A Prayer for the Unity of the Church
On April 25, 2011 By Matthew Soerens
Like Christians the world over, I’ve been re-reading the gospel accounts of Jesus’ Last Supper, trial, crucifixion, and resurrection over the last week. In John 17, as Jesus prays for his disciples and their successors in the hours before he is arrested, he prays for our unity as his Church: …that all of them […]Continue Reading →
What Will Become of the Libyan Refugees?
On March 7, 2011 By Matthew Soerens
Anyone paying any attention to the news over the past several weeks is aware that Libya is in the midst of a political upheaval inspired by the successful, peaceful revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia. Sadly, the Libyan situation has become very violent: as the Libyan government has stubbornly clung to power, as many as […]Continue Reading →