When we look at the face of the poor, we’re reminded of our own power and privilege. Yet it’s the poor who teach us about our powerlessness and how to live a life of mercy.
God’s messages seem to come in threes for Teresa, and in the little creatures of nature.
The hope of Emmanuel appears in the stories of our lives.
“Perhaps we are being called to remain with these suffering people, in silence, with no words, allowing the spirit of the God of abundant life to move within each of us.”
The trees and leaves teach us about glorifying God and being ourselves in any season.
“See, I make all things new,” God says. Goodness and beauty can even spring forth from the brokenness within a family.
Lately I’ve felt “more Christian”. Here are three ways we can grow in our Christian identity.
Pope Francis essentially calls for one thing: Human dignity. Why are some so opposed to Francis’ message?
Being Christian is more than professing doctrines and participating in rituals. It’s a Christ-centred lifestyle about loving one another.