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WHY ARE POOR CLARES BLOGGING? In all honesty, we never understood what they were until someone recommended that we begin our own! This is actually the way of it around Poor Clares usually. When my Superior explained to create a website, I had developed never seen the internet, did not know what a web link was, and had never heard of ‘google’! Yet, here I am, on my 3rd website!

And enjoying every minute from it! Since it is our concealed way of evangelizing! It’s our hidden way of growing the perfume of our life, of our contemplative presence. It’s with this in mind that we have created our new blog. It’s blogging from the mountaintop of our prayer and from the valley of daily responsibility. It’s writing our joys and problems – which are very heightened with the forthcoming construction of the new Monastery and Chapel.

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Our contemplative life is meant to be an motivation for all of you who are on the front lines! We hope these little method of evangelization give you some refreshment (and that our prayers give you ammunition, so to speak), to enable you to keep fighting the nice combat of the beliefs.

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