Prayer

Pray for the 100,000

The Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities urge you to join us, along with mayors and those of all faiths in praying for the more than 100,000 souls lost during the coronavirus pandemic. At noon on Monday, June 1, please take a moment to bow your head in prayer for the dead and [...]

“Hallowed Be Thy Name”

By S. Marion Moeser For many years I understood the words in the Our Father, “Hallowed be thy name,” to mean that one should obey the second commandment: “You shall not invoke the name of the LORD, your God, in vain” (Exodus 20:7) — one should neither curse nor swear falsely using the divine name. [...]

6 Actions of the Heart During Lent– Our Journey

Share Spirituality through Works of Mercy Sister Rosemary Bucchi When we hear “Works of Mercy” we think of what we learned during religious instruction — the Corporal and Spiritual Acts (or Works) of Mercy. These are practices which Christians perform and the Catholic Church refers to as both penance and charity. Many of us are [...]

Sister Miriam Joseph Teresi, Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities: Morning grounds: coffee and prayer – Hawaii Catholic Herald

VIRIDITAS: SOUL GREENING Interviewed by Sister Malia Dominica Wong, O.P. Hawaii Catholic Herald I taught school for 24 years, worked in the parish for 26, and ministered in the hospital for 13 years. Working in the parish, my mornings were filled with visiting the elderly; my evenings were busy with RCIA class, working with the [...]

World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day focuses on cancer awareness and how to take action against the disease. Let us pray... Find more prayers for healing cancer - click here  

Prayer Leads to Serving Others

By Sister Marianne Ferguson As they continued their journey, Jesus and His disciples entered a village where a woman named Martha welcomed Him into her home. She had a sister, named Mary, who sat beside the Lord at His feet, listening to Him speak. Martha, burdened with much serving, came to Him and said, “Lord, [...]