Daily Archives: 9 January 2021

The Servant

In looking for a servant in the mold of Jesus, consider the measure of the prophet Isaiah from this weekend’s reading. Look for a person … not crying out, not shouting, not making (their) voice heard in the street. a … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 71: Opportunities For Mercy

Pope Francis sees “inertia,” but many people experience upheaval.  71. The story of the Good Samaritan is constantly being repeated. We can see this clearly as social and political inertia is turning many parts of our world into a desolate … Continue reading

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Et Tu, Racism?

Fallout from sedition at the Capitol will be settling for some time. The president’s supporters have forced racism into the limelight yet again. At some point the US will need a reckoning on it, difficult as that may be for … Continue reading

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