A quick quiz! What are the two greatest systemic changes in human history? (Here’s an important clue – They are interrelated!)
Articles for John Freund
Have you ever thought of the birth of Jesus as the greatest systemic change?
Mary’s Magnificat is a dangerous memory. Mary not only gave thanks for this revolution. She intuitively realized she was part of the revolution.
After Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem some of the Pharisees in the crowd said to him, “Teacher, rebuke your disciples.” Jesus did not. Why?
Here are some simple thought-starters we can use to build bridges in our daily encounters.
My mother did not realize she was teaching me about systemic change. But she did. She taught me how to appreciate the Incarnation is the greatest systemic change in our history.
Vincent 1.0 was a bright ambitious cleric seeking to escape poverty and work his way up the ecclesiastical ladder. How did he become Vincent 2.0, a man on fire with God’s love in Jesus?
I was personally stopped cold by this post in America Magazine A 12-step Advent examen on what it means ‘to be parish’. It hit me as expressing something between the cracks of first aid and systemic change.
Father Aidan Rooney, CM has been asked by the Superior General of the Congregation of the Mission to further develop and implement the approved strategic plan and to succeed me as the coordinator of the FamVin Project.