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Spirituality News

Letter To The Editor: Thank You For Amazing Gifts

on February 28, 2019 - 12:54pm
Jeremy Gonzales
Long Term Care Activity Therapy Supervisor
To the Youth Group, United Church WCSS, Rev. Laurie Triplett of Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church and Father Glenn Jones of Immaculate Heart of Mary Church:
On behalf of the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute Long Term Care residents, I would like to thank you for your donation of Christmas gifts. Your time and thoughtfulness in these amazing gifts is greatly appreciated by our residents. Many of our residents do not have family or friends, which can make the holidays a difficult time for them.

Fundraiser Saturday For Spring Break Mission Trip

on February 28, 2019 - 11:11am
Youth and adults on a Spring Break Mission Trip to build homes for the poor in Puerto Penasco, Mexico. Courtesy photo
Los Alamos

The time has come for the annual fundraising efforts of the United Church of Los Alamos, as they prepare to build homes for the poor during spring break in Puerto Penasco, Mexico.

The United Church has championed this work since 1986, building nearly 150 houses with the help of many locals and a few beyond who return year after year.

Legislative Roundup: Feb. 28

on February 28, 2019 - 6:29am
Pastor Vince Torres prays with a group gathered Wednesday in the Capitol Rotunda to celebrate Pastor's Day at the New Mexico Legislature. Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican

Denee Reyes sings with musicians from churches around New Mexico during a celebration Wednesday in the Capitol of Pastor's Day at the Legislature. Gabriela Campos/The New Mexican
By The New Mexican
Days left in the session: 16
Lottery bill: Ask Sen. Pete Campos, D-Las Vegas, to explain one of his bills and he'll often get out a piece of paper and a marker, then start drawing an answer for you to follow -- or not.

Saint Job Hosts 20th Annual Blini Breakfast March 9

on February 26, 2019 - 9:52am

The community is invited to a blini breakfast March 9 at Saint Job Orthodox Church. Courtesy photo

Saint Job Orthodox Church News:

Saint Job Orthodox Church will host its 20th Annual Blini Breakfast Saturday, March 9.

Blini, a type of thin pancake, will be served in traditional style with smoked salmon, herring, butter and sour cream. Vegetable caviar, eggs, cheese and a variety of berry preserves will be available as well.

Blini are traditionally served in Slavic households during the week before the beginning of the Lenten Fast.

Lutheran HSN Choir Performs In Los Alamos March 8

on February 25, 2019 - 12:39pm

Lutheran High School North Concert Choir will perform March 8 at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Courtesy photo


The Lutheran High School North Concert Choir will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, March 8 at the Redeemer Lutheran Church, 2000 Diamond Dr. Admission is free.

Lutheran High School North is a private Christian high school in Houston,Texas. The Lutheran High North Concert Choir is made up of 18 students from the nineth through the 12th grade.

Some students have sung in a choral setting for many years while others are, for the first time, experiencing what it is like to be

Fr. Glenn: Moral Courage

on February 24, 2019 - 7:19am

By Fr. Glenn Jones

More days than not we Catholics commemorate the memory of a certain saint—not worshiping them as is often mistakenly thought by non-Catholics, but rather a remembrance of their examples of fidelity to Jesus Christ and to virtuous life. Last week in part of our commemoration was a wonderful phrase describing the saint of that day:

“He was able to sin, but did not;
 He was able to do wrong, but would not.”

It is hard to imagine a much better epitaph for a Christian … or for anyone else for that matter—to always seek that which is truly right and good—moral

Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Presents Saints Of Mobility: Holiness Within The Borderlands Feb. 21

on February 20, 2019 - 6:48am
Dr. William Calvo-Quirós
SCAS News:
Saints of Mobility: Holiness Within the Borderlands at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 21, at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art.
Free to SCAS Members - $10 general - $5 students.
Based on a variety of primary and secondary sources, including government juridical proceedings, newspapers, oral narratives, literature, popular music as well as extensive interviews, and ethnographic visits to border shrines over the last 10 years, this presentation investigates the U.S.-Mexico border not only as a physical frontier of socio-economic and political