Author Archives: Linh Thuy

Reflection for October

NOW IS THE ACCEPTABLE TIME . . . One of my favourite children’s story books is A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh. It has so many little gems in it. At one point, Winnie the Pooh and his closest friend Piglet are sauntering along the path and Winne asks Piglet “What day is it called.” Piglet says, “It’s today!”  “That’s my ...

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Season of Creation 2020 1 September – 4 October


Create your own celebration of the following THE SEASON OF CREATION – 2020     The Spirit in Creation September 1      Creation Day September 6      1st Sunday in Creation –        Forest Sunday September 13    2nd Sunday in Creation –      Land Sunday September 20    3rd Sunday in Creation –       Wilderness/Ocean Sunday September 27    4th Sunday in Creation –       River Sunday October 1   ...

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Reflection for September


Since the beginning of August nine RNDMs from our provinces of India, Kenya, Myanmar and Vietnam have been following the Preparation Course for Perpetual Vows online hosted by the Balay Euphrasie Team in Davao, Philippines. Due to COIVID-19 no one could travel to Davao this year, consequently, all courses are presented online for the next three months. Some of the ...

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Reflection for August  


                                        Parting after parting. Sore loss and gnawing pain; Meeting grows half a sorrow because of parting again. When shall the day break that these things shall not be? When shall new earth be ours without a sea, and time that ...

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Reflection for July – Activities during Lockdown


All of us have felt at times during this most unusual situation a sense of loss, floating from one day to next, wondering what has happened. No one can answer why we are all in this situation.  If we watch the TV News, any channel, we are flooded with information and statistics that really mean so little to the ordinary ...

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Refection for June 2020

Awakening “Clear days bring the mountains down to my doorstep, calm nights give the rivers their say. The wind puts its hand on my shoulder some evenings, and then I don’t think, I just leave what I’m doing and I go the soul’s way” John Moriarty. An Autobiography © 2001 “I go the soul’s way” drawn to a place of ...

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