7 Quick Takes Friday: Count Franciscan Easter Blessings

by Sister Julie Ann on April 25, 2014

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Easter invites an awake,  straight-forward song. Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity’s choice is Matthew Hardy’s One Thing I Ask. Psalm 27 expresses “boundless hope that God will bring rescue”. Click here to enjoy a free Easter music download.

Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity feature Matthew Hardy's One Thing I Ask

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Easter demands a response of whole-hearted commitment. If you need motivation, listen to St. Anne Catholic Community Chorale sing Lead Me On. Click here.

Franciscan Sisters feature St. Anne Catholic Community Choir Houston, TX

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Easter is a time to experiment with rising dough. Here’s a recipe that doesn’t need any kneeding! Thank God for the wonder of risen life! Click here.

Franciscan Sister Sue Ann makes roles for Easter

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Franciscan Sister Monica chats about her growing interest in environmentalism. This is good stuff! Click here to read about The Medieval Tree Hugger and Reluctant Franciscan.

St. Francis of Assisi with birds of the air

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Technology and Media education are here to stay. Read about 2 Franciscan Sisters who are making a difference in students lives at a Catholic high school and Catholic college. Click here to read about Sister Jane. Click here to see how Sister Christine teaches teachers.

Franciscan Sister Christine Stoller shows digital table to Silver Lake College of the Holy Family student.

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Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity Mother Generose Cahill offered wisdom on the value of imitation when desiring to make difficult actions back in 1954. It is continues to be relevant today.

Click here to read more.

Pope Francis and Franciscan Sister Elaine

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Easter invites ‘on the road’ Emmaus encounters every day. If you are considering a call to be a Franciscan Sister, invite us to meet you where you are. Meanwhile, may the Lord bless you this Easter Season and know we welcome you to visit us and pray for blessings of peace and joy!

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