Restoration

Restoration

June 2008

Them Little Ol’ Ladies — by Fr. Patrick McNulty. What an awful picture! It was made out of some kind of tacky reflective paper and had been placed in the store window in such a way that when you walked by, it picked up the...

Prayer at a Roadside Shrine — by Fr. David May. She gazes in the direction of the Madawaska River, though that river is hidden by trees and shrubs. Passers-by on our road do not see her either, since the majestic pines that survived the tornado of...

Combermere Diary (May-June 2008) — by Paulette Curran. As I write this, we are in the midst of the Easter Season—listening to the glorious Easter readings and singing the Easter hymns at Mass and enjoying the Easter decorations. We taper down the decorations as time...

Milestones (May-June 2008) — Assignments: Tom Kluger and Sandra Novecosky, Edmonton; Doreen Dykers, Regina; Aliz Trombitas, Vancouver. Deaths: Janine Gobeil’s father and David Williams’ mother; associate deacon Rev. Mr. Reinhart Wessing....

Our Hectic, Joyful Life — by Mary Beth Mitchell. At our house the practical necessities of our life, the needs of those who come or phone for help, and our own inner needs have drawn us much more deeply into prayer....

The Vocation of Women — by Genevieve S. Kineke. Roughly ten years into his pontificate, John Paul II penned an apostolic letter, Mulieris Dignitatem ("On the Dignity and Vocation of Women"). The letter indicated not only that he took women and their call to holiness...

One Man’s Scrap, Another Man’s Gold (May-June 2008) — After our white, snowy Easter (plus a long snowy winter), the snows are finally receding and soon we will see a fresh growth of loveliness in the form of grass and flowers. It seems like we waited a long time...

 

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