Author Archives: Kristen Graham

About Kristen Graham

I attended the Girard, KS School District from K-12. Then moved onto Pittsburg State University to get a Bachelor of Technology in Commercial Graphics. While at PSU, I was employed by Student Publications for 3 years where I experienced many rolls… Newspaper Page Layout Designer, Yearbook Editor in Chief and Graphic Designer, and Advertising Representative. It was also in my years at PSU that I met my wonderful husband Doug.

My husband and I have settled back in my hometown where we are close to both of our wonderful families. I have now been in the print industry for 2 years (post college), working as a Graphic Designer and Type Setter for a Vender that coats and print labels using a Flexographic Press.

I try and keep involved in the Graphic Industry by taking on small side projects… invitations, websites and various commercial items.

All Saints Day 2017

October 31st, 2017 | Posted by Kristen Graham in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on All Saints Day 2017)

Holy Day of Obligation will be

Tue, Oct 31 in Arma at 5:30pm or

Wed, Nov 1 in Girard at noon or 6:30pm.

 

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2017 Fall Bazaar and Turkey Dinner

October 20th, 2017 | Posted by Kristen Graham in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on 2017 Fall Bazaar and Turkey Dinner)

Preparations for this Sunday are in full swing. Thank you everyone for all your hard work to pull off such an amazing Fall Bazaar year after year! 

This is our first year having a Facebook page. Give it a look and on Sunday think about taking some photos of all the fun and sharing it in our event! 
Facebook Event for the 2017 Fall Bazaar 

And if you have miss-placed your Work List we have you covered! Click on the link below.
Falll Bazaar Worklist 2017

 

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Forgiveness

September 17th, 2017 | Posted by Kristen Graham in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Forgiveness)

September 17th 2017 Bulletin Message, Fr. Floyd McKinney

“Forgive your neighbor’s injustice; then when you pray, your own sins will be forgiven.” These words from the Book of Sirach remind us that forgiveness is a deep and necessary part of our spiritual tradition, handed down to us from our Jewish ancestors in faith. Jesus echoes this teaching when He gives us the “Our Father,” which tells us to pray, “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.”

The Gospel from Matthew today is very strong. Jesus is so clear in His teaching to us: forgive everything from your heart! We are not allowed to hold on to anything against anybody. Rather, as Jesus teaches, we must go even further and help those who harm us and give to those who rob us. To follow Jesus is not easy and asks us to give ourselves completely to Him and to following Him. Christianity will never be a life of comfort, even though we may have comforts from time to time.

We can also ask ourselves today how we relate to those around us? Are we people who forgive others? Are we people who really seek to love and serve others? Do we seek to see Christ in others? Do we look for God’s will in our lives and in the lives others?

At the heart of the teachings of Jesus, at the heart of His own life, is this deep awareness of God’s presence in all creation and in all peoples. Even in the agony of Jesus and in the Cross, Jesus keeps His heart with love for others.

Today, we are invited to forgive and to follow Jesus once more in a way that gives witness to the glory of God. Let us walk the way of the Lord.

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