Restoration

Restoration

June 2014

Notes From Near and Far: Vancouver — by Kay O’Shea. I arrived in Vancouver in June of last year. I had heard that it rains here all the time, so I couldn’t believe how beautiful a city it is. Trees, grass, and flowers everywhere, as well as...

Notes From Near and Far: St. Joseph’s House — by Sandra Novecosky. Wonder what’s been happening since our 50th anniversary? Well, for one thing, we are planning for a major renovation of our house, which will be taking place this summer. The walls will be coming down, and the...

Combermere Diary (May-June 2014) — by Paulette Curran. This year, we had a long, cold spring. The maple syrup season was two weeks late, and well into April, there was still lots of snow. Even now, at the end of that month, there are...

Milestones (May-June 2014) — Assignment: Christine Herlihy, England....

Jesus in Nazareth — by Fr. David May. This was written as a poem, but because it is so long, we are printing it in prose form. The baby’s mouth needs wiping; orange juice is curling round his chin. Nearby, the saw is...

That Which is New — by Hans Urs von Balthasar. That which is new is always the working of the Holy Spirit. It is not so much the first creation that is his work—this foundation is the work of the Father—but rather the transformation that...

Petroglyph — by Catherine de Vinck. Incised in the stone, wavy lines, a script of sorts, naming the age of the earth, beyond the localized, the familiar....

 

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