Cathedral Bulletin | July 11, 2020
Livestream Masses this Sunday
THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
Sunday, July 12, 2020
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8:30am
MASS with Archbishop Etienne
Streamed on the Archdiocese of Seattle Vimeo/Facebook pages
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10:30am
MASS with Father Ryan
VIMEO  |  FACEBOOK
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4:00pm
Vespers
VIMEO  |  FACEBOOK
Outdoor Prayer Vigil for Racial Justice
On Sunday, July 19, 2020, from 1:30pm-3:30pm, you are invited to join Archbishop Paul Etienne and our sisters and brothers at Immaculate Conception Parish for an outdoor Vigil of Prayer, Lament, Reconciliation, and Remembrance for Racial Justice. Parishes from around the South Seattle Deanery will join together to pray for justice and healing. Download the flyer here.

Face masks required; social distancing will be maintained.

For those unable to attend in person, the event will be livestreamed to Immaculate Conception Parish's Facebook page.
Livestream Musical Prayer
In case you missed it!
Thursday, July 9, 2020 Musical Prayer with
Walter Gray, cello and Joseph Adam, organ

Online opportunities
Faith and Racial Equity: Exploring Power and Privilege
Mondays beginning August 3, 6:30pm-9:00pm, via ZOOM

The St. James Cathedral Life, Peace and Justice Commission invites you to participate in Faith & Racial Equity: Exploring Power & Privilege , an 8-week module that awakens groups to the economic systems, public policies, cultural norms, and hidden biases that empower some and oppress others. The series will introduce participants to a framework for understanding and recognizing racial disparities in power and privilege. You will also dive into specific issues, including affirmative action, the school-to-prison pipeline, the criminal justice system, and powerful biases in media representation.
 
Please note that Faith and Racial Equity is not for the faint of heart! This series is for those willing to wrestle with hard questions and take an honest look at their own attitudes, assumptions, and choices. However, through spiritual grounding and community-building, participants find support and belonging throughout their journey to personal transformation and social action.
 
This series consists of eight 2½-hour Zoom sessions which include prayer, dialogue, active listening, and relationship-building. There will also be a retreat to build community and Scriptural grounding. Reading materials cost approximately $40. Scholarships available.
 
To learn more about this series, visit https://justfaith.org/faith-and-racial-equity/ .
 
Information or Registration : Patrick Barredo, Director of Social Outreach & Advocacy, pbarredo@stjames-cathedral.org or 206-619-2879.
 
 
Grief Support Group | begins August 4
Are you grieving the death of someone close to you? Grief and loss can have a significant impact on our lives long after the death of the person we love. The grieving process has no timeline and is unique to each individual, but meeting with others who are going through a similar experience can provide support and help us cope.
 
You are invited to join this 8-week grief support group facilitated by St. James Cathedral Staff Nancy Granger and Rosanne Michaels. The group will gather via Zoom on eight Tuesdays, August 4 through September 22, 6:30pm-8:00pm.

Take Another Look | begins July 27
Have you drifted away from the practice of your faith? This program is an invitation to "take another look" at the Catholic Church. The program begins Monday, July 27 and will run for five Monday evenings from 6:30pm--8:30pm, on Zoom.

Poem of the Week
"The Kingdom of God"
Scott Webster reads and Corinna Laughlin reflects on
Francis Thompson's poem
Your Safety at Public Masses
Welcome back to Public Mass!
Hesitant about returning to public Mass? Father Ryan offers an overview of changes which have been made for your safety during the coronavirus pandemic. At the moment, we offer one public Mass each week, on Saturday at 5:30pm.
Annual Catholic Appeal: Progress Report
A huge thank you to all who have made their gift to the Annual Catholic Appeal. We have now received 588 pledges totaling $474,055—which is quite amazing! At this point, every dollar that is donated will come directly to the parish to support our Cathedral ministries. This year we intend to use the rebate to help offset the losses we have experienced as a result of the suspension of public Masses. We have set our rebate goal at $200,000, and we still need to raise $97,233 to hit that number.


Please note that the online giving page does not always work with Microsoft Edge, so please try another browser if you have difficulties processing a gift.
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