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Tag Archives: solidarity

Following Christ Crucified

Surrendering his life out of love for creation, Jesus somehow places himself in solidarity with all suffering. Continue Reading Following Christ Crucified

It Can’t Be Carried Alone: Weekly Summary

Just as salvation is one collective reality, so too is evil. It is always collective. Continue Reading It Can’t Be Carried Alone: Weekly Summary

Christ Suffers with Us

The suffering that we carry is our solidarity with the one, universal longing of all humanity. Continue Reading Christ Suffers with Us

Coming through Crises Stronger

Everything is interconnected, but we do not always transform this interdependence into solidarity. Continue Reading Coming through Crises Stronger

A special note from Fr. Richard: In Loving Solidarity With All

Just over two years ago I gave my last homily before the pandemic. Continue Reading A special note from Fr. Richard: In Loving Solidarity With All

Stay with the Suffering

When we try to live in solidarity with the world’s pain, we will encounter various forms of “crucifixion.” Continue Reading Stay with the Suffering

No One Is Expendable

How you treat other human beings is how you treat Jesus. Continue Reading No One Is Expendable

It Can’t Be Carried Alone

I wonder if the way to spiritually hold suffering—and not let it destroy us—is to recognize that we cannot do it alone. Continue Reading It Can’t Be Carried Alone

The Global Common Good

Rediscovering the Common Good The Global Common Good Friday, November 5, 2021 In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis urges Christians to consider the long-term effects of our actions which impact the future well-being of the human species, all living things, and our planet itself: The notion of the common good also extends to future generations. The… Continue Reading The Global Common Good

The Goodness of Solidarity

Rediscovering the Common Good The Goodness of Solidarity Thursday, November 4, 2021 Few Christians in the twentieth century lived their lives as devoted to the common good as Dorothy Day. She served the poor, homeless, and hungry in New York City for decades. Her steadfast belief in the dignity of the poor as bearing the… Continue Reading The Goodness of Solidarity

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