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Are we fully converted?

The first time I really began to take Christianity seriously was when I first opened a copy of The Violence of Love whilst travelling in South America. 2,126 more words


A sermon for Oscar Romero's 99th birthday

To mark the Blessed Oscar Romero’s 99th birthday the Catholic bishop for migrants in England and Wales gave a stirring sermon in Southwark Cathedral.

Fr Patrick Lynch, also auxiliary bishop of Southwark, spoke first of the horror of human slavery in England’s eastern agricultural region. 237 more words


Article: The Clash of Transcendence and History: The Conversion of Óscar Arnulfo Romero, Part II, by David B. Perrin

The second part of David’s article on Oscar Romero has been published in Vinayasādhana: Dharmaram Journal of Psycho-Spiritual Formation (July, 2016: Dharmaram College, Bangalore, India, 60-76). 249 more words


Wayfaring Stranger

Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost

Genesis 15:1-6

Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16

Luke 12:32-40

Martin Luther King Jr. knew that the faithful may not see God’s Kingdom or promised land fully and in this life. 1,423 more words


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Sometimes I write things on the interwebz.  Mainly on Facebook, really, but sometimes those things get picked up and shared or published elsewhere, and then I lose track of them and I can’t find them and I can’t track how my own heart and thinking are developing, and how the communities with whom I’m in relationship are shaping that evolution.   474 more words

The Example of Romero

by Kenneth L. Field

If someday they take the radio station away from us, if they close down our newspaper, if they silence us, if they kill all the priests and the bishop too, and you are left alone, a people without priests, each one of you must be God’s microphone, each one of you must be a messenger, a prophet. 3,460 more words