All Are One Church is an inclusive Roman Catholic parish. It is our ongoing desire to create and nurture a parish where all are welcome regardless of age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or religion. The language used in our liturgies is inclusive for both God and people. We strive to practice what we preach, especially through social justice outreach, and challenge each other to become better people of God. All are welcome at the communion table!
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Meaning of Image – God is the Center Point. All roads – beliefs, good intentions, life paths, lead to God. There is only one direction. We are all on different paths but our paths – our lives, intersect. We are all drawn to the same point – this is the progression of unity. God is the cradle of the universe. This is the womb of God; calling all back to itself. Prayer centers us and brings us back to the Point. God is in all – all is in God.
On a personal note – The artist, Mary Ann and Pastor Kathy are long-time friends, having first met in 1968 in novitiate training with the Good Shepherd Sisters in St. Paul, MN. Mary Ann hails from Spokane, WA. They both left the convent at different points and their lives intersected over the years. Mary Ann made a stole for Kathy’s priestly ordination in Winona, MN in 2008. It was at that time, at Pastor Kathy’s kitchen table that Mary Ann came up with the design while reflecting on the mission statement for All Are One Catholic church – a faith community that is supportive and inclusive of all people and their gifts.