Monday, February 27, 2017

Abiding Together Podcast Launch!

Dear friends-
I am delighted to announce the official launch of the Abiding Together Podcast featuring two of my dear friends (Heather Khym and Michelle Benzinger) and myself.

We are praying that the podcast is a place you can go to find connection, rest, hope and some laughter!

It features honest content and authentic sharing and we invite you along on this journey together seeking Jesus Christ in vibrant discipleship in all the challenges and triumphs of life. 

Please visit our website www.abidingtogetherpodcast.com to find out more, hear the episodes and subscribe for new content!

Or subscribe on iTunes here

Please also help us by reviewing the podcast on iTunes, enabling reach as many people as possible!

God bless you and we hope you join us in Abiding Together


Thursday, November 10, 2016

It's Been A While!

I am sorry it's been such a long time since I've posted something.
Please know that I receive every comment that you submit and readily respond when I can.
Please also remember to include your email address in the body of your comment so I can respond to you!

Below is a small reflection by our SOLT member Sr. Anne Marie Walsh on the courage to be a missionary in whatever place we find ourselves.

Courageous Love

The meme on the left came off a page of Fr. Richard Heilman. I would like to reiterate something I posted once already, a thought of Pope Francis. The field of mission is the human person, not a foreign location. I'm amazed at how many people have to go to a foreign mission to see the "poor" for the first time. Anyone who cannot see that this country, (especially after watching the whole election cycle at this time) is mission territory is either incredibly oblivious to the state of souls here, or, is blinded by their own pride. Our country has ceased to be a light for the nations precisely because we are now so spiritually impoverished we are in need of those who will be light in this present darkness. I am not speaking from ignorance. I have been to countries all over the world in my work, and seen great material poverty. But in my own country, which I love, and which so many disparage, there is a need for courageous, loving people who are willing to lay down their lives to fight for the souls here whom Jesus also died forLet's not break our arms patting ourselves on the back for all the good we do for the poor out there, when members of our own household are perishing. This isn't a competition. Every soul, no matter the country it's found in, is priceless!Sr. Anne Marie Walsh, SOLT 











Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Love and Mercy Conference

Want to attend an awesome conference this summer? Check out our SOLT Love and Mercy Conference on July 8th and 9th at Our Lady of Corpus Christi in Corpus Christi, TX!

The evening and following day will feature great SOLT speakers and reflections on love and mercy in both English and Spanish.

See the flyer below for more details! Hope to see you there!


Monday, April 11, 2016

Project Light Films

Want to help out a good cause? Check out www.projectlightfilms.com and see their beautiful new film project ministering to teens.

People are doing great things in the Church and in the world!

You can donate to help create the film by visiting the website.

Here is the promo video for the project:






Thursday, April 07, 2016

The Vigil Project

I love finding new and beautiful things that people are doing. Check out The Vigil Project for some beautiful music and just plain beauty itself.

I am embedding a video featuring the song "Were You There" (I know it's Easter but it's just so lovely) and it gives you a taste of what they are up to!

You can find more awesomeness (and some Easter hymns) at www.thevigilproject.com


WERE YOU THERE // feat. Andrea Thomas - #VIGIL from 4PM Media on Vimeo.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

The Passing of Our SOLT Founder, Fr. James Flanagan

Our beloved SOLT Founder, Fr. James Flanagan, passed away this Holy Thursday morning surrounded by members of our community. He was 91.
We are incredibly grateful for the gift of his life, his vocation, his witness of holiness and his fidelity to God. May he rest in peace.

Read more about Fr. Flanagan and his passing from our SOLT website.


Monday, March 14, 2016

Contact Information

Hello dear readers-
Thank you for all of your questions and speaking invitations! Please remember to leave your email address in the body of your comment or else I will not be able to respond to you personally.

To the person who just shared with me their story and asked a personal discernment question, please leave me another comment with your email address!

Thanks! My prayers are with all of you in these last days of Lent.

Peace-
Sr. Miriam