When will we really buy into the systemic change of thinking Jesus came to show us?
Formation: Systemic change
Over the next several weeks the liturgy, drawing from the Acts of the Apostles, presents selected stories of ordinary people who coped with severe polarization some 2,000 years ago.
The Commission on the Promotion of Systemic Change provided a one day zoom workshop for the Daughters of Charity of the Province of St. Louise, USA.
Everyone wants structural change. Do we pray for it?
Apparently some in the Vincentian Family think our systemic change (SC) work has run its course.
What might be “Socially Acceptable” and “Not Socially Acceptable” elements of “structural” racism.
As you prepare to celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi, have you ever thought of how it provides the underpinnings for systemic change?
The earth herself, burdened and laid waste, is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor; she “groans in travail” (Rom 8:22)
A simple story that describes what it is like to be poor.
What can we learn about being chang agents from imitating God’s model of bringing about a change in our ways of thinking?
We face a choice. Will we think of ourselves as living in a Holy Saturday world or an Easter Sunday world?
The only certain thing these days is uncertainty. When will the pandemic end, how many lives will be lost, will life ever be the same?