Happy Easter! And All the Week’s news

Happy Easter from all of us at GCW!

Here’s all the week’s news, this Easter week at GCW:                   

ART-FOR-ALL SALE ITEMS STILL AVAILABLE! We still have many beautiful Art-for-All items left! Proceeds support the Gainesville Catholic Worker and participating artists. You are welcome to stop by anytime the house is open for our events throughout the week (see below for schedule), or contact us at gvillecw@yahoo.com to arrange another time to visit us.  The GCW “Green House” is located at 218 NW 2nd Avenue in downtown Gainesville.  Check out the Art-for-All page on our website to view pictures of many items: gainesvillecw.org/art-for-all

 

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE: Here’s the short version of this week’s schedule of regular events; for more details click here or contact gvillecw@yahoo.com.

  •          Coffee Shops: Monday, Tuesday, and Friday mornings from 7:30-9:30 AM
  •          Dorothy’s Café: On Wednesday with prep from 9:30 AM -12 PM, serving from 12:30-2:30 PM, and cleanup from 2:30-3:30 PM.  Click here to sign up.
  •         Microfarm Mornings: Thursday from 8:30-11:30 AM—and the monthly weekend workday is this Saturday from 9 AM -12 PM. Contact Jade Allen via email (jadesallen@yahoo.com) or phone (352-337-0817) for questions &/or directions.

 

QUOTATION OF THE WEEK 

 

“Christ’s resurrection is not an event of the past; it contains a vital power which has permeated this world. Where all seems to be dead, signs of the resurrection suddenly spring up. It is an irresistible force. Often it seems that God does not exist: all around us we see persistent injustice, evil, indifference and cruelty. But it is also true that in the midst of darkness something new always springs to life and sooner or later produces fruit. On razed land life breaks through, stubbornly yet invincibly. However dark things are, goodness always re-emerges and spreads. Each day in our world beauty is born anew, it rises transformed through the storms of history. Values always tend to reappear under new guises, and human beings have arisen time after time from situations that seemed doomed. Such is the power of the resurrection, and all who evangelize are instruments of that power.” 

–Pope Francis, The joy of the Gospel, n. 276

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