Care of creation – this quintessentially human vocation is summed up in Eucharistic Prayer D: “You formed us in your own image, giving the whole world into our care, so that, in obedience to you, our Creator, we might rule . . .
Violence seems to be on the rise all around us. Gun violence continues to be an intractable problem in American society. Drug and gang-related violence continues to inject fear into our inner cities. Civil war, persecution and deep insecurity is . . .
Healing. The topic is timely, given our ongoing emergence from a grueling and sometimes brutal election cycle. As Christians, wherever we fall on the political spectrum, it is our obligation to do the spiritual work to be peacemakers and reconcilers. . . .
The word is very near you. It is on your lips and in your heart. It is near you when you confess Jesus with your mouth and when you believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the . . .
Late summer is not the best time for official visitations, so this is when Margaret and I can enjoy Sunday mornings together in the pew. Recently we were at the cathedral and heard an excellent sermon by Forward Movement director . . .