Dear Friends, The first day of summer was on June 21st and from that day on the days are becoming increasingly shorter. And they are already selling back to school materials. Every day is precious and so are the minutes. I always felt that there were not enough hours in a day. Now I
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On March 25th we welcomed Sr. Mary Claire, Sr. Rosalinda, Sr. Dolores and Sr. Barbara into our community of Eudist Servants of the 11th Hour. On April 23rd we welcome 4 more new candidates. We ask for prayers for their journey as they continue to see and find, and for the new Sisters as they
Top of the morning to you as we approach the day of the smiling Irish, St. Patrick’s Day. Our dear Mother Antonia was Irish and we can still hear her singing those Irish favorites. Although I’m Polish I remember well the St. Patrick’s Day parades in Pittsburgh were calm compared to Louisiana, where they would throw
Warm greetings to each one of you on this January morning. Thinking back on January, I’m remembering what has left an imprint on my mind. One of my memories was the night we took a homeless man to the Red Cross for an apparent broken jaw. When the admissions clerk asked for his address,
Dear Friends, Here in Tijuana it’s raining and that in itself is a gift. During this season we share our gifts. Even God gave us a gift. He poured out his mercy and gave us the gift of Jesus, his only son. How great is God as he doesn’t wait for us to change before
Dear Friends, Here in Tijuana it’s a fall Friday evening; the bars aren’t rocking yet because it’s only 9:30 P.M. They wait until you get into bed and then your room begins to vibrate with strange base noises. It also depends on who is having the party in the neighborhood as to what type and
Dear Friends As Fall approaches, I look back on August and we’ve had some pretty exciting things going on here in Tijuana. Our new Archbishop Francisco Moreno Barron has arrived. We attended the installation Mass and there was an elevation of cheers, ringing out of massive church bells and fireworks going on throughout the evening
Besides our community prayer times and mission work, we find that the most interesting conversations happen here in Tijuana at mealtimes. We make it a point not to talk about anyone because in her talks, Mother Antonia forbid her Sisters to gossip and not to be an initiator or an accomplice to tearing down someone’s
Dear Friends, I began writing this letter on Good Friday…Interrupted a few times so hopefully I’ll get it out tonight. We Sisters spent the last two days of devotion in the Prison. Yesterday Thurs., was the washing of the feet and Mass. Today (Friday) we did the Stations of the Cross in the visiting area