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Faith & Science Summer Series On ‘What Makes Us Human?’ Concludes July 27 At TOTH

on July 25, 2016 - 8:08am


The Los Alamos Faith & Science Forum concludes its summer series on the topic “What Makes Us Human?” July 27 at Kelly Hall at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church.

Dinner is provided at 6 p.m., with a presentation at 6:30 p.m. and discussion at 7 p.m., ending around 8 p.m.

The hope is that these lectures and discussions will be interesting and accessible to all members of the community interested in faith and science, no matter what religion or scientific background. Talks are aimed at a general audience. All are welcome. Follow the Faith & Science Forum blog at:

Los Alamos Hosts Knights Of Columbus State Meeting

on July 24, 2016 - 1:35pm

Los Alamos hosts the statewide organizational meeting of members of the Knights of Columbus July 8-10 at IHM and the K of C Hall on DP Road. Photo by Bob Brewer

Knights of Columbus members from across the state register in the IHM Hall July 8 for their organizational meeting. Photo by Bob Brewer

Knights of Columbus members gather in the IHM Hall July 8 including Los Alamos officers: Grand Knight David Jolley, Deputy Grand Knight Martin Aguilera, Chancellor Chad Meyer, Recorder Joshua Sauppe, Financial Secretary Esteban Rougier, Advocate Bill Mairson, Treasurer Joe Gutierrez, Warden Paul

Pastor Granillo: The Meaning Of Life

on July 24, 2016 - 6:49am
Los Alamos

The Meaning of Life.

"Meaningless! Meaningless!" says the Teacher. "Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless." Ecclesiastes 1:2 (NIV)

I have no doubt that everyone has had that moment when they have asked themselves, “Why do I bother?” 

Sometimes it’s in a semi-humorous situation, like asking not to be transferred for the 12th time, while trying to get the right Internet tech on the phone, only to find yourself disconnected or listening to the automated message you started with.

Faith & Science Summer Series: 'What Makes Us Human?' At TOTH Wednesday

on July 18, 2016 - 5:37pm
Bob Reinovsky’s lecture at 6:15 p.m., Wednesday addresses 'The Quest for Human Uniqueness.' Courtesy photo
The Los Alamos Faith & Science Forum continues its summer series on the topic “What Makes Us Human?”, Wednesday, July 20 at Kelly Hall at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church.
Bob Reinovsky’s lecture will address “The Quest for Human Uniqueness." In this talk he will attempt to simplify the topic by looking at the implication of theory of mind – and what some call the secondary theory of mind – in the formation, and transmission of culture. 
Dinner will be

Former Cop Gives Talk To Protect Children Thursday

on July 17, 2016 - 8:22am

Deacon Robert Bustamante


The community is invited to hear a presentation by Deacon Robert Bustamante on his time as a police officer assigned to the vice squad in Portland, Ore.

Young people are often very naive to the dangers lurking in the world and can fall into the traps set to draw them into that life, especially young people going to college and away from home for the first time.

Young people, parents and other community members are invited to hear this important talk at 6:30 p.m., Thursday in the Parish Hall at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, 3700 Canyon Road in

Pastor Granillo: Answering Wisdom

on July 17, 2016 - 8:20am
Los Alamos

Answering Wisdom.

“Does not wisdom call out? Does not understanding raise her voice? At the highest point along the way, where the paths meet, she takes her stand; beside the gate leading into the city, at the entrance, she cries aloud: “To you, O people, I call out; I raise my voice to all mankind” (Proverbs 8:1-3 NIV).

There is a great need for wisdom in our world. Wisdom to discern the truth from the lie. Wisdom to choose the right leaders. Wisdom to identify the victim from the assailant.

Letter To The Editor: Unitarian Church Says Black Lives Matter

on July 12, 2016 - 10:34am
By Rev. John Cullinan, pastor
and on behalf of the Board of Trustees
Unitarian Church of Los Alamos

The murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile this week, along with the murders of police officers in Dallas, should serve as a wake up call to the people of our nation that cycles of violence in our communities cannot be dismantled until we begin to examine the effects of historic racism imprinted into the systems of our American culture.

The call of the Black Lives Matter movement to awaken to systemic racism in our country and to end the disproportionate amount of violence committed