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  • 11:00 a.m. (French)
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Saint Anne

Historically speaking, we know very little about Saint Anne. The Bible says nothing about her, whereas other writings that circulated in the early Church speak about her at great length.

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The Annals of Saint Anne


January-February 2022
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Talking with others ...

The story of the Visitation is magnificent! (Luke 1, 39-56) It presents two women blessed by the grace of God. Mary chooses to go and visit her cousin Elisabeth. She wants to be by her side, spend time with her, comfort her in her loneliness and help her. Mary has to get on the road, leaves her home and give up her routine. Elisabeth welcomes her and allows herself to be inconvenienced by her Mary’s visit. Both will discover, together, the depth of the gift made to them, which brings them closer to one another. Then, Mary will leave and return home to patiently await the birth of Jesus, the Son of God.

Pathways of God

Talking with others

Someone gave me piece of advice a long time ago which has proved to be excellent (when I remember to put it into practice!) I was told, “If you want to enjoy a truly rich conversation, try asking questions instead of always talking about yourself and giving your opinion.” Jesus was known as a teacher. People came from near and far to listen and to learn from Him. They memorized His words and set them down for the following generations to read and remember them. His parables, His short sayings and His longer speeches all contain wisdom and truth which is more than relevant for our world today.