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Are our desires the same as God’s?
In the 1990s, our Mother General Helen McLaughlin RSCJ wrote in her letter to the Society about “couch compassion.” It is a kind of compassion that we experience while sitting comfortably in front of the TV in warm slippers and … Continue reading
The Good Shepherd is one of the names of Jesus that speaks best to me. There is so much tenderness in the image of God carrying a man like a lamb on his shoulders. Often in prayer I see myself … Continue reading
This week I had the opportunity to eat breakfast with a girl from Rwanda and Slovakia. I learned then about the existence of an app that inspired me a lot – it’s called Be my eyes. It was created so … Continue reading
The resurrection is not only the fact that Jesus rose from the dead and that eternal life is also waiting for us. Resurrection happens every day among us, but often we cannot notice it, because it is inevitably connected with … Continue reading
While shopping on Saturday morning, as usual I went to the bakery for bread. I was surprised to see almost empty shelves. The saleswoman looked at me clearly embarrassed: – Almost nothing left, as if they were preparing for war! … Continue reading
Remember about the subtitles!
A gallery of modern art is very close to our home in Poznań. A small one, with the name of only one artist. I passed by many times, seeing pictures in the window. As usual in modern art, the interpretation … Continue reading
Recently I had the opportunity to attend a meeting with my Sisters from Europe in Budapest. At the prayer on the occasion of the World Day of Peace, we were to present graphically what in the last year in our … Continue reading
In this next blog, together with Ala rscj we talk about the eyes of Jesus and the fact, that we can see the same way. (Please turn on English subtitles!)