Who Calms Our Storms? June 24, 2018 – 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time “The wind ran out of breath and the sea became smooth as glass.” The Biblical writers were certainly great story tellers. In the first reading Job speaks about balance and harmony in nature, in creation. As we learn from the sciences, the […]Read more "Today’s Homily by Peter Arney Member of Sophia Inclusive Community"
Thomas Merton, “Our job is to love others without stopping to inquire whether or not they are worthy. That is not our business and, in fact, it is nobody’s business. What we are asked to do is to love, and this love itself will render both ourselves and our neighbors worthy.” How well this applies to […]Read more "Who is Worthy?"
This incompetent administration has no plan, no process to reunite children and parents!Read more "The Children"
When, if ever, will the children be United with their parents?Read more "The Children"
Roger Karban offers this beautiful metaphor. He uses the image of monarch butterfly migrations as a way of understanding our role in the kindom. It takes up to at least four generations of butterflies to complete the 3,000-mile trip from Mexico to Canada, and back to Mexico every year. No one butterfly is able to […]Read more "Homily 11th Sunday B"
I cannot think of a more horrifying experience for a family than to have the children separated from their parents! What have we become! How can we justify such action! Might does not make right! The United States of America is not always right! In this case we are dead wrong! Do not quote me […]Read more "Separating Children from Parents"
If you surf cable stations long enough you see just about anything. And I do mean anything! As you click the remote there are numerous reality shows. Many start with “Housewives of”. The Discovery channel offers an, ahem, unique reality show; Naked and Afraid. This show is about survival in the wild. Two unrelated contestants–one […]Read more "Today’s Homily: Naked and Afraid – The Adam and Eve Myth"