- Jul 12, 2020
For those who know the scrapes and scars of ministry, a diocesan anniversary is an occasion to give public thanks to God and to reinvigorate energies and efforts toward a deeper commitment.
Freedom shows us the proper order of things and summons us to do what is right. As human persons, we have to grow into our freedom and safeguard it, so that it does not become enslaved itself.
As we witness the Lord’s loving fidelity to the Father and his tenacity in the battle against evil, we hear the invitation in our hearts to follow him.
A father’s love, according to divine wisdom, is expressed in how he protects, cares for, feeds, provides for, and teaches his children.
Does Father’s Day give us some insights into how our troubles have come about? Can it help us to find resolution and healing to the ills of our day?
God’s kingdom is not an abstract or poetic idea. While not as loud, shocking, or abrasive as sin, it is truly here and it has an unimaginable power to change lives and societies.