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Prayer for today - a reflection for Holy Week

In this Passion Week, we strengthen ourselves by absorbing the transcendent love that allowed Jesus to trust even unto death. By God’s grace, we will drink of the same cup and share in the same Resurrection.[More]

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Prayer for today - a reflection for the fifth week of Lent

What is it in our lives that clings to the old soil? What place in us will not let go of past hurts, harbored resentments, prejudices, false securities and fears? The conversion of our self-absorption is a lifelong spiritual challenge heard in the psalmist cry, “Create a clean heart within me, O God.”[More]

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Prayer for today - a reflection for the fourth week of Lent

In this week’s readings, the prophet Isaiah reiterates God’s challenge: “Behold I am about to create a new heavens and a new earth,” he says. “The things of the past shall not be remembered.” It is time to let go of the harbored hesitations keeping us from fullness of life in God. May we have the courage to take his hand, stand up and walk toward Easter.[More]

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Celebrate women religious during National Catholic Sisters Week

Celebrate women religious during National Catholic Sisters Week happening now through March 14. The week is an annual celebration and includes a series of events that instruct, enlighten and bring greater focus to the lives of women religious.[More]

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Foundation helps bring civil rights exhibit to South Carolina museum

The traveling civil rights exhibit, “Courage: The Vision to End Segregation and the Guts to Fight for It,” opened February 28 at the South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, South Carolina, with the support of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina.[More]

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