Stories of Stewards: Pat Kosmerl

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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 Pat Kosmerl:

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Clement Ministry Center Blessing & Farewell for Monsignor Hynes

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On Sunday, June 25 following the 9:30 a.m. Mass, we invite all parishioners to join us for a blessing and prayer over our new space in the Clement Ministry Center. Please join us! 

The same day, following the 9:30 and 11:15 Masses, we will gather outside on the church plaza with coffee and treats to share our gratitude with Monsign Hynes for his time with Saint Clement these past six months. Please stop by after Mass and join us to say farewell and thank him for his generous service to our parish. 

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The Most Holy Trinity Reflection by Christina Bax

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I have always been a visual learner, so exploring images of God is naturally intriguing to me. The doctrine of the Trinity is particularly rich in images that are used to try and draw us deeper into understanding the nature of God. 

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Stories of Stewards: Dani Jachino

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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 Dani Jachino:

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Pentecost Sunday Bulletin Reflection by Father Rex Pillai

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The well-known French writer Jean-Paul Sartre once wrote a strange play and gave it a suitable title: No Exit. In his play, Sartre wanted to explore a real human feeling—the agony of human beings who feel trapped in the midst of life. He creates three characters that arrive in hell. The place consists of a large sitting room with mirrors around the walls. The room has no exit and the three people are on stage all the time since they are condemned to spend eternity together without leaving the room.

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Clement Scouts Give Back at Catholic Charities Soup Kitchen

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We couldn’t be prouder of our parish’s fifth grade Cub Scouts Pack 3000 Weblos II who volunteered for two and a half hours at the Catholic Charities Soup Kitchen on Friday, May 19. Together, they served over 200 hot meals and assembled 130 sack lunches for the less fortunate. They also served refreshments, cleaned tables and interacted with the evening's guests.

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Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ Reflection by Joanna Krynski

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“I have a lot of faith. But I am also afraid a lot, and have no real certainty about anything. I remembered something Father Tom had told me—that the opposite of faith is not doubt, but certainty. Certainty is missing the point entirely. Faith includes noticing the mess, the emptiness and discomfort, and letting it be there until some light returns” (Anne Lamott, writer).

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