Monthly Archives: December 2015

December 3

Reflection So much violence is done in our world in the name of a judgmental God without mercy. Our own self-righteousness in the name of God empowers us to condemn the beliefs and lives of others. Jesus, who called God “Abba”, did not teach this. Jesus reflected a loving God who could be moved with pity for us in our…

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December 2

Reflection Today we remember four women who were raped, mutilated, and murdered on December 2, 1980. These American women dedicated their lives to providing food, transportation and other assistance to the people who were being oppressed in El Salvador. Sr. Dorothy Kazel, OSU, Jean Donovan, Sr. Ita Ford, MM, and Sr. Maura Clarke, MM, gave their lives to a faith…

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