Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Courage to Trust Your Instincts

“Mother Theodore was proactive. She knew her capabilities and didn’t hesitate to take control of a situation. On her transatlantic voyage in 1843, the captain of the ship became ill after an altercation with a drunken sailor. Mother Theodore quickly … Continue reading

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Strength from Prayer

“What strength the soul draws from prayer! In the midst of a storm, how sweet is the calm it finds in the Heart of Jesus.” Quote from Saint Theodora/Mother Theodore Guerin’s Journals

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Gifts of the Magi

January 6th is noted throughout the world as the Epiphany, the Feast of the Three Kings. In many countries, the day is considered a holiday. It is the oldest of Christmas feasts and is in remembrance of when the magi … Continue reading

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