Saints are ordinary people who do what they do for the love of one another. Saints say what they must say without fear, love their neighbors even when they are cursed by them, and live without regret over yesterday or fear of tomorrow. Saints lend a hand to strangers despite differences of religion, gender, race and class. Please join us this Sunday at Unity In Marin’s Fall Festival, as we explore the saints that have gone before us, the saints that are among us today, and our youngest saints that are yet to come. Here on the Sunday before All Hallows Eve, a time when we remember the saints who have gone before us, it is important to remember that each of us is capable of sainthood – I want to believe that is truly who we are.
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