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We pray for all those affected by the coronavirus pandemic, their loved ones and especailly all our healthcare personnel.

Lectio divina" (Divine Reading) is a form of meditation rooted in liturgical celebration that dates back to early monastic communities.

As one reads and invites the Word to become a transforming lens that brings the events of daily living into focus, one can come to live more deeply and find the presence of God more readily in the events of each day.

The method of lectio divina follows four steps:

 lectio (reading),  meditatio (meditation),  contemplatio (contemplation),  oratio (prayer).”

Readings for Sunday, May 31, 2020: English, Spanish

Find more Easter readings and meditations on the US Conference of Catholic Bishops website. 

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God of power and mercy,

Keep in your mercy those men and women
who have died in the cause of freedom
and bring them safely
into your kingdom of justice and peace.

Amen.

Community celebrates Sr. Chai Hermoso's 25 years of consecrated life.

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