Sermon: Grounded in the Bedrock of Faith

By Joyce Hollyday. January 29, 2017, Circle of Mercy, Asheville, NC Micah 6:8; Matthew 5:1-12 On the night of January 19th, the eve of the inauguration, several of us from Circle of Mercy’s immigration mission group gathered at the home that Bill and I share. We kept a vigil in the tradition of the Watch …

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Sacred Earth Camp – growing young leaders

By Sui-Taa-Kii, Danielle Black. Re-posted from http://www.vancouver.anglican.ca. Oki, my name is Sui-Taa-Kii, or “Rain Woman” from Treaty 7, or more respectfully, Blackfoot Territory, where we refer to ourselves as Niitsitapi, or “Original people.” I am an advocate for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and have spent the last year traveling across Turtle Island …

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The Catholicism That Made Pope Francis Possible

By Rose Marie Berger Re-posted from sojo.net. “Violence only exists with the help of the lie!” With these words Fr. Daniel Berrigan and I sealed our fate. It was the summer 1995. August sixth. We’d been invited read at the Washington National Cathedral’s service commemorating the 50th year since the U.S. used atomic weapons on …

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