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From the monthly archives: January, 2001

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Anti-Church bias calls for understanding

Fr. Ron Rolheiser, omi

January 29, 2001

Circumstance and history ask each generation to carry a certain pain and to redeem it through suffering. We are no exception. Our generation in the Western world is being asked to carry the pain of ecclesial disprivilege.

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Our need to be a missionary Church

Fr. Ron Rolheiser, omi

January 22, 2001
  • We know what to do for someone who comes to church, but we don't know how to get someone to come to church.
  • We know how to be Christian when we are poor, under-educated and culturally marginalized, but we struggle to be Christian when we are affluent, educated and have a full place in the culture.

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A mother responds to the monastic bell

Fr. Ron Rolheiser, omi

January 15, 2001

Carlo Carretto, one of the leading spiritual writers of the past half-century, lived for more than a dozen years as a hermit in the Sahara desert. Alone, with only the Blessed Sacrament for company, milking a goat for his food, and translating the Bible into the local Bedouin language, he prayed for long hours by himself.

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