Dearest Lord of all that is, that was, that shall be. You are the Alpha and Omega. We come to you in prayer, for all the world, as we are all one people under you God. We come to you Lord for our strength. We pray for the power of your peace throughout your churches […]
We are blessed as a nation to vote. As citizens of this country this is a right, an obligation, and a duty. Go vote. Vote your conscience. Your conscience is informed by what it means to love your neighbor, to participate in the process of seeking the common good, to participate in the process of […]
Lector: Lord, through Moses and Jesus, you taught us to love the Lord your God with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our mind, and with all our strength. We are blessed to be led by Michael, Greg, Berto, and Hugh who set a good example for us, may they […]
Dear Ones, As we gathered for the second day of the 108th Convention of the Diocese of Olympia in SeaTac, the news began to come that yet again, gun violence had taken the lives of innocent people, and yet again, inside a house of worship. We now know that the massacre at the Tree of […]
Both the 12:15 Thursday Eucharist and the 1:00 Spiritual Formation group are on vacation until November 29 while Berto is away in Europe.
Lector: Oh Great Mystery, Love beyond love, Sacred Heart of all that is…Let us reclaim the name of your son Jesus who walked with us on this earth. In his redemptive love help us to enact the things He taught in thought, word, and deed. Let our mouths be filled with laughter, our tongues with […]
Dear Ones, On Monday of this week, it came to light that the United States Department of Health and Human Services is attempting to redefine the legal definition of sex as “either male or female, unchangeable, and determined by the genitals that a person is born with,” under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act […]