Life as Mission, a reflection by Maureen Hickling MSS

Life as Mission, a reflection by Maureen Hickling MSS

Maureen Hickling MSS featured in our August 2020 newsletter. Here is the full version of Maureen’s beautiful reflection, which had been originally shared as part of our 2019 MSS Chapter Gathering. Maureen wrote: For more than 20 years now I have lived, moved and...
Would I sit with Homeless Jesus?

Would I sit with Homeless Jesus?

We are delighted to share this beautiful reflection, Where would I sit? by Penny Edman (pictured) who is a freelance writer based in Hobart, Tasmania. Penny has been a friend of our Community of Women since 1984, while still living in Bundaberg, Queensland. She is the...
From the heart of death: a reflection

From the heart of death: a reflection

Corrie van den Bosch MSS wrote the following reflection on 6 April 2020, the Monday of Holy Week. Though Good Friday has passed, there is much richness in these words to reflect upon. Our Holy Week liturgies are muted this year. COVID-19 prevents us from gathering in...
Circles of Silence

Circles of Silence

Corrie van den Bosh MSS writes in the August 2019 edition of Contemplative Evolution Network about a silent protest in support of our brothers and sisters being held in detention, and prays that we may grow our collective human consciousness of the Oneness of...