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MLK on Work: Sweeping the Streets of Gold

By Greg Forster; part four of a series.

In this final post on MLK’s profound speech at Barratt Junior High, I want to focus on how his famous faith-and-work “street sweeper” image draws together the elements we’ve seen so far in the speech, but also adds something more. 976 more words

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My Faith and Work Journey (Part 5)

By Alistair Mackenzie (see our interview with Alistair here)

Previous posts in this series: Part 1Part 2Part 3, Part 4… 951 more words

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MLK on Work: Grounded in Personalism

By Greg Forster; part one of a series.

Many in our movement have heard some version of Martin Luther King’s famous “street sweeper” illustration, which calls on workers to pursue excellence in their work and find dignity and meaning in that pursuit. 767 more words

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#MyMassTakeaway the dignity of work

Today’s the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Find the Mass Readings here: 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, September 24, 2017 1,578 more words

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Human Work Should Be Fulfilling - So Why Does it Feel like a Burden?

Ray Bradbury’s dystopian story “The Veldt,” published in 1950, depicts a future in which technology does everything, leaving humans to enjoy their leisure. Of course, they do not enjoy it. 772 more words

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No Free Lunch for You

On May 17, 2012, Mitt Romney said a few things that finally surfaced on September 17, 2012, when excerpts from a video recorded on hidden camera… 3,174 more words

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Teaching Kids About Dreams, Jobs and Dignity

 “What do you want to be when you grow up?”

Adults love to ask this question of children and relish the answers we’re given.

We love to hear the originality and confidence children possess when saying they’re going to be an astronaut or doctor. 1,034 more words

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