Monthly Archives

October 2016

The Saints, Part 1

By | Perspective

by Pr Adam White You might have noticed a few months ago that a banner of Mother Teresa appeared on the North side of the Newman Center just down the street with her words, “We shall never know all the good that a simple…

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That Which You Desire

By | Perspective

by Vicar Allison Johnson I’m not certain that I know many people who actually like vulnerability. I suppose it isn’t so bad when we are asked to enter into the vulnerability of others, but it still can be uncomfortable. Moreover, embracing one’s own vulnerability…

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Fall Break

By | News

How can it already be so close to Fall Break? Time is flying by, coffee is being consumed, and we are relishing the first tastes of pumpkin. Thank you, Fall. From the bottom of our hearts. The LC will be closed Saturday, Oct 15…

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HOW TO: Help Your Neighbor Sabbath

By | Perspective

by Jenna Olson “Sabbath is the great day of equality when all are equally at rest […] Because this one day breaks the pattern of coercion, all are like you, equal—equal worth, equal value, equal access, equal rest.” – Walter Brueggemann, Sabbath as Resistance…

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