The Peace Pulpit: We try to be like those first disciples and see where there is a need, fulfill that need, bring God's goodness and God's love to every part of our world.
The Peace Pulpit
The Peace Pulpit: Fix deeply in our minds and in our hearts today that Jesus has overcome suffering and death and violence and killing and all the terrible things that go on in our world through sin.
The Peace Pulpit: Jesus comes into Jerusalem not as a warrior king, but as a humble servant riding on a donkey. If we can fully grasp what Jesus is telling us, it will begin to change our attitude, our way of acting.
The Peace Pulpit: As we're preparing for this great feast of light and water and life, we get a deeper sense of how God brings light into our life through Jesus.
The Peace Pulpit: We have to listen to God in the Word that we hear every week. We have to receive God into our hearts through our Eucharist.
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: 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.