Service to God and Canada through membership in the Catholic Women's League of Canada has brought women into the light of God's love for all. We can go nowhere but forward to bring enrichment to the spiritual and corporal life of our parishes and their parishioners. (Source: Always Giving - a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Nova Scotia Provincial Council)
The Catholic Women's League of Canada approved the formation of the Nova Scotia Provincial Council on February 25, 1948.
MARCH 5, 2014
Greeting to members of the Catholic Women’s League in Nova Scotia!
With Ash Wednesday upon us it is time to prepare for Lent. As we receive ashes, we hear, "repent and believe in the Gospel" or "remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return". In the next 40 days, we seek out ways to purify our hearts, deepen our understanding, and strengthen our spirits. The Church encourages us to focus on prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. What better way than to turn to our Catholic Women’s League mandates to find a sacrifice to do or an intention to which to devote our prayers.
Personally, I am beginning a nightly process that I will share with you in case there may be those who would like to join me on a time of discovery, and hopefully bring me to Easter with a better understanding of myself and a renewed mission to change.
Each night I will ask 3 questions of myself and record the answers:
1. What good thing or things happened today? ( and thank God the Father for them);
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