Jesus embodies the one who created us, men and women, in his image, after his likeness. Rightly does he tell us,...
Articles in Reflections
“To do this is to preach the Gospel by words and by works…”
Blessed Frederic Ozanam pronounced his well-known sentence: “The order of society rests on two truths: justice and charity.” Undoubtedly, promoting decent work is a duty of justice and charity.
Over the decades I have noticed that the connotation of “Cafeteria Catholic“ varies according to who is doing the calling and what the issue is.
I have read about the need for shelters and rapid rehousing. But Robert Davis, writing for Invisible People, captured an insight in two metaphors – “Bridge” and “soft incarceration.”
Most of us know the image backing the word “scandalize;” i.e., somebody tripping over a stone in the road.
You all know what a scrapbook is. It is not about throwing away scraps. It is about keeping memories alive.
Jesus is merciful. For he cares for those who call on him in their needs. He does not leave them at the edge of the road; he takes them with him. The one who has come to be a sacrifice for all cannot pass over those who are poor. Those, though, who take seats of...
Evangelization cannot be limited to announcing the word but must be done through deeds.
In India, SCNs Asrita Lugun and Gracy Thombrakudy have visited the labor office a number of times to request the office conduct a vaccination camp for the migrants of the district.
One of my favorite lines in the psalms rests within Psalm 95. The prayer starts with a wonderful summon to the people to praise.
It is obvious that we are not living in the same church as we were some 50 years ago. How obvious depends on whether you are 60, 40, or 20,