About Me

My Photo
Life is tough. Nuns are tougher.

Saturday, December 25, 2010

The Big Day!

The Christmas light s are on! Merry, merry Christmas, everyone!



8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas! I love this picture that you posted, it is full of such warmth and love. Thank you! And thank you for such a wonderful blog, I enjoy reading this...I hope you have a wonderful blessed Christmas and will look forward to reading more in the new year!

mph said...

Happy Christmas to you all and all your readers.

Nelson said...

A fuzzy on Limbo sister!
U wrote that Moses, Abraham and all others waited until Jesus opened the gates of heaven. Well, when were the gates closed before they were opened by Jesus? After Noah? After Adam? Did not Enoch ascend to live with God, as per Old testament? Moreover, Jesus depicted Abraham in heaven in the "poor Lazarus" parable. What about that?
Oh, getting more fuzzy, fuzzier than my studies , perhaps ( well is there a patron saint for fuzzy thinkers). Waiting for your answers sister..

Jenny said...

Hi Sister,

I love your blog it is very intersting. You talk alot about offering our suffering for the souls in Purgatory, is there a specific pray that we need to offer to do so?

Thanks
~Jenny

Jenny said...

Hi Sister,

I love your blog it is very intersting. You talk alot about offering our suffering for the souls in Purgatory, is there a specific pray that we need to offer to do so?

Thanks
~Jenny

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to you and the other Sisters! I just wanted to let you know that I am in RCIA and will become a full member of the church on Easter vigil. There's still a lot I don't understand, but your blog has been helpful. In fact, I wanted to let you know that your blog was, at least in part, responsible for my decision to come into the Church. So thank you for that! I wish my husband would come too. He was born Catholic, but his parents made him a Baptist some where along the way. Please pray, as I am too! Thanks for everything. Jennie

Anonymous said...

I also wanted to tell you that I usually read you over Kindle, so do not always see that comments. Haven't figured that one out yet. Any ideas, please let me know. Jennie (again)

Lauren said...

Hi Sister Mary Martha!

Would you happen to know the patron saint of Bishops, Dioceses, or priests? The Bishop of my Dioceses seems to have a strong disliking for my parish...he didn't even come when we got our first class relic on our Saint's Feast Day! I'd like a Saint that I can ask to pray for him to soften his heart toward our parish and stop dumping on us. I'd really like to keep our current priests longer than a year.

Thank you very much,
Lauren