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N.M. Faith Coalition For Immigration Justice Director Speaks At IHM Hall Thursday

on October 31, 2014 - 9:03am

Members of the New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigration Justice traveled Oct. 22 to Artesia to visit the family detention center where more than 500 women and children immigrants are being detained. Courtesy photo

SPIRITUALITY News:

More than 500 women and children are being detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Artesia Family Residential Center in Artesia.

These immigrants are primarily from Central American countries including Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, having fled from violence in their countries and invariably endured many traumatic experiences before

Etching Completed On United Church's Sandstone Sign

on October 26, 2014 - 7:03am

Etching is now complete on the large sandstone sign installed in September at the United Church of Los Alamos on the corner of Central Avenue and Rose Street. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

The sandstone sign being installed in September at the United Church of Los Alamos on the corner of Central Avenue and Rose Street. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Interpreting the 'Our Father' Sunday At TOTH

on October 25, 2014 - 12:23pm
Father Gary and Mother Alicia. Photo by TK Thompson
 
Interpreting the “Our Father”
By LISA ROTHROCK

Ever spoken, recited, chanted, meditated on, or prayed the “Our Father” and thought, “Huh?” For example, why do we say an expanded “Our Father” over what Matthew 6:9-15 says? Why do we have such variable phrases for the same words, such as “Our Father who is in heaven, uphold the holiness of your name” instead of “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name”? And then we have “And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”

FREE community dinner. Photo by TK Thompson

Letter to the Editor: Knights of Columbus Thanks Community for Support of Golf Tournament

on October 23, 2014 - 10:45am
JEFF BROWN, Chair
2014 Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament

Los Alamos Knights of Columbus Sacred Heart Council 3137 held our annual scholarship fund raising golf tournament on Friday Sept. 16 at the Los Alamos golf course with over 80 golfers participating, followed by a wonderful steak dinner at the Hall. 

The tournament raised nearly $10,000, all of which will be used to award scholarships to worthy Los Alamos High School students. As the Knights look to support students with potential but from disadvantaged backgrounds, these scholarships have a real impact. 

We are grateful to the

LAJC Helps Stock Shelves For LA Cares

on October 21, 2014 - 3:22pm

Students from the Los Alamos Jewish Center Religious School shopped at Smith's Marketplace recently to purchase food for LA Cares with funds raised by the LAJC. Photo by Stephanie Rittner

JEWISH CENTER News:

Over the past six weeks, Los Alamos Jewish Center (LAJC) has been raising funds to shop for L.A. Cares. L.A. Cares is a small, independent organization, providing help to the needy of Los Alamos County. They provide both financial help and supplemental food help.

The Los Alamos Jewish Center raised more than $1,500 to purchase food.

White Rock Presbyterian Church Volunteers Help Build Homes

on October 21, 2014 - 8:57am

White Rock Presbyterian Church and House of Fellowship church volunteers work together constructing a home near Gallup. Courtesy/WRPC

Members of White Rock Presbyterian Church and House of Fellowship church. Courtesy/WRPC

WRPC News:

Volunteers from White Rock Presbyterian Church (WRPC) worked with members of the House of Fellowship (HOF) church near Gallup over the Columbus Day weekend to work on houses for two families of the HOF. The House of Fellowship is a Navajo church ministering to the needs of the people in their community.

A young girl shows off a quilt. Courtesy/WRPC

The two

Sipapu Management Group Officially Begins Operating Pajarito Mountain Ski Area!

on October 20, 2014 - 4:27pm

LASC News:
  • Ski Area Now Preparing for Thanksgiving Opening

 

The Los Alamos Ski Club announced today that the management group that operates Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort officially started operating Pajarito Mountain Ski Area.

 

Resort officials say they are now preparing for a full ski and snowboard season starting Thanksgiving Day.

“We are excited to take this next step for the future of Pajarito Mountain,” said Susan Brockway, president of the Los Alamos Ski Club Board of Directors.

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