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The Peace Pulpit consists of the Sunday homilies of Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, a retired Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit.
The Peace Pulpit: "He will not cry out or shout or raise his voice in the streets." In biblical terms, calling out in the street means a call to arms, to go to war. This servant will not do that.
The Peace Pulpit: As we celebrate Christmas, we celebrate with joy and with hope, but also with some determination to bring about change in our life as we listen to Jesus and follow his way.
The Peace Pulpit: "Isaiah is talking about our planet. It's a very timely message for us now. In the reign of God, our planet will be restored. Right now, we're damaging it to the point where it may not be able to recover."
The Peace Pulpit: "People are desperately in need and we need to remind ourselves that Jesus ... identifies himself with those people and asks us to welcome him by welcoming them."
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