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Second-year student, Maria Dusterhoft, shares her reflection on the doubts of Thomas in the Gospel reading for Divine Mercy Sunday, April 11, from John 20:19-31 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series joyfully proceeds through the Easter Season! Christ is risen! Alleluia!
Thursday, 01 April 2021 17:24 In Blog & Updates Tags
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Happy Easter!

God blesses us in so many different ways, each and every day: from the gift of Eternal Life (woo hoo!), to the gift of receiving Jesus —Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity— in the Eucharist (woo hoo!), to the gift that each of you are to us (that deserves another woo hoo!).


Thank you for being a part of the St. Therese extended family. From our immediate family of staff and students, to your family:

HAPPY EASTER and GOD BLESS :)

 

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HAPPY EASTER! Third-year student, Rebecca Skuban, shares her reflection on the Gospel reading for Easter Sunday, April 4, from John 20:1-18 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series joyfully enters into the Easter Season!
Third-year student, Kasmira Warawa, shares her reflection on the Gospel reading for Passion Sunday, March 28, from Mark 11:1-10 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series turns to the last Sunday of Lent.
Second-year student, Louise Fournier, shares her reflection on the Gospel reading for Sunday, March 21, the Fifth Sunday of Lent, from John 12:20-33 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series continues.
Wednesday, 17 March 2021 13:14 In "A Little Way-Word" Podcast Tags
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What is the spiritual space needed for an authentic love of neighbour? Third-year student Christian Bekolay joins Nick as they reflect on the importance of detachment and poverty of spirit in answering this question, drawing on Christian's second-year ISP (Independent Study Project) entitled "The Empty Embrace: Detachment and Relationship". Ultimately, these spiritual realities makes possible an ‘Empty Embrace’, a freedom for communion between one’s self, God, and each other.
Second-year student, Andrea Bator, shares this week's reflection on the Gospel reading for Sunday, March 14, the Forth Sunday of Lent, from John 3:14-21 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series continues.
Thursday, 11 March 2021 17:51 In "A Little Way-Word" Podcast Tags
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Joy is the air Christians breathe," says Pope Francis. Third year student, Kasmira Warawa, joins the podcast to discuss Pope Francis’ perspective on spiritual joy and Christian life. Stemming from a personal encounter with Jesus Christ, joy is a fruit of the Spirit and a defining virtue of the Church as an Easter people.
Second-year student, Emily Bourke, shares a reflection on the Gospel reading for Sunday, March 7, the Third Sunday of Lent, from John 2:13-25 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series presents reflections on this year's Lenten readings.
Second-year student, Zachary Lunghammer, shares a reflection on the Gospel reading for Sunday, February 28, the Second Sunday of Lent, from Mark 9:2-10 as our "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections 2020-2021 series presents reflections on this year's Lenten readings.
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