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que quieromi jesus largo 

In her Letter to the Three Kings on January 6, 2016, Sr. Clare wrote: “There’s a song titled, ‘¿Qué quiero mi Jesús?’ [What Do I Want, My Jesus?]. I would like to live what the song says. Can you grant me this, or do I have to speak directly with Jesus Christ and His Mother?" These are the lyrics from that song. It is a poem by Pedro Calderón de la Barca, a Spanish priest and writer from the 17th century. May Our Lord grant us the grace to live what the lyrics of the song ask for.
 

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Homilia P Clare
September 17, 2016

Homily by Fr. Rafael Alonso Reymundo

The figure of Sr. Clare is stirring up interest every day. She is deceased sister who is still very alive. So alive, that she is in our hearts and has become a true example for us to follow.

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This song was written by Sr. Estela, SHM. Sr. Clare wrote the music for it. The song was inspired after a girls' pilgrimage to Cajas, Azuay, Ecuador, a Marian shrine where Our Lady is venerated under the title "The Guardian of the Faith."

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HomiliaApril 25, 2016

Fr. Fred Parke

This homily was given by Father Fred, pastor of Assumption Catholic Church in Jacksonville, Florida, in the memorial Mass that was celebrated for Sr. Clare.

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hom hermanas terremoto2April 18th, 2016

Fr. Rafael Alonso Reymundo

“We believe that the death of Jesus Christ is our redemption and life, and His resurrection is what gives us eternal life. Our hope fills us with joy, but it does not eliminate our pain. We may cry, but with tears of hope, the hope that one day we will see our Sisters.”

Fr. Rafael's Homily from the morning Mass, April 18th, 2016, after the earthquake in Ecuador.

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hom hermanas terremoto1April 18, 2016

Fr. Rafael Alonso Reymundo

"There’s a quote that you all have said many times when suffering is present: “The Lord knows.”"

Fr. Rafael's Homily from the evening Mass, April 18th, 2016, after the earthquake in Ecuador.

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HomiliaApril 17, 2016

P. Rafael Alonso Reymundo

This homily was given by Father Rafael in a Mass with the community just a little while after receiving the news of the earthquake in Ecuador. They were worried about the sisters who live there.

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