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The Year of Faith
Some resources TMD style, reflecting on our own approach to the Year of Faith
For those of our friends (known and unknown) who live at this end of the planet…
Saturday 30 November 6.30pm
All shepherds start with a sheep or two...
Four sisters were sitting together, Sr Angelique was knitting, Sr Athene crocheting , Sr Kisito making a distinguished looking pom-pom and the last, Sr Laetitia of course, was producing long woolly tubes on an 8 pin spool knitter (called Nancy). “What is the theme of the Carol Service”, Sr Angelique asked. “I’ll give you three guesses,” Sr Athene replied. “Ahh!” Sr Angelique exclaimed, “Sheep!”
“Well - and Shepherds,” Sr Athene agreed.
Sr Laetitia held up her 8 pin spool knitter (called Nancy) “I’ll do the legs,” she offered, “If Sr Kisito will do the body.” “What is the Guinness Book of Records for the biggest wooly pom-pom ever made,” Sr Kisito murmured...
The Blessing of St Colette
Now, so many people call in for the Blessing of St Colette, that we are praying the Chaplet of St Colette every Saturday at 12.30 and dear Mother will give the blessing with the veil of St Colette to any who wish to receive it. As God pleases, as God wills. You are always welcome - if you are this side of the world!
There will, however, be no blessing of St Colette from the Saturday before the first Sunday of Advent until the Feast of St Colette, except by private arrangement.