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September 22, 2019
We must fight against injustices.
The first reading today speaks of wealthy merchants taking advantage of the poor. Does that sound familiar? Even today, thousands of years later, the poor are often preyed on by others.
The world is an imperfect place. In our role as Christians, we strive to not be the ones taking advantage of others. But that is not enough. We must also be advocates of those who cannot get out of their situations on their own. God is on the side of the poor, the weak, and the feeble. That should be our side, too.
This is a never-ending work in progress. For each injustice we right, three more will be in line to take its place. As long as evil exists in the world, there will be temptations for corruption and power. If we each do our part in fighting injustices, we can make a difference. Perhaps not for the world but for each individual whose life we touch. In the end, each of us will be accountable to God for our actions (or lack thereof).
Ignatius House Jesuit Retreat Center Fall Retreats
List of retreats that will be offered at Ignatius House this fall.
40 Days For Life Fall 2019 Kickoff
September 24, 7:00 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Marietta, GA.
Second Half of Life Can Be the Better Half
Monastery of the Holy Spirit Retreat on September 27-29.
Rachel's Vineyard Retreat
PATH will be facilitating a Rachel's Vineyard Weekend retreat, October 11-13. This weekend retreat helps women and men who are struggling with the grief of abortion find peace and inner healing.
Laughs for Life: A Night of Clean Comedy
Get set for the funniest, most meaningful CLEAN comedy show of the year; Laughs for Life: A Night of Comedy Benefiting The Pregnancy Aid Clinic. Friday, October 11, 8:00 - 9:30 p.m.
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Words of the Week 2018-19 Videos
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