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"Solidarity does not assume that our struggles are the same struggles, or that our pain is the same pain, or that our hope is for the same future. Solidarity involves commitment, and work, as well as the recognition that even if we do not have the same feelings, or the same lives, or the same bodies, we do live on common ground." - Sarah Ahmed
Monthly Archives: March 2017
There has been a flurry of articles in the last few days all around the theme of the 4th anniversary of the election of Pope Francis. Many of them all run along the same lines but I found this one … Continue reading
•Genesis 12: 1-4 * 2 Timothy 1: 8-10 * Matthew 17: 1-9• Weekly Scripture Readings: 2nd Sunday in Lent I have stood many times on top of Mount Tabor in Galilee, just as I have stood many times on top of … Continue reading
A bit of a long read, but worth it. It is always interesting to hear from voices in other countries regarding this papacy. We here in the US, IMHO, are getting a sometimes very slanted view of Pope Francis….reyanna By … Continue reading
I was delightfully surprised to see this US Catholic article pop up in my Twitter feed. I know, and probably many of you know, the two people featured in this article. I worked with Betsy at Community Medical Center in … Continue reading
Well, PF was on retreat some miles outside of Rome, so the news cycle was slow. Then today, several good articles popped up. This is the first of three I will post. They are all good ones….reyanna By David Gibson … Continue reading
•Genesis: 2:7 -9; 3: 1-7 * Romans 5: 12, 17-19 *Matthew 4: 1-11 • Weekly Scripture Readings: 1st Sunday of Lent In our nation’s political world, this is a year, not only of utter surprise, but of growing chaos and confusion. There is … Continue reading
A short pithy Lenten meditation….reyanna By Anthony Egan SJ March 3, 2017 Jesuit Institute of South Africa on-line The famous American circus showman P T Barnum … Continue reading
“CDF” is “Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith” formerly known as the “Holy Office”, and before that the “Office of the Inquisition”….reyanna By Gerald O’Connell … Continue reading
Many of you may have already read a number of articles in the last week related to Pope Francis and the clergy sex abuse crisis. If you have not, I wanted to collect some of the major ones in this … Continue reading