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Call to CelebrationGod of Love, we enter this space in gratitude for family relationships.We give thanks for fathers, mothers, uncles, aunts and the villages who nurtured us.You are a loving presence that guides us toward light.Thank you for the people who deepen our capacity in understanding light.We bask in the care that you reveal to us through relationships.Thank you for the ways in which the earth rejuvenates us.This is a day
We've all had some of "those" days where everything seems to go wrong. Before lunch we just want to pack it in and go home lie in bed and medicate with Ben and Jerry’s ice cream while binging on NETFLIX. On those days if Barbara Walters were to ask us what kind of tree we were, we would say a Weeping Willow Tree. Not a mighty Oak or Cedar from
The Season of Pentecost invites us to examine the peculiar ways in which the Spirit is moving. In today’s Gospel, the actions of Jesus are interpreted as demonic work in that Jesus moved and spoke in new ways that religious leaders and others were not accustomed to hearing and seeing. The “crowd” did not recognize this kind of authority so they named it as demonic; however, Jesus remained true to