Community can offer a container that’s safe enough and supportive enough for the conversion process to take place. You have a group of people saying, “You can be who you are, we’ll support that, even if it’s painful, even if it’s uncomfortable.” That allowance helps us confront our own wounds. It helps other people – and ourselves – heal.

– Br. Nicholas Bartoli, SSJE


Way of Love: Daily Practice

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  1. Margo Whittaker on April 2, 2020 at 8:11 am

    Community becomes a place of healing when we share , we can be vulnerable, be honest. Zoom meetings, FaceBook video comments, amazing, text conversations, reconnections in this time of quarantine are blooming! Thank you, dear brothers.

  2. Keith FRANK Aldred on April 2, 2020 at 3:18 pm

    At this time of the virus, community is what will keep us together. May that blossom and may all God’s children respond to His love. God bless you all.

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