Jesus’ mission was all abou teaching us to pay it forward. After all, God has first loved us and wants us to share that gift in our lives! Isn’t this what Jesus did? And it changed and is changing the world!
Fr. Robert Maloney, CM reflects on peace as a theme of Advent.
“Respect for minorities is to be considered the touchstone of social harmony and the index of the civic maturity attained by a country and its institutions” St. John Paul II
Celebrating Christmas is welcoming the Prince of Peace in our midst.
"A violent clash of opulence and poverty is shaking the ground under our feet. Our duty as Christians is to throw ourselves between these two camps in order to accomplish by love what justice alone cannot do."- Bl. Frédéric Ozanam Living in a time of crisis and...
My theme for this Lenten reflection centers on reconciliation, peace, and humility, which I chose after insights I gained in pastoral visits I made to apostolates of the Daughters of Charity in South Korea, Nagasaki, Japan, and Mauritania and Tunisia, Africa.
Using mobile phones to promote peace!
“Slaves No More, But Brothers and Sisters” Pope Francis
Federation NGO Newsletter and changing of the guard
Destroy hatred, not enemies, to bring peace – Peace does not come from wiping out enemies, it comes from destroying all hatred with prayer, dialogue and friendship, including in the church and within the Roman Curia, said Father Raniero Cantalamessa the preacher of the papal household.
Prayer, Peace, a place for the Poor – Advent letter of the Superior General
Vincent "artisan of peace" - eBook: Vincent de Paul and Peace At the time of the upheaval that occurred as a result of continual war, Vincent revealed himself as an “artisan of peace”, an effective and noteworthy arbitrator. At the same time, however,...