Daily Meditations
Welcome, welcome, welcome. I welcome everything that comes to me in this moment because I know it is for my healing. — Mary Mrozowski Read The Perennial Tradition: Weekly Summary
The root of violence is the illusion of separation—from God, from being one with oneself and everything else, and from Being Itself. — Richard Rohr Read Creating Peaceful Change
Practicing nonviolence means claiming our fundamental identity as the beloved children of the God of peace. — John Dear Read Remembering Who We Already Are
Jesus abhors both passivity and violence as responses to evil. His is a third alternative not even touched by these options. — Walter Wink Read The Third Way
I pray that the image and likeness of God in each person will enable us to acknowledge one another as sacred gifts endowed with immense dignity. — Pope Francis Read Politics for Peace
Because we Christians haven’t taken Jesus’ teaching and example seriously, much of the world refuses to take us seriously. — Richard Rohr Read Nonviolence Works
The nonviolent life to which we are called is rooted in the life of God and in God’s longing for humanity. God is unconditional love. — Catholic Nonviolence Initiative Read A Universal Ethic of Nonviolence

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