Christian discipleship calls all of us to be prophetic, to be advocates for justice, to help give voice to the poor, and to defend truth. But not all of us, by temperament or by particular vocation, are called to civil Continue reading →
We believe you are the God of the poor and that poverty includes being hungry, unemployed and orphaned, living on a pension or grant, meagre earnings for arduous and hazardous work, ill health, anxiety and stress and the absence of Continue reading →
O God, Creator and Sustainer, we offer thanks for the richness of creation, for the hidden treasures of the earth, fruitful, extravagant, and boundless.With joy, we receive them from your hand and wonder, “Who are we, your creatures, that Continue reading →
We thank you because you have given us the strength to be together in these moments, to invoke you, to present to you everything that moves us, to listen to the good news that you have for us in these Continue reading →
Like the crib, the whole mystery of Christmas–Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem–is extremely simple, and because of this, it is accompanied by poverty and joy, and therefore not difficult to understand by those who have the eye of faith.