Randy McCloy's homily for Father Don Mowery's funeral

Homily for Donald Edgar Mowery St. Mary’s Cathedral June 16, 2018      Donald Edgar Mowery, “Father Don”, was a loving and devoted husband, Episcopal priest, organizer, healer, and advocate for children; he was a true shepherd, following in the footsteps of that Great Shepherd of the sheep, Jesus Christ. Most of you are undoubtedly familiar with his life of accomplishments, and probably witnessed personally many of his successes, which were... Read More
Posted by Jane Roberts at Wednesday, June 27, 2018
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It must be exhausting to be needed only in a crisis

Reflection, GOD IS EXHAUSTED, Daniel P. Amsler CHC 5:30 pm Contemplative Service, 6/24/18, Mark 4:35-41 A few months ago here at Holy Communion, Father Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, spoke to us. For 30 years he has directed the largest and most effective ministry/enterprise to the nation’s largest gang region. In his ministry, Father Boyle has conducted thousands of Masses in detention centers and jails. He always has one of the inmates... Read More
Posted by Jane Roberts at Monday, June 25, 2018
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Dispatches from Houston, Part II

On Tuesday night, the group got the opportunity to go to the Astros game. It was nice to take a break from all of our hard work. By the end of the second inning, it was 6-0, and the Mariners were winning; however, we continued to cheer on the home team, except for Brandon, who was just trying to annoy the fans. Even though the Astros lost 7-1, we all had a blast. We went back to the treehouse (Christ Church Cathedral’s nickname for the youth space where we were staying) and hung... Read More
Posted by Jane Roberts at Thursday, June 14, 2018
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Houston, we're on a mission!

Our car ride down to Houston was not bad at all. Despite almost getting rammed into, we had deep conversations and caught up with our lives. Tess came back from college and Matt was moving on with his life. We talked about old friends, what we’re doing for the summer, and what blessings are set to come ahead like Matt’s marriage. The car ride did not take as long as we thought because we had so many conversations.  I only slept for the last two hours of the ride!... Read More
Posted by Jane Roberts at Wednesday, June 6, 2018
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