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Trusting in and preparing for the mystery

We will always be uncertain about what we pray for, but we can always be certain that he will lovingly bless us with the unexpected

Fighting the oppression of real poverty

Real poverty is caused by the desire of one to hoard “meaningless” earthly advantages, at the expense and to the disadvantage of another

Intimately knowing Jesus

Mary sensed that a “Christ-follower” must not merely obey his teachings, promptings and example, but must also “become Christ”

Simple loving

Loving is an action which we may hardly think about, if it does not come with a “return on investment”

The ‘wolves’ in us

Happiness comes much less from what we are committed to give, but much more from what we do not deserve to receive

An examination of discipleship

Discipleship is both an exhortation and an example of selflessness

The Spirit of Peace

Is it not an irony of history for one’s liberty to be paid for at the cost of restraining it in another?

Bearing our daily crosses

True servants of the kingdom of justice and peace “know how to sustain the weary” because they have been forsaken in the structures of sin

Sharing the gift of newness

Are we frustrating God with our persistent disobedience and our stubborn ways of selfishness?

A misplaced spiritual pride

How then can we expect to serve the kingdom of God by curing the pride of the world, if we cannot control the pride of our own churches?

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