Hello Again From Cranaleith:
We face into the sacred days of Holy Week this year sharing the cross of Jesus with brothers and sisters throughout the earth.
This week,we offer opportunities to enrich your entry into Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Through the hope we share, may you find on Easter that “the world is new.”
All of us at Cranaleith continue hold you in our love and prayer, so grateful for the gift of your faith and for the countless ways you heal our world with your tenderness and your trust.
The Cranaleith Staff
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April is National Poetry month. As we at Cranaleith accompany you through these anguishing days to the peace of Easter, we’d like to periodically offer you some poems to carry our presence and our prayer to you.
We begin by offering a poem from the children’s book A Poem That Heals Fish by Jean-Pierre Simeon.
is when you hear
the heartbeat of a stone,
when words beat their wings.
It is a song sung in a cage.
is words turned upside down
the world is new.
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Resources From Home
With public celebrations of Holy Week/Easter ceremonies cancelled as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the following digital resources may be of interest. Source: Mercy World. Click here
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Lenten Virtual Retreats, Author and Cranaleith presenter, Christine Eberle suggests meaningful ways to observe Easter 2020 from home. Watch here
Soul Care – Reflections on Lent – Video
Source: GodSpace. Click here
Let us Gather in Spirit and Practice Meditation- Blog, Source: Leslie Porreca, RSM, Click here
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May Christ, the Morning Star who knows no setting, find this light ever burning in our hearts – The One who gives his light to all creation, Who teaches us to care for each other…and who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen.