Monthly Archives: November 2006

The Coming of the Savior

Advent By Daniel Berrigan It is not true that creation and the human family are doomed to destruction and loss —This is true: For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son,that whoever believes in him, … Continue reading

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Room at the Inn

I owe the inspiration for this post to Paula at MoreLight. She had a link from her site that led me to a tremendous film by Gerry Straub. Even more poignant is the fact that four members of our St. … Continue reading

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Gift Suggestion

With the holidays right around the corner I’ve got a gift suggestion for you. It will go to support one of my favorite sacred places. The monks at Genesee Abbey in Piffard, New York earn their living by producing “Monk’s … Continue reading

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What voice are you listening to?

Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.—Jesus. What does it mean to belong to the truth? How do we know that we’re listening to His voice? Today was the feast of Christ the King, the last Sunday … Continue reading

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Moral Theology of the Devil

It sometimes happens that the men who preach most vehemently about evil and the punishment of evil, so that they seem to have practically nothing else on their minds except sin, are really unconcious haters of other men. They think … Continue reading

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Root of war

At the root of all war is fear: not so much the fear men have of one another as the fear they have of everything. It is not merely that they don’t trust one another: they do not trust themselves. … Continue reading

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Please pray

Please pray for the people of Iraq. They didn’t ask to be invaded. Most of them are people just like us. They just want to raise their families and live their lives. They have endured outrageous trials that tear at … Continue reading

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