Restoration

Restoration

May 2010

Under the Mantle of Our Lady of Combermere — by Fr. David May. Some years ago, a group of about sixty Inuit young adults made their way to Combermere from the Canadian territory of Nunavut in Canada’s Far North. They were from the diocese of Churchill-Hudson Bay and had...

Hidden Among the Trees — by Paulette Curran. One of our associate priests from Ghana had a dream: he wanted to come to Canada to visit Our Lady of Combermere....

She Cannot Be Dismissed — by Catherine Doherty. Infinite and varied are the aspects of Mary that we can choose to write about. For she is all things to all men and women—mother, virgin, housewife, contemplative, mother of laymen and women, mother of priests...

She Is Our Mother — by Madonna House Staff. MH staff don’t often talk about our relationship with Our Lady, but here three of us do....

That’s Impossible! — How many people has Our Lady of Combermere touched, and how many prayers has she answered? Only she knows. Here are three of her stories....

Combermere Diary (May-June 2010) — by Paulette Curran. I am writing this column on Wednesday of Easter week, our first day back at work after our celebrations. And, as many of you know, we really celebrate....

 

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