Lent—Kindness is a positive choice we can all make

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The smallest act of kindness,as well as the smallest act of bullying, can have a huge impact on the mental and spiritual well-being of any person. Choose Kindness!

3rd Sunday of Advent

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As we go about doing ordinary “good works” and making our kindness known to everyone, we open ourselves to knowing that God is truly near and in this way we have much cause for rejoicing.

Can you feel called by God even if you don’t believe in God?

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In this Random Nun Clip, a listener is startled to sense a call from God after watching nun videos. Hear the full Ask Sister podcast at AS205. Hosted by Sister Maxine with guest Sisters Connie Bach and Michele Dvorak.

The power of small acts of kindness

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In this Random Nun Clip, we talk about the spiritual legacy of Blessed Catherine Kaspar, foundress of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. Hear the full Ask Sister podcast at AS205. Hosted by Sister Maxine with guest Sisters Connie Bach and Michele Dvorak.

Beginning Lent

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As we move into the Lenten season, we often take on different practices to help us grow in our relationship with God. The church calls us to three ancient spiritual practices: prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. The three of course are inter-related but it's helpful to move into this season with an awareness of how we might embrace each one. Here are some thoughts as I reflect on my own Lenten journey ...