Angela Kim

Angela Kim

Angela Kim is a chef and a member of Seattle’s Blessed Sacrament Parish.

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A sweet and sour dish inspired by Our Lady of Lourdes

Merry Christmas and happy new year! About this time in the Christmas season I am reminded of the crèche my brother used to set up in his yard. Among streets lined with bins heaped with discarded trees and remnants of gift wrap, the Magi would continue their journey across the yard with precious gifts in hand, each day bringing them closer to the scene of Mary, Joseph and the infant Jesus. The journeying Magi evoked delight and sometimes confused amusement from passers-by, and I like to imagine the sight may have prompted a question and search into why the Magi were still journeying after Christmas Day. This memory has become for me a gentle superlative example of how our personal joy and delight in Christ can naturally and simply become a way of evangelization. We need not even know it.

'Angel eggs' to celebrate dear friends

This month we honor and celebrate the archangels. Ever present and with us, Sts. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael plant and sow fruits that may be felt in an increase of courage, perseverance and fortitude, among other graces. Our Archdiocese of Seattle is under their patronage, and they love us so!

Catholic Home - Late-spring strawberries proclaim the immeasurable love of Christ

The bright warm sun of June and the glittering emerald green of our region testify to the fruitful joy of life. The solemnities of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ and the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus conspire with Mother Nature, impelling and enabling our metaphysical senses. The celebration of the apex of our Catholic faith, the Eucharist, and the love that made all things, occurring in June — the apex of late spring in the Pacific Northwest, ushering in summer — is so very fitting. Thank you, Jesus!