History honors dates of significant events, and the yearly calendar guides us from the mundane dates to those we anticipate with a day off work or to be grateful to those who have accomplished life changing feats.
BLAUVELT, NY - Friday, December 16, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt welcomed Chief Kevin Nulty, Sergeant Michael Boysa, and Captain Donald Butterworth of the Orangetown Police Department to St. Dominic’s Convent.
Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt Honor Orangetown Police Department With Prayer
BLAUVELT, NY (12/21/2016) – On Friday, December 16th, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt welcomed Chief Kevin Nulty, Sergeant Michael Boysa, and Captain Donald Butterworth of the Orangetown Police Department to St. Dominic’s Convent.
Called To Act - December 2016
Sustaining Hope: The Call of Justice
MY “YES” + YOUR “YES” = OUR “YES”
FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT
“When Joseph awoke,
he did as the angel of the Lord had commanded him
and took his wife into his home."
I don’t know about you but I am still trying to find my way into the Advent Journey this year. It seems as though this season of heralded hope and promise of the coming of love and justice is somewhere on the edges of my consciousness. I am not able to summon Advent to center space in my prayer or in the rest of my day to day life right now. There is something else preoccupying my spirit. I believe I am still absorbing the impact and consequences of our recent national elections and I am not ready at all to move into this beautiful season as fully as I would like. . From my conversations with friends and colleagues, I know this experience is not mine alone.
LOOK TO THE GOOD BEING DONE
THIRD SUNDAY OF ADVENT
John the Baptist sent his disciples to Jesus with this question,
“Are you the one who is to come, or should we look for another?”