January 17, 2016 - 3:30pm - 4:30pm
An Encounter with God’s Mercy in Song and Silence: St. Paul’s Basilica Parish invites you to meditative Scripture-based prayer and music in the Taize tradition. Join us in celebrating the Year of Mercy by contemplating God’s mercy through song, scripture and silence. Social and light refreshments to follow. RSVPs appreciated. Contact: St.
Christmas is a time of celebrating breakthroughs of the new and unexpected. Two thousand years ago, the birth of Jesus was such an event. Through his teachings and example, Jesus brought forth a new consciousness, showing us how to live in relationships of peace, love and openness to each other.
How am I, with my own unique gifts, being called to put them at the service of God’s Kingdom on this earth?
This Fourth Sunday after Easter, May 11, 2014, celebrates the 51st World Day of Prayer for Vocations. This is the day when all Christians are invited to reflect on their Baptismal commitment, and to pray for one another and the whole Christian Community.
The Varsity, March 3, 2014 — On Saturdays, an elevator in Mount Sinai Hospital automatically rises and falls continually through the day, stopping on every floor, one after the other. It is designed to allow accessibility to people of the Jewish faith on the Sabbath — a holy day of rest on which the use of electricity is prohibited.