Posts Tagged With: Pope Francis

Today’s find: A path forward

Clearly, in his new book Let Us Dream, Pope Francis wasn’t speaking specifically about America’s 2020 political traumas, because the book was written many months before the tawdry events that have recently scarred so many of our cities – including the capital.

No, he wasn’t talking just about us. Even so, he seems well familiar with the lethal disease that currently affects our political discourse.

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Today’s find: Stirrin’ up the water

A field hospital after battle: that’s the image today’s gospel brought to mind for me.

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Today’s find: Mercy

It seems an odd choice, for Pope Francis to make today’s feast the starting point for the Jubilee of Mercy.

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Today’s find: Yoked

Pope Francis made headlines all week long during his pastoral visit to the United States, but it’s one of the things he said early on that sticks with me as an enduring blessing.

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Today’s find: Wordless wisdom

Have we been blessed by the papacy of Francis, or what? 

Blessed as a Church…blessed as the people of God…blessed as individuals, striving to know how the Holy One desires to work in our lives.

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