Our very own Kathleen Durbin has composed a new original liturgy called Misneach Mass. Misneach [pronounced MISH-nock] is a Gaelic word for courage, hopefulness, and a sense of pushing forward through uncertainty. This perfectly sums up the spirit you’ll find in the melodies of this mass and handily lets Kathleen utilize and explore her love of traditional Irish music and Taize. Join us for a celebration of the joy we have in Christ, living in both the uncertainties of this […]
The World’s Laziest Book Club is NOT meet in April. In a fit of extra laziness we called off all collective reading in April. Be sure to mark your calendar for May’s meeting though. On Sunday, May 15th, we’ll be at it again reading The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic Jessica Hopper.
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