Weekly Reflection

  • There are people in every time and every land that want to stop history in its tracks.  They fear the future, mistrust the present and invoke the security of the comfortable past which, in fact, never existed.  (Robert F. Kennedy)

  • Think of the impact one positive thought can have.  Now multiply that by a million and watch the world around us change.  (Hillary Weeks)

     

  • When you and I fail to raise our voices as we should, the Earth loses an opportunity to become an even better place to live than it could be.  (Joan Chittister, OSB)

     

  • We are stones skipped across the waters of the universe. The ripples of our presence, whatever it is,  good or bad, radiate forever.  (Joan Chittister, OSB)

     

  • Every generation inherits a world it never made; and, as it does so, it automatically becomes the trustee of that world for those who come after. In due course, each generation makes its own accounting to its children. (Robert F. Kennedy)

  • Think of the impact one positive thought can have. Now multiply that by a million and watch the world around us change. (Hillary Weeks)

     

  • Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. (Henry Ford)

  • Gratitude turns what we have into enough.  (Anonymous)

  • Climate change has never received the crisis treatment from our leaders, despite the fact that it carries the risk of destroying lives on a vastly greater scale than collapsed banks or collapsed buildings.  (Naomi Klein)

  • When we discover that there is within us a universal heart, we will have finally become a fully human, human being.  (Joan Chittister, OSB)

We are called by God and sent by the Church to reproduce in ourselves:
Christ healing... Christ consoling... Christ always aware of the needs of others.