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It's taken me a lifetime to comprehend the fact that people in my community don't really know my background or 'where I come from', but also that I don't really know their background either. And yet, without family ties, we have something deeply in common with a shared understanding, background and tradition. This is really powerful and appreciation of it has grown with the years.
When I entered I didn't realise just how much my life and outlook would be affected by belonging to an International Community. what a gift! I know and share something very deep with others all over the world, many of whom I have got to know personally.
Carol Condon rscj
"It is a privilege and a joy to live in community especially when we hear so often that LONELINESS is the greatest dis-ease in many parts of the world today".
On returning from a day fulfilling my ministry, it is very important for me to come home to find companions, to pray with them and to share. "It is not good for man/woman to be alone!" Let us not forget that we are relational human beings. Any life lived in community has its ups and downs, its joys and its sorrows, the need to ásk forgiveness and to be forgiven. 'We try to live through Love in His presence - he is our strength and our companion on our journey alone and together. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!
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