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Ad multos annos

By Sr Kathleen Keane on 18-Jan-18 12:57

We’re going to Zimbabwe, Sr Breda and I, because Sr Itayi is making her final vows and we are invited to the celebration!  It is a nostalgic trip for both of us, although Breda’s years in that lovely country far...

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“Trinity whom I adore”

By Sr Kathleen Keane on 29-Nov-17 16:23

Elizabeth of the Trinity is a saint of and for our time.  She centered her whole life on the Trinity dwelling within her.  She called the Father, Son and Spirit, “My Three”.   This indwelling can seem impossible to us, but...

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Beauty ever ancient, ever new…

By Sr Kathleen Keane on 08-Jul-17 16:57

We returned to Spanish Point after more than 50 years and recognised the reef of rocks jutting out into the bay.  The cliffs too, even though eroded here and there, remain etched in our memories, as of course does the...

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A still point…

By Sr Kathleen Keane on 28-May-17 16:06

It would be nice to visit the contemplative Visitation monastery in rural Sussex as Sue Gaisford did for “The Tablet” (‘View from the Convent’, The Tablet, 29 May 2017).  As a member of a mixed congregation (apostolic and contemplative) I have...

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Lamb of God

By Sr Kathleen Keane on 10-Apr-17 10:45

Easter is a time for lambs.  That must be where the joy comes from -they bring delight in different ways.  My Aunt Bridget declared at 87, that there was no joy like that of delivering a healthy lamb, even at dead...

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