Monday, June 27, 2011

Celebrating Good Old Times :-)

Hello everyone!

I know it may seem like I've been MIA since I haven't posted on the blog lately, sorry about that! But have no fear, I've been keeping myself busy. These days, I've been busy packing boxes for my move to Boston where I'll be entering the novitiate, the next step in the formation process. My parting from St. Louis will definitely be bittersweet. I'm very excited to begin the next step in this journey that I feel God is calling me to. I'm curious about what it'll be like to live at our Motherhouse, to see what the classes will be like, and I'm happy to be closer to home where my family and friends are. However there's a lot I'm going to miss about St. Louis. It's such a great city, I really do love it here. The people are so friendly! It's wonderful having the seminary so close and there are so many wonderful priests here in the Archdiocese ( I've had so many great experiences and have learned a lot during my time here. Thank you all so much, both St. Louisans and our blog readers, for all your prayers and support. It is truly appreciated. Please continue to remember me in your prayers as I take this next step and know that you'll remain in my prayers as well :)

God Bless you :)

Greetings y'all!

Words aren't enough to express the gratitude that fills my heart for the grande time that I've had with you all while in St Louis. Of course, you have been a BIG part of it, and I want to say - thank you! From the sisters in our community to the people we serve here in St. Louis, I have received blessing upon blessing and graces galore to grow, stretch and leap in my vocation and call to follow Jesus more closely in the Pauline way. Thank you for your love, prayers, encouragement and support in my journey here. As I move forward to the novitiate, I carry you all in my heart and prayers. I believe we will meet again (obviously, because its such a small world these days!). Please pray for me too and who knows, we may make "guest appearances" on the blog in the future :-)

God bless you!
Love and prayers,



Lisa said...

Bless you, both! I will pray specially for you during Novitiate. May you love your time tending the cloister garden of the heart!

_ said...

We'll miss you, Jackie and Laura. You both add so much beauty and joy to the St. Louis house! But I'm sure we'll see you at some point in Boston. God bless you as you take this next step in this amazing journey he has for you!

"Mom and Dad" Noble

Anonymous said...

Blessings to you two on your journey! I ask for your prayers as I am discerning a call to religious life.

Pax et bonum,

FSP Postulants said...

Hi all!

@ Lisa, thanks so much for your lovely note, prayers and blessings!

@ Mom and Dad Noble, thanks so much for your support and prayers. You remain in my thoughts and prayers!

@Eileen, thanks for the blessings. Please be assured of my prayers in your discernment journey. God is faithful. Be not afraid, persevere and simply trust in Him!

God bless you all,