The Peace Pulpit: "Even when things ... are not going well, deep within us there can be a spirit of deep joy, a sense of peace. How could that happen?"
The Peace Pulpit
The Peace Pulpit: "[Jesus] did come 2,000 years ago, but we haven't really listened down through those years, even until today, to his message."
Peace Pulpit: We should start with ourselves and our own communities and our relationships with other people by reaching out in love even when love is not shown to us.
The Peace Pulpit: "We must try to make our lives, lives that follow the way of Jesus, the way of love and goodness."
The Peace Pulpit: We cannot support and participate in policies that, as Jesus says, "Devour the widows and the orphans' goods, exploit them, and bring further injustice into their lives."
The Peace Pulpit: "Jesus doesn't want everyone to be destitute. ... God made the earth and the planets and everything that is as a gift for all of us."
Peace Pulpit: We will draw forth leaders in our communities who can do the ministering, the shepherding and allow parish communities to grow and flourish
Peace Pulpit: Jesus calls us all to a life of service, “If you want to be my disciple, deny yourself, take up your cross and follow me in serving others.”
Peace Pulpit: Transform the world through love, through the way of mercy and forgiveness and reconciliation. Only those are the ways that bring peace.
The Peace Pulpit: "The poor, the vulnerable, the homeless, those in exile ... the refugees and immigrants -- we don't really reach out and draw them in."