A Penitent Blogger

Mindful of my imperfections, seeking to know Truth more deeply and to live Love more fully.

Quid sum miser tunc dicturus? Quem patronum rogaturus? Cum vix iustus sit securus?
Recordare, Iesu pie, Quod sum causa tuae viae: Ne me perdas illa die...

Sunday, December 11, 2005

A Life of Contemplation

"Through contemplation, one sees the mystery of Christ behind all human experience - that He was always and is always there.

"A Cloistered Life

"An introduction to the world, not a separation from it. On the fringe of the world, it's noisy, cluttered, confused and complicated. To find its center you leave the fringe and begin a pilgrimage into a quiet world where God can speak in silence.

"A Life of Adoration

"Christ's Eucharistic presence is singled out for constant adoration. So central is He to the life of a Holy Spirit Adoration Sister that His presence is never left unadored.

"A Life of Community

"Your delicate journey is done in the company of like-minded and like-hearted women. Some are older and more experienced guides, others are younger, but all have their hearts centered upon Him.

"A Missionary Life

"You may never leave the States, but your prayers and concern will. The passion of your life is that Christ be known by all nations.

"A life lived with Him, in Him and through Him!"

"This is the cloistered life of the Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters."