Monday, February 19, 2018

Catholic Women Preach

“For Christians nonviolence is the attitude of one who is so convinced of God’s love and power that he or she is not afraid to tackle evil with weapons of love and truth,” Sr. Martha Ann Kirk echoes Pope Francis’ message for the Fiftieth World Day of Peace.

In a reflection on the Readings for the Third Sunday of Lent, she considers Jesus’ last free act before he was taken to be killed, he reached out to heal someone who had come to hurt him. 

This reflection can be seen on Catholic Women Preach:  This is “an innovative project designed to address some of the most pressing challenges facing the Church today by responding to Pope Francis’ call for broader and more active engagement of the baptized in the preaching mission of the Church. 

This project is a deeply faithful, hopeful and joyful initiative intended to build up the Church.”   Hear Sister Tere Maya’s message last year:  

One can register to receive the message each week.

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