Category Archives: Mother of the Eucharist

Reflecting

I got an email over the weekend from Sr Joseph with one of the most simplistic subject lines: “Fwd: Oprah.” Last spring, Oprah, featured the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist (DSMME or SMMEs) on her show.  Apparently, … Continue reading

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A Quick Update

As I have mentioned in the past several posts, the DSMME put a deadline on my student loans. I have spoken with many KoC and other Catholic societies in the region and have been told not much can be started … Continue reading

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Change Is In the Air

I received an email from the D. Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist Sunday. It puts a demanding deadline on taking care of my student loans, one that will not be met, most likely. I was upset for a … Continue reading

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There’s Something About the Sisters of Mary

Why do you want to enter the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist? I want to enter the SMMEs for a few reasons. The first year of my discernment from 2006 through 2007 was spent in prayer and … Continue reading

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Oh, to be Heard by my Lord!

I am aching to put my thoughts and feelings into words for you, yet the task lingers before me. Words and sentences fail me – nothing sounds quite right. Perhaps that is fitting? Love is blind, especially when it comes … Continue reading

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