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Reflecting on the 2013 World Day of Peace Message and Reaffirming our “Option for the Poor” in the New Year.

The “Option for the Poor and Vulnerable” is a principle of our Catholic social teaching. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) reminds us that this principle is firmly rooted in scripture and in our tradition. In its social … Continue reading

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January is “Poverty Awareness Month:” Visit the Poverty USA website and resources.

In a recent article posted on the Financial Times Pope Benedict XVI offered the following Christmas message titled “A time for Christians to engage with the world.” While the article is a economic reflection on the Christmas message it also … Continue reading

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Duel of the Prophets

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During the Advent season many of us enjoy a deep appreciation for the Prophetic tradition. The first lectionary reading during this liturgical season is usually from the tradition of the written Prophets; these include Isaiah, Jeremiah, Hosea, Amos, Micah and … Continue reading

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