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 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."
The Peace Pulpit: "Compassion [is] entering into the feelings of others. It's the basis for reconciliation. That's how people begin to come together."
Peace Pulpit: We have been anointed to carry out the work of Jesus, the work of the ruler guiding and showing others the way.
The Peace Pulpit: Let the love of God impel us to reach out to others in love even in the most terrible circumstances of hate and violence.
The Peace Pulpit: What does the Reign of God mean? What would it look like if the Reign of God came in fullness?
The Peace Pulpit: It's appropriate that as we celebrate Pentecost, we do it with the background of the life and martyrdom of Oscar Romero.