Sunday by Sunday editor Joan Mitchell, CSJ, is leading conversations on Care for Our Common Home, Laudato Si’, the new encyclical on ecology from Pope Francis. If you are in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area, join the dialog August 27, September 3, 10, 17 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at Carondelet Center, 1890 Randolph Ave., St.Continue reading
Pope Francis will be visiting the United States September 22-27, 2015. Welcome him by downloading this FREE poster at goodgroundpress.com and posting it in your home, work, and parish.
Our 4th of July blessing is the final two stanzas from the poem “One Today” by Richard Blanco, composed for President Obama’s second inauguration. We are all together under one sky in this nation and in our church, with hope waiting for us to name it. Thank you for being a blessing to all ofContinue reading “A Blessing For Independence Day”
We have created a Thanksgiving Grace for you to use at Thanksgiving dinner, or whenever you eat with friends and family. Thanksgiving Grace Let us take turns naming the gifts for which we are most thankful this day: Each person may name a gift in his/her heart or aloud. For all these gifts, we liftContinue reading “Thanksgiving Grace”
Equally as a child and an adult, I have always loved back to school time. As a kid, I loved color coordinating my folder and notebooks, looking through my schedule and getting a fresh start in a new grade. Now, my friends put pictures of their kids in oversize backpack sitting on the front stoopContinue reading “Learning Anew”
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