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Our Faiths:

Buddhist Faith:
An article on Karma

Hindu Faith:
The Nine Beliefs of Hinduism

The Nine Questions of Hinduism

Catholic/Christian Faith:

Jesus Himself explains the book of Revelations

Mother Mary prayers to bring comfort

What is the Rosary and why pray it?

Prayers to Jesus

Praying for the Dead brings Joy/Peace

St. Michael: Our best defence against Satan

Prayers to the Holy Face of Jesus

Praying for the Souls in Purgatory...why?

St. Lucy-Her story and Miracles

St. Gertrude the Great

Release 50,000 souls from Purgatory!

Why are Catholics so devoted to Mary?

Catholic Terms Defined

All Other Faiths:
Major Religions of the World

African Religious quote: It is not always physical bravery that counts. One must have the courage to face life as it is, to go through sorrows and always sacrifice oneself for the sake of others.
African Traditional Religions Kipsigis Saying (Kenya)

Jewish Faith:
The Basics of Jewish Faith

Jews and Buddhists

Islamic Faith:
Allahs Names and Attributes

The Five Pillars of Islam

The Basics of Islam

Muslim & Christian Miracles

Native American Faith:

Our relationship with Mother Earth

Experience a sweatlodge ceremony

We Are All Connected

This exists with that. That exists with this. When this ceases, so does that.

Spreading Harmony, Living Peace.

We must be willing to give in, to set aside our ego and pride, in order to live in peace. Peace starts within our own family. If we cannot have peace within our own family, how do we expect to live in peace with the rest of the world?

Peaceful mind, peaceful heart. Meditation is available to anyone of any religion. It is the doorway to beginning to live in peace. If you are rushing about every day, with not even 10 minutes time to calm yourself, to let your mind and heart settle, then how can you ever live peace?

Meditation can be as simple as sitting calmly, being aware of your breathing. Let the thoughts that come up in the mind, just wander off, like clouds floating by on a sunny day. Look at the thoughts, but do not get caught up in them. This is easier said, than done. Yet, as you meditate in this way, more and more, you will begin to realize that so much of our harried lives is so meaningless. Do we really need all that? Simplicity is the foundation of joy.

No matter what your faith is, what your religion is, everyone you meet and talk to, all want the same things, to live in peace, freedom, and happiness. Forgiveness is key in your journey to peace. If we don't forgive those who upset or intrude upon us, we will never have peace. People are people...they do things they don't realize sometimes. Meditation can help you to realize that sometimes the best thing to say is nothing, but to just listen.

I invite you to meditate today. tomorrow. next week. Just do it often and regularly, in a short amount of time, you will see and feel a difference. I guarantee it!

Namaste.
Sr. Frances

How do you live peace?

By thinking of how others will take what you say or do before you say or do them. By forgiving those that hurt you, even if it means swallowing your pride for a short time.

Being "right" doesn't make for a happy home or community. Let the other person be right for a change, and thereby allowing them to see that you value their opinions and ideas.

Listening to others with an open heart, and an open mind, rather than being quick to judge and/or condemn. Celebrate other peoples cultures and faiths, rather than trying to change everyone to think, belive, and do as you do. A garden of all the same flowers is a mighty boring garden. It is the variety of the cultures, faiths, and people that make our world such a wonderful and interesting place.

And most importantly...have peace in YOUR OWN HOME, WITH YOUR OWN FAMILY FIRST, THEN WITH THE COMMUNITY and then with the world. You cannot work for world peace if there is fighting in your own home. Do what it takes to create peace in your home first, and that will begin to change you in such a way that peace in the community will be much easier to obtain.

Please let me know what you think of the above article, and if I should write more about this topic. Thank you, God bless you, with gassho

Mother Frances

Quotes to think about:

Mother Theresa of Calcutta:



"There is only one God, and He is God to all; therefore it is important that everyone is seen as equal before God. I've always said we should help a Hindu become a better Hindu, a Muslim become a better Muslim, a Catholic become a better Catholic. We believe our work should be our example to people. We have among us 475 souls - 30 families are Catholic and the rest are all Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs - all different religions. But they all come to our prayers."

"There are so many religions and each one has it's different ways of following God."

- Blessed Mother Theresa


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Links of Interest:

Miraculous signs from God

Sr. Julie's Blog

Stories & Articles by Sr. Julie:
Virgin Worlds

Interfaith Web Sites

Links of interest

Interfaith Dialog

Prayers ARE answered

Children of God

Deeply moving meditations on the stations of the cross...as told by Jesus' own words to Vassula Ryden

Do you live your faith deeply?
Are you an example of love, peace, and harmony to others?

The "Good" News page, news from around the world about Miraculous happenings!

Miracle stories:

A Special Invitation to Pagans

Building Bridges

Give it Up for God?

The Power of Prayer
(a personal testimony)

Momma Mary,
Our "for real" Mother

Prayer: Our Secret Weapon Against Satan!

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Our Mission

We are the Sisters of Embracement, women dedicated to living our respective faiths deeply and devotedly being a living example of love, peace, and harmony to all the world. Our Sisters are dedicated to love, honor and respect all life and all people -- regardless of their religious or non-religious practices.

Our mission is to bring together in harmony those faiths that have a belief in An All-Enlightened Being/God or Truth. To show by our love and actions that This Being/God is The Motivating Force of our lives, our love, and our altruism. Living deeply our individual faiths we will show each other and the world that our various faiths are truly One Great Wisdom coming from One Great God Who is worshipped under Many Names: Tanka Shila Wanken Tanken, Grandfather Great Spirit, Brahman, Siva, Ganesh, Allah, Buddha, Yaweh, Abba, etc.

We love and respect all those who choose to practice a faith with no All-Enlightened Being/God, or who choose to believe in nothing. We hope that by our faith, our love, our lives, and our stories we will inspire those who have no faith in Buddha, Brahman, Ganesh, Allah, Yaweh, Tanka Shila Wanken Tanken, Abba, or Truth, to explore one of these True Paths to The Enlightened One and see what love and miracles can fill their lives and hearts. We sisters love you all, please come and feel The Good Energy of The Enlightened One, Tanka Shila Wankan Tanken, Buddha, Alla, Brahman, Truth, Yaweh, Grandfather Great Spirit, Gichi Manitu and many other Sides of Our Infinite God.

 

Peace be with you.

Sister Juliemarie
of the Sisters of Embracement


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