Search ResultsAdvent Hope: Staying Afloat In this Advent reflection, the author ponders the challenge of offering real hope in the midst of difficult circumstances.
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A Hymn of ReconciliationPD
See more hymns... Priests and Penance: Confession and Confessors Donncha O hAodha reflects on the rationale for, the advantages of, and suggestions for carrying out the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession), drawing on various scriptures and papal statements. | | Reconciliation is a discipline In this interview, Pie Ntukamazina, a Burundian Anglican bishop, talks about reconciliation as a discipline, suggesting that people will continue to suffer If the church does not take part in poverty reduction and ignorance reduction. | | A Future Of Hope We are still torn, in our churches and in our hearts, between the impulse toward reconciliation with our enemies and the conviction that God’s justice must be upheld. | | How Ordinary Christians Practice Forgiveness and Reconciliation You might wonder how a reconciliation focus would change council meetings or congregational conflicts. This article looks at responses to Miroslav Volf's books. | Homecoming Interpreting Jubilee as a "homecoming," this lectionary commentary by J. Alfred Smith on Leviticus 25:8-55 illustrates the liberation of being restored to God's Kingdom through repentance, rest, release from bondage, return to home, reconciliation and redemption. | | Reconciliation is a Discipline Pie Ntukamazina says reconciliation is when people were enemies in the past and they have come together to be friends in the present. He reflects on how he achieved this reconciliation with those who abducted him.... | | From Fast to Feast: Insights into the process of reconciliation from South Africa Cas Wepener describes the reconciliation that the church in South America has had to experience and continues to experience since the apartheid ended. | | Called to Reconciliation A Trinitarian prayer for Lent that thanks God for the blessings of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and seeks a renewed vocation to the work of reconciliation. |