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28/09/2016
'Smiles All Round!'
  Photo was taken yesterday at the Poor Clare's convent, College Road, Cork (Irl)  
 
Yesterday I had the privilege of bringing my 6th Year Religion class, from Coláiste Pobail Bheanntraí (Bantry Community College), on a visit to the Poor Clares convent. Few get such an opportunity and we were privileged to get the chance. We had time for Mass and prayer, followed by a chat with the sisters about their lives, their lifestyle and things they do each day. They had lots of words of encouragement for our 6th year students and we all agreed it was a great day when we got back home to Bantry later in the day.
Thought For Today

Thought For The Week

'We don't know how to look at God. We don't know where to look. We don't know what to look for. All we can do is complete the circuit' ~Richard Rohr

Sometimes our search for God can be confusing and frustrating. We sometimes don't know where to begin, what to say, how to explain or what we want. It can sometimes be too much and we choose to opt out or leave it to someone else. No one has all the answers when it comes to God or no one ever will. But we do know that with God, we have some sense of direction, meaning and purpose to life. Any electric supply needs a circuit for the current to flow. Any stop or gap and it just can't move.

As we journey through the coming week why not invite God into the gaps or holes in our lives and let God do the rest. It's not about knowing what to say or trying to find all the answers. Once we're open to God's blessings we have completed the circuit. Many people have great devotion to their Guardian angel. This coming Thursday, Sep 29th is the feast day of three archangels, Michael, Gabriel and Raphael. These archangels have deep roots in scripture and faith traditions. They are there to especially mind and protect us from all harm and danger. They also are there to guide, inspire and help us on our daily journey. They also help us to complete the circuit on our faith journey.

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