Write the vision down,  inscribe it on tablets, to be easily read,  since the vision is for its own time only; eager for its own fulfilment, it does not deceive; if it comes slowly, wait, for it will come, without fail.  (Habakkuk 2: 2-3)


A ‘movement’ just happens - it comes - it arrives - it propels - it causes to appear - it makes the new be really new! This movement begins with God and we must be free enough to let God act in us and through us.

God’s vision revealed to Medaille that the same mystery could be embodied in us. The interior soul knows and experiences the miracle of love in the Eucharist. “Effect in me a miracle of love.” (J.P. Medaille).

We are to become the God-bearers of Love! “Love Love and let Love love through you.”

Conscious of our call to wholeness, we feel urged to deepen the Trinitarian life within us through contemplation and move towards “having life in all its fullness.” (Jn 10:10)

‘A call to be a consecrated woman of HOPE’(P.G. 1999)

We are called and challenged to HOPE that resonates strongly to the call for ‘the more’ of our Founder….. to be the bearers of hope for the world.

We must shake up our foundation that makes hope possible, live hope and not just wait and look for it…. “Fierce faithfulness” this is called. A well of hope, a powerful urging in the depth of our soul, lies deep within each of us.

We can Live Each Day in Hope because Hope is
“An Imperative of the Heart” We will find New Hope and Desire to Go
Forward as Sisters of St. Joseph.