Monthly Archives: March 2014

Love

The law of love is so beautiful and amiable.  God has given it Himself to us.  Love conquers sorrows, persecutions and difficulties.  Mother Cabrini lived her life in the love of God and by her love of Him. Submitted by:  … Continue reading

Posted in Mother Cabrini's Philosophy of Living | Leave a comment

An MSC Snapshot: Sr. Barbara Leonardo

The Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (MSCs) is an international congregation of women religious present on six continents and in seventeen countries.  The MSCs are women who are drawn by the Heart of Jesus to be bearers of Christ’s … Continue reading

Posted in Together on the Journey: News from the Missionary Sisters | Leave a comment

Justice Matters: Our Interconnected Hemisphere

Dr. Cynthia Halpern leads a Spanish language oriented ECG 200 course Our Interconnected Hemisphere. As one of the Engagements with the Common Good courses, students combine coursework with community-based service learning through engagement with students in the Norristown Area school … Continue reading

Posted in Justice Matters, Our Singular Curriculum | Leave a comment

Grace

Every grace you have received is a special token of God’s love for you. God has bestowed  many graces on you because He loves you.   But remember all that He has done for you up to the present moment is … Continue reading

Posted in Mother Cabrini's Philosophy of Living | Leave a comment

MSC’s in Seattle, Washington

The Archdiocese of Seattle held an Advent Discernment Retreat at the University of Washington Newman Center on December 3, 2011. Sr. Renee Kittelson, MSC attended the vocation event along with twenty four others; twelve participants represented different religious orders, along … Continue reading

Posted in Together on the Journey: News from the Missionary Sisters

Justice Matters: Community Based Arts and Education

Dr. Nancy Watterson leads the ECG 200 course Community Based Arts and Education. As one of the Engagements with the Common Good courses, students are asked to consider how power, privilege, and difference affect the essential elements of the Common … Continue reading

Posted in Justice Matters, Our Singular Curriculum | Leave a comment