The Peace Pulpit: If you read in the Gospels at any length, you'll find all kinds of examples of Jesus treating people with dignity.
The Peace Pulpit
The Peace Pulpit: If we listen to what is happening in each of the temptations Jesus faced in the wilderness, we discover a meaning in his life and how we can reflect that.
The Peace Pulpit: We have a feeling that yes, in an abstract way, God must love me, but sometimes I do worry, any one of us.
The Peace Pulpit: God's foolishness is wiser than human wisdom, and God's weakness is stronger than human strength.
The Peace Pulpit: If the reign of God is really going to break forth in its fullness, it will be because of disciples of Jesus who listen to his word and try to follow it.
The Peace Pulpit: What it means to change our lives — I suggest just one profound way and an important way for us to live in what is truly the richest country in the world.
The Peace Pulpit: "We will transform our world into the reign of God where there will be peace and fullness of life for every person."
The Peace Pulpit: Pope Francis said that we really do have to be a church that reaches out to people who feel pushed away, and draw them back.
The Peace Pulpit: Shepherds lived a rough and difficult life. But they were the ones to receive the first message that the Son of God had entered into human history.
The Peace Pulpit: "I hope that as we spend this final week of preparation for celebrating the birth of Jesus, that we dwell for a while on Joseph."