Posts Categorized: Religion

Mary Star of the Sea Feast Day – Reflections and Resources from Franciscan Sisters

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The first features a composition by U.W. Superior Professor Brett Jones, based on the traditional Marian Chant ‘Regina Caeli’, and insight from Duluth Diocese Bishop Daniel Felton. https://fscc-calledtobe.org/2022/09/22/mary-star-of-the-sea-feast-day-devotion/ Reflected Jones, “I have always been intrigued by the titles of St. Mary, in particular ‘Star of the Sea.’  So, I set out to compose a vibraphone… Read more »

Michigan Catholic Women 20-35 Invited To ‘Discern Across the Sea (Lake Michigan)’ This Fall

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“Maybe you’re a College, Grad Student or Post Graduate Young Catholic Professional from metro Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Gaylord, the Lakeshore… anywhere in the Lower Peninsula? And you’re just beginning to consider a call to consecrated life?“ reflected Vocation Directress Sr. Julie Ann Sheahan, OSF. “So we Franciscan Sisters invite you to Special Fall Retreats and… Read more »

PJ Library Offers Resources and a New Guide to Jewish High Holidays

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The three-week Jewish holiday season that begins with Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) is an annual celebration of growth – an autumn journey that Jewish tradition invites us to take year after year. This holiday season, PJ Library invites families to enrich and enliven their celebrations and traditions with A Time to Grow: A PJ… Read more »

Franciscan Sisters and Cistercian Nuns Invite Catholic Women to Discernment of Spirits Retreat

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Led by Franciscan Sister Jacqueline Spaniola OSF, the Discernment of Spirits Retreat offers insight to discern how the Holy Spirit speaks to you, and informs and inspires intentional life decisions. The retreat held at the singularly serene environment of the Cistercian Valley of Our Lady Monastery near Prairie du Sac Wisconsin will offer women an especially conducive… Read more »

KAILASA Madurai – the oldest Hindu papal state and monastic kingdom continuously feeds the thousands of thronging devotees on Chithirai Peruvizha celebrations

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The flag hoisting ceremony held on April 5th, 2022 at Adi Kailasa, Bengaluru, India,  officially inaugurated the start of this year’s Chithirai Peruvizha. The festivities will continue until April 16, 2022. For the past several years during this 10-day festival, KAILASA Madurai has been committed to continuously serve Annadhaan (free organic food distribution) to the… Read more »