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Fr. Dale: Reflection #19

The other day I was   out to lunch with my nephew.     I had eaten half of my salad when the waitress asked

Fr. Dale: Reflection #192021-02-12T12:43:26-07:00

Father Michael Lessard’s Reflection

“We know that the whole creation has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time.

Father Michael Lessard’s Reflection2021-02-03T15:57:19-07:00

Terri Thompson’s Reflection

Contemplative Prayer, Silence, and the Holy Spirit When I was preparing what topic to share in my reflection, I knew immediately,

Terri Thompson’s Reflection2021-02-12T12:11:12-07:00

Dennis Paschke’s Reflection

How Can You Love God Whom You Don’t See? I write this reflection somewhat reluctantly. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not as

Dennis Paschke’s Reflection2021-02-03T15:08:27-07:00

Charlotte Greene’s Reflection

I was honored to be asked to write this reflection. At this stage of my life I have a very long time

Charlotte Greene’s Reflection2021-02-03T14:45:36-07:00

Deacon Karen Klemens’ Reflection

Sometime in early 2019 as I was meandering through my favorite Seattle bookstore, a book jumped off the shelf and landed

Deacon Karen Klemens’ Reflection2021-02-03T15:10:22-07:00

Deacon Cheryl Armstrong’s Reflection

The beauty of nature captures our attention and awe. If we are still, present in the moment, we can hear nature

Deacon Cheryl Armstrong’s Reflection2021-02-03T15:21:13-07:00

Pastor Mark Dippre’s Reflection

The other day I sat down at my computer and found a quote printed out on the desk. It read: “I

Pastor Mark Dippre’s Reflection2021-02-03T15:21:57-07:00

Deacon Peter Palmer’s Reflection

The Lump of Coal Sometimes a recollection is sparked by a story of many years ago. My brother was very gifted as

Deacon Peter Palmer’s Reflection2021-02-03T15:30:17-07:00

Sylvia Monroe’s Reflection

WOW! GOD IS GOOD. As I reflect on this year, it has been a real journey with times of joy and gratitude

Sylvia Monroe’s Reflection2021-02-03T15:31:26-07:00
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