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We invite you to Walk With Us as BVM sisters and associates share their reflections on spirituality, our daily life, and the charism of the BVM community as expressed in our core values: freedom, education, charity and justice. We welcome you to share your comments, your reflections and your questions.

Human Trafficking, Immigration Directly Linked

Graphic: Blue Campaign, U.S. Department of Homeland Security These days of National Migration Week have urged us anew to welcome and advocate for our sisters…

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Keep Advent Awareness in Every Season

Although the history of Advent has many branches resulting in various meanings for the word, many of us have from childhood on associated both the…

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Third Sunday of Advent: Are You the One?

If I were less artistically and technologically challenged, I would create a computer program that brings Isaiah 35:1-6 to life. The desert will stream with…

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Continues to Inspire Joy, Pride

We can learn much from the story of the Virgin of Guadalupe’s tender apparitions to humble, poor Juan Diego. But we can be enriched by…

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On Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Pray to Mary for National Unity

Painting by Roberta White, BVM On Dec. 8, 1868, co-founder of the BVM congregation, the Rev. Terence J. Donaghoe, had the happiness of celebrating Mass…

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Second Sunday of Advent: Hope Will Sustain Us, Especially in Tough Times

Advent is a time of hope . . . hope in the future, hope in the promises God has made to us. Advent reminds us…

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