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8 thoughts on “Reflections”

  1. I have never met Jack Morris, but the prayer was posted on Facebook by Catholics United. And Google led me here.

    Although I have a Jesuit education, I have 2 brothers who were taught by Franciscans, so I carry the prayer of St. Francis with me. Tonight I offer it for Jack Morris.

  2. Sr. Rebecca Abiyo from Uganda East Africa,
    Fr. jack is very dear to me. He is Father, Mother, and a great spiritual mentor to me. He is very supportive in my apostolate among the girls in high school where I am the Headmasters. I knew Fr. Jack since 1994 in Adjumani- Uganda when he was working with Jesuit Refugee Service. He is such a wonderful Man of God. I will miss him greatly and my students too will miss him. May God the giver reward him abundantly. Amen.


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