Body Politic of Compassion

“…and let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching!”

Eirene

samnkids [Theology is] considered as a reflection of . . . faith and of the moral force of the Word, for the work of liberation from injustice and from sin, in its structural as well as personal dimension. Reflection is only a partial understanding of truth if it does not translate itself in practice into commitments to the common good and justice. Truth is not mere abstraction, but something to be done; and is only apprehended when this is realized. It is this concrete work, which Christians must undertake in great numbers, that will lead to the process of liberation of our people.                                                            ~Adolfo Esquivel, Argentine artist, Nobel Peace Prize recipient

Christ reigning in the soul for Julian of Norwich echoes Esquivel’s…

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One Response to Body Politic of Compassion

  1. Perfect verse! just, perfect.

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