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A Lenten Reflection: Can You Drink the Cup?
March 14, 2015 10:00am - 3:00pm

Theme: The Oblate Sisters of Providence Women's Lenten Retreat

Come join us as we reflect on daily experiences in life, Sacred Scripture, Historical Events, Prayer, Love, etc. Sr. Annette Beecham, OSP, Retreat Facilitator.

Location: 701 Gun Road, Baltimore MD 21227

Cost: $30.00 per person to include continental breakfast, lunch and retreat material.

Registration Info: Online registration will begin in February 2015 and can be done at www.ooblatesistersvocations.com

For more information, contact: Sister Marcia Hall, OSP at sr.marcia@yahoo.com or at 410.499.4617.

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March 2015 | April 2015
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1
Listen today to God’s voice speaking in your heart (Mark9:7)

2
Jesus invites us to imitate God’s compassion (Luke 6:36)
3
What can you do for someone else without seeking attention? (Matthew 23:11-12)

Preview Upcoming EventsEvening of Reflection on the feast of Saint Katharine Drexel

 

4
Jesus insists that we will be rewarded for our service to others (Matthew 20:27-28)
5
Only God knows us through and through (Jeremiah: 17: 9-10)

6
How can we make Jesus the Foundation of our life? (Matthew 21:42)
7
Let us be open to God’s surprising ways with us. (Micah 7:18-19)

8
Which commandment do you most need to keep today? (Exodus 20:5-6)
9
Let us always try to do what God wants, even if it seems strange to us. (2 Kings 5:13-14)
10
Let us turn our hearts completely to God today. (Daniel 3:39, 41-42)
11
How can you teach others about God’s ways today? (Matthew 5:19)
12
When evil is stopped, God can enter to be with us. (Luke 11:20)
13
What do you most need to do today to follow God’s ways? (Hosea 14:10)

Preview Upcoming EventsSouthern Regional Conference of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal
14
Let us return to God for healing and new life. (Hosea 6:1-2)

Preview Upcoming EventsAnnual Women’s Lenten Retreat

Preview Upcoming Events6th conference on Faith, Deafness, and Disabilities

Preview Upcoming EventsA Lenten Reflection: Can You Drink the Cup?

 

15
Where has God’s new life been working in you this Lent? (Ephesians 2:4-5)
16
Jesus will give us new life if we just trust him. (John 4:50)
17
Through Jesus we have access to God for new life. (Psalm 102:2-3)
18
Trust that, like a mother, God never forgets you. (Isaiah 49:15)
19
Like Joseph, let us help bring Jesus to birth in our world. (Matthew 1:20-24)
20
Look at Jesus’ words and actions to learn about God. (John 7:28-29)



Preview Upcoming EventsThree Day Lenten Revival 2015
21
Let us cry out to God when we feel overwhelmed by our troubles. (Psalm 7:2-3)

Preview Upcoming Events3rd Annual Archdiocesan Women's Conference 2015

Preview Upcoming EventsMarried Couples Way to the Cross
22
What must you die to today so Christ might live in you? (John 12:23-26)
23
We are all sinners and should not quickly condemn others. (John 8:7)
24
Jesus sets the example of how to act with forgiveness and love. (John 8:28-29)

 

25
Like Mary, say "yes" to God so Christ can be born in your heart. (Luke 1: 37-38)
26
Jesus promises that if we keep his word we shall live forever. (John 8:51)
27
When you feel alone, remember that God is always with you. (Jeremiah 20:10-11)
28
Jesus’ death joins us together as God’s children. (John 11:51-52)
29
How can you follow Jesus’ example of suffering service? (Philippians 2:6-8)

 

30
We need not fear for God is with us in suffering. (Psalm 27:1-2)
31
Let us not betray or deny Jesus today. (John 13:21, 38)
       
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