On March 19 2019, the community of Sacré-Coeur celebrated a mass of thanksgiving for our jubilarians Denyse Delisle, Hélène Dufour, Jacqueline d'Argy and Roseda Mendes (60 years), of Patricia Saint-Cyr and Rita Provencher (70 years), of Albertine Roy (75 years). During the offertory, one of the jubilarians brought a lit candle as a symbol while its meaning was given:
The lamp that we bring to the altar represents the life of each of our jubilarian sisters. The continual supply of the small drops of oil has made the light of Christ, which is in them, shine throughout their lives. These drops of oil have been and always remain all the little
things of everyday life: joy, generosity, kindness, humility and patience. The way to be silent, to pray, listen, welcome, forgive, act and encourage. These are the genuine little drops of love that have made, and continue to make, the life of each of our Jubilarian sisters burn with a lively flame.
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