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Jonah comes to us as an important figure in salvation history. A reluctant God-bearer, his discernment process wailed in him through much inner turmoil. He was a good man—just unsure of himself, and who he was before God. After accepting the unrelenting call of the Lord, he laid down his armor of fear and doubt and picked up the armor of God. He was chosen and like many of those chosen as messengers, it took a while for him to realize that God had his back.
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The Lord's Prayer, or the "Our Father," invites us to live with our neighbor in tender, loving intimacy of Jesus’ relationship with the One Who Is. The Lord's Prayer, or the "Our Father," invites us to live with our neighbor in tender, loving intimacy of Jesus’ relationship with the One Who Is. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that if we are to begin praying this prayer truthfully, we must "overcome our divisions and oppositions." Furthermore, before we even pray, “we must cleanse our hearts of false images drawn from ‘this world’ (#2779).”
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For I was hungry and you gave me food…. More than a quarter of African-American households are food insecure. (U.S. Department of Agriculture)