The Peace Pulpit: "As we gather together as God's people, we are those who continue to build on the foundation that was laid previously 60 years ago in this place."
The Peace Pulpit
The Peace Pulpit: "I suggest that it's important for us to really take this liturgy and the Word seriously every week."
The Peace Pulpit: I think it's really the only thing that gives us genuine hope that somehow out of violence, hatred, death, and destruction can come new life.
The Peace Pulpit: "Those are the roles that we are to carry out then in following Jesus."
The Peace Pulpit: "We must heed the message of Francis, Francis who is heeding the message of Jesus. He came into this world for all people."
The Peace Pulpit: "We have to accept that kind of Jesus, a Jesus who is among us in our world today, the stranger, the refugee, and the immigrant."
The Peace Pulpit: "Even when things ... are not going well, deep within us there can be a spirit of deep joy, a sense of peace. How could that happen?"
The Peace Pulpit: "[Jesus] did come 2,000 years ago, but we haven't really listened down through those years, even until today, to his message."
Peace Pulpit: We should start with ourselves and our own communities and our relationships with other people by reaching out in love even when love is not shown to us.
The Peace Pulpit: "We must try to make our lives, lives that follow the way of Jesus, the way of love and goodness."