Sister Constance Veit
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Growing up in the Northeast, November was punctuated with traditional Thanksgiving observances. How well I remember the pilgrim and Native American costumes my mother made for my sisters and me to … more
I do a lot of outreach to the young on behalf of my religious congregation, so I try to be aware of trends in vocations work and the common traits of emerging generations. Recently I took some time … more
I hope you’re ready for Christmas — Christmas in July that is! I always assumed that this rather cheeky celebration was created in our homes for the elderly as way of helping us … more
As Little Sisters of the Poor we find our joy in sharing our lives with those whom many in our society would prefer to forget — the elderly poor.Our mission calls us to live far from the … more
May and June are usually full of celebrations, from Mother’s Day and first Communions to proms, graduations and weddings. These events are rich in meaning for individuals and families, … more
One of my favorite hymns is a recent addition to our Easter repertoire, Three Days. It begins with an expression of despair — “Three days our world was broken; the Lord of life lay … more
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