Leadership Conference of Women Religious

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Update (May 2007)

I recently celebrated the Triduum with my parish community in Winona, Minnesota. It is made up of families and young single adults, people who love to sing, are intent about their spiritual life, and participate in many ways to make the community’s worship rich and challenging. The celebrant, the music, the ritual, and the full-throated participation and the quiet attentiveness all made for a deeply reverent and moving experience of God’s abundant goodness and loving presence. The image came of all of this together forming the resonance of a church organ – rich, full, and vibrating in my bones. It made me aware of the abundance that surrounds us each day.

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