We are centered on volunteerism, service, outreach and inclusion of all persons interested in furthering the mission of Jesus our Hope in downtown Seattle. Our mission is the social mission of the Catholic Church. www.christourhopeseattle.org
Christ Our Hope Church is located in the Catholic Housing Services' 14-story Josephinum at Second and Stewart, once the New Washington Hotel but now home to 240 formerly homeless and low-income residents. Mr. Stephen Lee, architect of the 1994 renovation of St. James Cathedral, was chosen to design the worship space. Respecting and blending the styles of the then-existing St. Joseph Chapel and of the former dining room of the hotel, Lee created a light-filled, contemporary environment for Catholic liturgy.
The beautifully renovated worship space officially became Christ Our Hope Catholic Church at the blessing and dedication by Archbishop Alexander J. Brunett on August 28, 2010.
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Did you get a copy of the bulletin this weekend? You can find it online here: https://www.christourhopeseattle.org/celebrate-our-liturgies/bulletins
We featured a message from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Page 3: “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”
What are you doing to keep moving forward?
In March, a website for young people to engage with preparation for the next Synod of Bishops in October 2018 will go live; the synod’s theme is “Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment". We'll continue to post updates as more information comes available and hope to have an event surrounding the release of the Vatican's website!
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Much news and goings on these days; here is our bulletin for this upcoming weekend! It's not too late to come volunteer at our Thanksgiving event tonight (email email@example.com) and definitely early enough to bring your dollars and holiday gift lists to the CRS Fair Trade Sale going on Sundays in Advent after masses put on by the Outreach Committee!
[11/16/16] The Amici service event for this Saturday, 11/19 at St. Mark has been postponed. The date and project are still TBD, but we remain very excited to support the awesome students and faculty at St. Mark! Please keep an eye out for more information soon. Thank you for your continued stewardship of time and talent.
#NationalBibleWeek: From November 13-19, 2016, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops invites families, parishes, schools, and other Catholic groups to participate in National Bible Week in celebration of the 51st Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council Dogmatic Constitution on Divine Revelation, Dei Verbum. This year's theme, "The Bible: A Book of Mercy," builds on this year's Jubilee Year of Mercy.
By the way, we have five days left in the Jubilee Year of Mercy (from December 8, 2015 – November 20, 2016). What can you do to live out the loving mercy God has for us?
It's #NationalBibleWeek. Here's how to enthrone the Bible in your home: http://www.usccb.org/bible/national-bible-week/upload/enthroning-2016-eng.pdf
Pope Francis reminds us all: "We need to knock down the walls that divide us: try to boost well-being and make it more widespread but in order to achieve this, we need to knock down walls and build bridges that can lessen inequality and boost freedom and rights … What we want is a fight against inequality, this is the biggest evil that exists in the world today."
religionnews.com VATICAN CITY (RNS) In his first comments published since the election, the pontiff does not judge the President-elect but notes dangers in the fears Trump has raised.
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The Center for Spiritual Living is the place where people from all walks of life and spiritual paths come together to learn more about themselves, about Spirit, and about how to use spiritual principles to build a better life and world.
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here! The United Church of Christ encourages the spiritual quest of each person and its churches are places to explore that journey with no tests of creed or dogma.
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