Niamh Palmer: The book has challenged me so much. It has shown me the dangers of mediocrity and superficiality!!
By Fr. Colum Power, SHM: Twenty-six unarmed Catholic civilians were shot by British soldiers in the Bogside Massacre on Bloody Sunday, the 10th of January 1972. Fourteen of them died. I was six years and four months old, in first class in primary school.
Sandra Rueda: Definitely in Sr. Kristen’s life and in Sr. Clare’s life I can see that God takes our desires when we give them up. He overflows in generosity and fulfills our desires in a way that we cannot even imagine, and this gives true joy to our hearts.
At the beginning of her life as a Servant Sister, this song—written by Félix Parral—helped Sr. Clare in her relationship with her heavenly Mother.
Giving and doing good to others is such a blessing! Blessed be God! He is the One Who does everything.
For the 2009 Christmas season, Sr. Clare wrote this article for HM Zoom+, the Home of the Mother Magazine for kids. We also have it recorded by Sr. Clare herself in Spanish. This Christmas, we pray for the grace to make Jesus the center of our hearts, like Sr. Clare writes at the end of the article. If He is missing, there will be a huge empty space like in this story about the jigsaw puzzle.
Michelle Sampilo: It took me only 2 days to finish all 426 pages (25 chapters). How fast is that? If I were not working, I would probably have finished the book in a day.
Celia Castro: I told Sr. Clare, “If you intercede for him and he gets better, I promise to write your congregation to tell them about your achievement.”
Sr. Sara Lozano: I thank the Lord for having her as a sister and for the time I did spend with her. I learned a lot from her.
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