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August 19, 2022

Guest view: A walk for a cause

On Sunday, May 15, if you happened to see over 100 people walking on Coyote Creek Trail, wearing navy blue tee shirts that said “Danger Future Flux Capacitors of America,” there is no need to worry. The walk was for a worthy cause to...

Rabbi Mendel Liberow: How to prevent the next pandemic

Rabbi Mendel Liberow
Three years ago, the possibility of a global pandemic took up about as much headspace for most people as the possibility of a global conflict: technically possible, but not really a “thing” in this millennium. But as it turns out, history repeats itself. And...

Guest view: Residents, businesses must reduce water use

Despite some much-welcomed rain in April, Santa Clara County remains in a drought emergency. These recent storms were nowhere near enough to make up for the record dry conditions that impacted California during the first three months of 2022. During that time, San Jose recorded...

Religion: What is interfaith work?

Hans Kung is a Swiss Catholic priest, theologian and author who served on the faculty of the University of Tübingen in 1960, and served as a theological adviser during the Second Vatican Council. In his address at the opening of the Exhibit on the World's...

Guest view: Community suppers and signs of hope

In 2006, if a person or family was hungry, there was nowhere in Morgan Hill for them to go for a hot meal (except for the wonderful Senior Lunch Program offered for seniors). Brian Cunningham, a Catholic lay person, and Martha’s Kitchen, a nonprofit...

Guest view: Art A La Carte returns to Morgan Hill

That times have changed is palpable to all, but how much of it is what you wanted to see? What could be a theme with more depth than, “Be the Change You Want to See” for these times, albeit targeted towards our little ones?...

Religion: From Egypt—Out of a Narrow Place

Passover celebrates the Biblical story of Exodus where God freed the Israelites from slavery. It is a central teaching in Judaism. On Friday evening, April 15, the week-long holiday of Passover begins. The most observed Jewish holiday, Jews around the world will hold a...

Rabbi Mendel Liberow: Caring for every person—A Passover message

Rabbi Mendel Liberow
In the foothills of Midian, a shepherd watches over his flock. He is responsible for the well-being and safety of every sheep there. Suddenly, he notices a lamb wandering away from the flock. The shepherd gives chase and finally catches up with the sheep—when...

Religion: The positive power of faith traditions in the community

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in teaching about faith, stated “The God whom we worship, is not a weak or incompetent God. He is able to beat back gigantic waves of opposition, and bring to low, prodigious mountains of evil. The ringing testimony of...

Religion: Ramadan: A season to reflect and be generous

This Saturday, April 2, Muslims will begin our month-long daytime fasting. Fasting in its infinite variations is practiced by many faiths, East and West. For Muslims, Ramadan goes beyond fasting; it is a season to be generous and forgiving.  It is said that the Gate...

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