When we read the Gospel of Luke 16: 1-13, we hear about an employee who cheats on his employer.
Brother Fabrizio Szymanski, NSA, made his firs profession as an Atonement Friar, in a Mass celebrated by Minister General Father Brian Terry, SA.
Jesus lived in a society where caste lines were sharply drawn. It was clearly understood that people stayed with their own kind. Good people did not mix and mingle with bad people.
The fourth annual Paul Wattson Lecture will take place on Monday, October 10 at the James and Catherine Denny Center at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. The theme of this year’s lecture is “The Intersection Between Ecumenism and Justice.”
In Luke 14:25-33 we read that large crowds were coming to Jesus. The movement He started with a dozen men was swelling with converts. How pleased the disciples must have been.
With more than 4,000 participants from over 352 churches, the World Council of Churches’ 11th annual assembly began on Wednesday, August 31.
Paul Lipowski, Ed.D. joined the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement at Graymoor as the organization's new Chief Charism Officer, starting August 29, 2022. A proven leader, Paul possesses a wealth of experience in Franciscan theology, religious education, strategic planning, recruitment and development, and in nonprofit management, among many areas of expertise.
Our gospel today is the third instance in which Luke tells us that Jesus ate with the Pharisees. It must have been an unusual event. Luke says that they watched him closely. However, it seems that Jesus was also observing them. He gently teases the other guests about what he had observed.
On Sunday, September 25, St. Christopher’s Inn will hold its inaugural Be the Bridge: Walk for Recovery at the Walkway Over the Hudson State Park in Poughkeepsie.