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“What does the Visitation mean to me in my daily life?”

How would you answer the following question: “What does the Visitation mean to me in my daily life?”

To answer this question, I see it in a first stage like in the mystery of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to her cousin Elizabeth, whose Visitation is one of the mysteries connected to the Incarnation. When the Angel of the Lord brought the announcement to Mary, the same Angel informed Mary that her cousin was six months pregnant in her old age. 

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What Does the Visitation Mean to Me in My Daily Life?

The Visitation in my daily life means being very attentive to the calls of God to be able to share the richness with the neediest, to listen, or simply to be with simple people. I am sharing this photo because the Visitation touches me deeply. Here, we are on our way to visit an old woman who has been bedridden for eight years. This experience revives the spirit of Mary when she rushes to her cousin’s home. Today, I went out in haste, like Mary, to be with the simple people. Also, through my apostolate, I am more attentive to this type of Visitation daily. It makes me enter the depth of what the person is sharing and leads me to a beautiful encounter. I am able to pray for these people and help them with what is within my reach. All these experiences make me revive my spring fountain to give them the freshness of unconditional love.

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News from Visitation Province

Members of the Marguerite Bourgeoys Bursary committee were most grateful to have the opportunity to gather at de Sève residence for the first time in over two years. During our three-day meeting and more, we delighted in the warm welcome and care of each one in the community.

Participating in the ministry to those who yearn to make the world a kinder place and who need financial help to realize their dream of study is a blessing. We are also grateful to each of you for your prayer.

Sisters Mildred Chabassol, Phyllis Gallant, Maura McGrath, Donna McInnis & Eileen McQuaid

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