6th Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Paul Nicholson

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WHEN I WAS seven years old my mother and father asked me if I would like to take piano lessons, or so I am told. I have no explicit memory of the event however my response was something like “yes” and so I began. At the time we had no piano at home and so, if I was to spend any time practicing for my lessons, my father would bring me to church in the evenings and while he sat in meetings I

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Stories of Stewards: Trina Heffley

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As part of our ongoing engagement process, we have come to realize the importance of parishioners sharing their personal stories of how they have connected with Saint Clement as an important factor in their lives. As a feature twice a month, we share the stories and reflections of our engaged parishioners who are living a stewardship life of prayer, service, and giving. This week we hear from
Trina Heffley:

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5th Sunday of Ordinary Time Relfection by Msgr. Rich Hynes

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Imagination is the faculty of faith. Today Jesus speaks to the disciples: “You are the salt of the earth.  You are the light of the world. You are a city set on a mountain.” We are to flavor the world with faith. We are to enlighten the world with faith. We are to be visible to the world with faith. 

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Stories of Stewards: Margaret Jungels

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As part of our ongoing engagement process, we have come to realize the importance of parishioners sharing their personal stories of how they have connected with Saint Clement as an important factor in their lives. As a feature twice a month, we share the stories and reflections of our engaged parishioners who are living a stewardship life of prayer, service, and giving. This week we hear from Margaret Jungels:

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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Reflection by Maggie Hanley

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The readings this weekend are a lot to unpack. Darkness, light, anguish, gloom, rejoicing, salvation, divisions, belong, crucified, baptized, emptied, fishers, called, followed. Where do we begin?
When I was little, my mother would often suggest reciting this weekend’s psalm, Psalm 27, if I woke in the middle of the night scared or afraid of the dark. I very much remember the solace it brought me. God was there.

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Saint Clement Joined Together for a Successful Second Annual Christmas Dinner for the Homeless

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Our Saint Clement community came together this holiday season to host our Second Annual Christmas Dinner for the Homeless. We served 123 guests in Centennial Hall on December 28!

Parishioners were ready to greet guests who arrive early for dinner with hot chocolate, a conversation, and a smile. Guests were welcomed where they were personally greeted again and were shown where to sit and relax in the warmth of the cafeteria.

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