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Liturgy & Benediction 12.14.08

Liturgy On this third Sunday of Advent, we give you thanks, our Father in heaven, and we praise you through our Lord Jesus Christ. You promised him as our Savior to a humanity gone astray. His truth is a light for those who seek, his power gives strength to the weak, his holiness brings forgiveness to sinners. For he is […]

Liturgy & Benediction 12.07.08

Liturgy We are sent; In the name of God, the Father of the poor; In the name of Jesus, the Son of justice; In the name of the Spirit, the spirit of mercy; To live out God’s promise, A promise that transforms and makes us new; providing signs of hope to all who struggle for a new world of justice […]

Liturgy & Benediction 11.30.08

Liturgy There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. We have walked and lived in darkness, but we have seen a great light… For a child has been born for us, a son given to us; authority rests upon his shoulders; and he is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. The Wise Men and […]

Simply Subtle

November 30 to December 28, 2009 The birth of Christ came without the fanfare that centuries of waiting expected. Instead, it came subtly through two young teenagers in the parking garage of a sleepy town. In an age of excessive consumption, let us recapture the original simplicity of Christ’s birth as we reflect and wait during this advent season. [Poster […]

Fake Empire

October 12 to November 23, 2008 The National sing a song called “Fake Empire”. One of the ideas is that we’re comfortable with our apple pies and diamond slippers so we don’t ask hard questions of the empire. We can take this both literally of the American Empire (paralleled to the Egyptian Empire that Moses was dealing with and was […]

Loving Your Parish

September 7 to October 5, 2008 The Catholic church would divide the city into regions called Parishes. A Parish would be established to care for the health and well-being of the entire region. Join us as we start a conversation about seeing our city and world as the Parish we have been entrusted with. Sept 7 – Q&A Sept 14 […]

The Rhythm of Ordinary Life

June 8 to August 17, 2008 During the summer, the rhythm of the Lectionary focuses on these weeks called ordinary weeks. In the busyness of western life we need these weeks to enjoy life, enjoy God, enjoy community, and rest. And this rhythm of life is built into the church calendar. Even in Scripture, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, even Jesus for […]