The scourge of the Coronavirus has brought pain and heartache to millions but many of us are also rediscovering some values that appear to have been forgotten in recent years among them concern and caring for one another and yes reaching out and touching one another something we are discouraged from doing during this crisis.
Sometimes we’d like to travel the world to help our fellow humans, but what if your world doesn’t extend beyond the backyard? This Catholic Central episode examines the Seven Pillars of Catholic Social Teaching, and how they should influence our interpersonal relations, whether far or near.
At times the Word of God shocks us awake. Today we hear of two rich people. One is nameless, living for himself, and the other shares his wealth with others.
In a sermon he delivered in a Baptist church, the Rev. Martin Luther King preached about the Drum Major Instinct that characterizes some people today.
The Gospel today illustrates two distinct groups, described as goats and sheep, distinguished by their attitude toward “the least.” The reality is, most of us are both.
Saint James had a one liner in the Scripture reading today that sliced through his entire letter about faith and works. Faith, if it does not have works, is dead.