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least and most

Every morning as my husband and I drive into work we pass the homeless.  There are those who are gathered at the outreach center for meals and assistance, those who are asleep in the doorways and on benches, and the three or four we pass with their cardboard sign asking for assistance, signed with  307 more words

The Least of These: A Story

My journey home from the office was always the same. I would plug my earphones into my i-pod, block out the sounds, forget about my day at the office, and dream about dinner, baths, comfy slippers and the bar of chocolate I was going to buy on my way home. 434 more words


"Are you God’s wife?”

“And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you,
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these….” 297 more words

How Will Jesus Judge Us?

At the opening mass of the 20th General Assembly of Caritas Internationalis on May 12, 2015, the Bishop of Rome told his audience:

… We must do what we can so that everyone has something to eat, but we must also remind the powerful of the Earth that God will call them to judgement one day and there it will be revealed if they really tried to provide food for Him in every person and if they did what they could to preserve the environment so that it could produce this food …

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Bible Study

Parable of Taking The Lowest Place

Luke 14:1

Jesus is invited to Sabbath dinner at the home of a Pharisee; there are lots of important people there and they are all watching Jesus to see what he will do. 384 more words


Bill O'Reilly, Christian, on Homelessness, or Pieces of Humanity

I am not a Christian. Any understanding I have of the New Testament comes second-hand, though I’ve done a decent amount of reading about it. As I understand it, Jesus had quite a lot to say about helping the poor and downtrodden and very little to say about the issues that people typically moralize and scold about these days (like homosexuality, for instance). 1,125 more words


Thursday doors

Welcome to the front door of St. Mary’s Church, Dover, New Hampshire.

Dover was settled in 1623 by brothers William and Edward Hilton, London fishmongers, making it the oldest permanent settlement in New Hampshire and the seventh oldest in the United States. 173 more words