration of human love with greeting cards, flowers, and other tokens of affection is wrong. It speaks to the innate need everyone has to love and be loved. God, who is love, also desires this of us, but rightly ordered.

The small gift, the precious offering, a treasured exchange reminds the recipient of the other’s love even when the lover is absent. Even cloistered nuns practice this heartfelt exchange on a moment by moment basis. We have our formal prayers in chapel with our Lord exposed in the monstrance. But we cannot ignore him as we leave and go about our duties “in the pots and pans”. It takes but a glance at a crucifix, a statue, a relic, a holy card, an icon, a painting, a holy water font, and we can raise our hearts to him even without seeing him in the luna.

The idea of a little keepsake to bring the beloved to mind doesn't have its origin with greeting card companies or chocolatiers. It was God's idea first when he left us Himself, his very self, body blood soul and divinity, in the Blessed Sacrament. (cf: Matthew 28:20) #sisterreginacomicstrip
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Asking nuns when they retire or get to go on vacation is like asking a mother when she stops being a mom. As we are, in a very real sense, spiritual mothers, especially of priests, it is true that we don't take vacations or retire. While that may sound onerous and tiring to some, it is not when examined from the perspective of generosity. Think of it this way: it means that there always will be days full of gifts and graces to offer back to our Savior, to console his Sacred Heart, each moment of our lives, however full and busy they may be. This is just like the moms who never stop giving of themselves all their lives.

And whenever we do feel a little tired, we can look at the tabernacle or the crucifix and remember how much Jesus gave us. He gave us himself. With him, we can continue serving until he chooses to call us home. #sisterreginacomicstrip
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Meus maxime mortificatsio est vita communis. In English, “My greatest mortification is community life.” Saint John Berchmans

While that can be true, so can a surprising contrast, “Community life is my greatest joy.”
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