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The health committee hosted this week’s soup supper between the English and Spanish versions of the Stations of the Cross at the Church of St. Dominic’s.

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John 9:1-41 In ancient times, cities of importance in hilly territory were built on the highest ground in the area and surrounded with strong walls for protection.  The downside of such placement, of course, is that springs, which such cities needed for their water supply, tended to be on lower ground in valleys.  One of the easiest ways to defeat an enemy was to cut them off from their water supply.  To better fortify Jerusalem against an expected siege by the Assyrians in 701 B.C., King Hezekiah extended the city walls to the southeast and had a 1/3 mile-long tunnel cut through solid rock to channel water from Gihon Springs outside the city walls to a pool inside the city walls. Access to Gihon springs was covered over with boulders to prevent enemies from poisoning the water supply. The terminus of Hezekiah’s tunnel was the newly constructed Pool of Siloam, still used today as a source of drinking water for the poor Arab neighborhood in that vicinity of Jerusalem.  Jesus sent the blind man to wash off his mud-covered eyes in that pool.

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The bulletin for March 27, 2011 has been published and can be found here: http://churchofstdominic.org/cluster/bulletin

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A pledge to respect our sexuality – to be read together by families 

Respect for life includes a respect for sex.  Let us, as a community, make a pledge to respect our sexuality.

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On Sunday mornings between the 8 AM and 10:30AM Masses, Ginny will be in the lower level of the church at Jeff Cavins’ Great Adventure Bible studies series #4, Acts, The Spread of the Kingdom.  Here she is looking over the materials prior to class.  She also facilitates an evening class in the series.

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The main committees at St. Dominic meet monthly, generally on the fourth Tuesday of the month: a list of those committees can be found on the parish website – churchofstdominic.org.

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Step one:  register for the contest giving your name, a secret code such as your birthdate and your grade level

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