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Do We Recognize Jesus "Passing By"

Do We Recognize Jesus "Passing By"

Do we desire God’s love like the blind man desires his sight? Pray with this Lectio Divina on last Sunday's Gospel: the healing of blind Bartimaeus in Mark 10:46-52.
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Holy Hour To Adore Jesus the Divine Master, Our Way, Truth, and Life

Holy Hour To Adore Jesus the Divine Master, Our Way, Truth, and Life

Tomorrow, October 28, 2018, the Pauline Family celebrates the Feast of Jesus, the Divine Master, Way, Truth, and Life.  We’d like to invite you to celebrate with us by sharing with you a Holy Hour of Adoration—which our Founder encouraged us to call our daily “visit with Jesus.” We pray that all of us may enter more fully into our relationship with Christ who truly is the Way, Truth, and Life for each of us and for all of humanity. Visit with Jesus, th...
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The Big Pauline Three! (Spirituality of the Daughters of St. Paul)

The Big Pauline Three! (Spirituality of the Daughters of St. Paul)

When I started discerning with the Daughters of St. Paul, one of the first things I wanted to know was how the Daughters prayed. What were their main devotions? Postulant Allison Gliot sums up the Eucharistic, Marian, and Pauline devotions of the Daughters of Saint Paul.
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Being “Extravagantly Generous” with God: A Lectio Divina

Being “Extravagantly Generous” with God: A Lectio Divina

God recklessly gives us an abundance of his love and desires that we respond to him just as generously: Lectio Divina meditation on Mary washing the feet of Jesus (John 12:2-9).
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Playing Hide-and-Seek with God: Lectio Divina

Playing Hide-and-Seek with God: Lectio Divina

Our God delights in seeking out what has been lost… and he is very persistent! Lectio Divina on the Parables of the Lost, found in Luke 15:1-32.
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Drawing Close to God's Merciful Heart: Lectio DIvina

Drawing Close to God's Merciful Heart: Lectio DIvina

This Lectio Divina meditation on the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:1-12) helps us to reflect on how we receive God’s loving mercy and show it to others.
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The Core of Your Identity Is Found in Jesus' Heart: Lectio Divina

The Core of Your Identity Is Found in Jesus' Heart: Lectio Divina

When God says, “I love you,” he is waiting with bated breath for your answer. Lectio Divina on the Transfiguration, Matthew 17:1-9. (Feast of the Transfiguration is August 6.)
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Vocation Discernment Stories from #MediaNuns

Vocation Discernment Stories from #MediaNuns

A free magazine of vocation stories from the #MediaNuns
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Lenten Ideas for Discerners!

Lenten Ideas for Discerners!

Lent: a great opportunity to deepen our relationship with God and recognize God's invitations in our lives.
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How Do You Know If YOU Are Called To Become a Sister?

How Do You Know If YOU Are Called To Become a Sister?

It's different for every person, because God works in a unique way with each of us.
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Journeying with Mary in Your Discernment

Journeying with Mary in Your Discernment

A free app, Discern It! is a novena to help us pray for the attitudes of Mary in our discernment: listening, receptivity, and wholehearted embrace of God's will.
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"Is Jesus Calling Me?" Lectio Divina

"Is Jesus Calling Me?" Lectio Divina

When we pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life, we frequently hear or use these words of Jesus: “Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few …’ ” (Matthew 9:35–38). The third article in our Lectio Divina series on discerning one's vocation.
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