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
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."
The Peace Pulpit: "Jesus is telling us that for all of us who share in this banquet, this Eucharist ... we begin to live eternal life now."
The Peace Pulpit: "God is always loving us. God is love and somehow, we have to try to be like that -- be love."