Friday of the Second Week of Easter He is both the Bread of life and the dew of the Holy Spirit that together nourish man’s deepest hopes and desires. Bishop Patrick J. Zurek Chapter 5 A BETTER KIND OF POLITICS THE EXCERCISE OF POLITICAL LOVE Sacrifices born of love The Following Reflection is Based onContinue reading “Bishop Zurek’s Deepest Desire”
Wednesday of the Second Week of Easter so that his works may be clearly seen as done in God. Jn 3:21 Chapter 5 A BETTER KIND OF POLITICS THE EXCERCISE OF POLITICAL LOVE Sacrifices born of love 187. This charity, which is the spiritual heart of politics, is always a preferential love shown to thoseContinue reading “Love or Passivity”
“This generation is an evil generation;
it seeks a sign…”
And that no one is justified before God by the law is clear,
Louisville Unitarian Church offers sanctuary for protesters downtown.
Today, the nature that surrounds us is no longer admired, but “devoured”. We must return to contemplation; so as not to be distracted by a thousand useless things, we must find silence; for the heart not to become sick, we must be still. #SeasonOfCreation Pope Francis In this moment we will reach out in confidenceContinue reading “Thursday of the Twenty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time”
As the observance of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15) begins,…“Hispanics, and in particular Hispanic Catholics, are determined to be part of the solution to the current reality: the COVID-19 pandemic, the call for racial justice, and the continuing impact of global climate change.” U.S. Bishops’ Chairman of Hispanic Affairs Reflects on HispanicContinue reading “Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows”
This, then, was their couch, a very uncomfortable one not only for that reason, but especially because they were naked, without any clothing to protect them.
he shall be peace.