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LA Cares Seeks Volunteers For Food Drive, Distribution

on May 14, 2017 - 6:04am

Jean Butler of Los Alamos has volunteered for LA Cares for some 20 years. Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost.com

LA Cares volunteers Pat Daun, left, and Joyce Eyster. Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost.com

COMMUNITY News:

LA Cares is a small, independent organization, providing help to the needy of Los Alamos County. Volunteers are needed to help with the upcoming food drive and ongoing food distribution activities.

LA Cares offers supplemental food assistance, with distributions on the second Thursday and Friday of every month at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church at 2390 North Road.

Pastor Raul Granillo: Stronger Than Steel

on May 14, 2017 - 5:39am
By PASTOR RAUL GRANILLO 
La Vista Church
Los Alamos

 Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all. (NIV Proverbs 31:29)

Too often, it seems, we only really grasp a blessing long after the fact. I know that in my own life, I have taken many of them for granted. Some of the most important blessings in my life came in the form of mothers who carried loads that I was far too weak or ill equipped to carry.

Let me first say that women are certainly not weaker than men. I have heard that, pound for pound, silk is stronger than steel.

Magdala Stone Goes On Exhibit In Rome May 15

on May 8, 2017 - 8:01am

The original Magdala stone will be on exhibit May 15 until July 23 in Rome. Courtesy/magdala.org

MAGDALA PROJECT News:

The original Magdala stone, the most important archaeological discovery in modern Israel, is going to Rome for an exhibition held by the Jewish Museum and the Vatican.

It is the first time the piece will be exhibited publicly. The exhibition is May 15 until July 23.

The General Director of the Magdala Project, Father Juan Solana, is attending the May 15 opening event.

Fr. Glenn: Taking Stock

on May 7, 2017 - 6:22am
By Rev. Glenn Jones
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
Los Alamos

The other evening I was privileged to attend the bedside of one of the oldest and most beloved members of our community as he slipped quietly from this world to the next. A founding member of our parish at Immaculate Heart of Mary, an Army veteran of the Manhattan Project, and one of the last remaining witnesses of the Trinity test, his eyes beheld much in life, and he was much loved by many. He was of that “greatest generation”… and I was his pastor, yes, but he was also a good and cherished friend.

Pastor Granillo: The Marriage of Jack and Jill

on May 7, 2017 - 5:29am
By Pastor Raul Granillo
La Vista Church of the Nazarene
White Rock

When Jill was first introduced to Jack, she knew something was missing in her life. Everything about him and everything that she had heard about him seemed to be exactly what she needed. Soon enough, she responded to his calls, and before she knew it, she had given herself in marriage to Jack. Jack adored Jill. He was willing and able to provide for, protect, and encourage her to become more than she had ever imagined possible. No one had ever loved her like Jack did. This was a marriage made in heaven.

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Archbishop Wester Confirms 31 Catholics At IHM

on May 4, 2017 - 8:06am

Archbishop John C. Wester anoints Los Alamos student Arthur Steinkamp, son of Mike and Madeline Steinkamp, with a type of oil known as chrism during the Sacrament of Confirmation, Sunday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church. During the ceremony, 30 young people and one adult were confirmed into the Catholic faith. This was the Archbishop’s first visit to Los Alamos since his installation as Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe in June 2015. Photo by Pat Brug

 

Thirty young people and one adult gather with their confirmation sponsors for a group photo Sunday in the Parish Hall

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