Archive for June, 2022

Letter from Fr. Daniel 6/24/22

Dear St. Paul’s Community,  With today’s action by the Supreme Court handing down a ruling that overturns Roe v. Wade, we enter an even more difficult chapter of our already divisive national life. It will affect us unevenly; those who will suffer the most under these policies will be those with the fewest resources and carrying […]

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  June 24, 2022   No comments

Juneteenth – A Refelection

I have never celebrated Juneteenth-June 19th.  Nor did I know anything about it’s history until I started reading about it and its significance as it became a federal holiday.  I am originally from the Caribbean, so freedom and independence for me have meant very different things. Slavery was abolished in the British Caribbean on 1 […]

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  June 14, 2022   No comments

R&SJ Videos

The Race & Social Justice Coalition will  meet on Wednesday, June 15 via Zoom; sign on here — You are invited to watch one or more of the following videos which we’ll discuss.   For Children and Parents  Race Matters: America in Crisis, A PBS NewsHour Special  ECCT Poor Peoples March. Moderated by our fellow member […]

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  June 13, 2022   No comments