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Most of my favorite memories are of family or friends crowded around the kitchen counter chatting, rolling dough, chopping veggies, or just talking.
I searched for YEARS to be able to find a recipe that was a vegan representation of my favorite childhood eats! I finally found this empanada dough with sweet and savory filling recipes
Sometimes ministry means making sure that someone has eaten, or maybe it means staying at a bedside, offering a class, preaching from the pulpit, getting the budget done, or showing up at a social justice action. Other times, ministry involves coordinating and supporting meaningful programming that is both spiritual and ethical. It has been an absolute joy to support ethical programming at Cedar Lane with Representative Jamie Raskin over the past several years.
What a joy it was to be interviewed by the Rev. Dr. Xolani Kacela for the Take it on Faith Radio show at KTAL 101.5 FM! Rev. Dr. Kacela interviewed my colleague the Rev. Abhi Janamanchi and me about our work in DC doing multicultural ministry! Check it out here! This...
As part of supporting Doña Rosa in her effort to gain asylum in the US, Rev. Katie participated in and supported many national and international interviews, and spoke in many of them. Here is one interview in Spanish:
What an honor it was to represent the UUA at this Poor People’s Campaign event in Washington DC. Thank you to the Rev. Rebekah Savage for this photo.
I was honored to offer this morning's prayer in support of DACA and TPS in front of the White House this morning. The UUSC tweeted about it here. #LoveResists #DreamAction17
I have been playing around in the kitchen. Here is my new favorite green smoothie recipe: 8 oz filtered water 4 oz fresh squeezed orange juice 3 cups Organic Spinach 1 inch peeled ginger 2 or so sprigs of mint 1 cup Papaya 1 Banana (frozen and in pieces) Blend and...