It seems that each year we have good intentions to commit to some type of New Year’s resolution. Change in our life style is not easy. Many of us dream about taking steps towards a healthier lifestyle but how many of us reflect on a healthier faith life? According to several polls, the top ten New Year’s Resolutions are. . .
Last month I was involved in an experience which has made me wonder, wonder about some of our approaches for adult faith formation.
In an online discussion with leaders in adult faith formation throughout the country (who usually have lots to say) I asked what their churches were doing in response to the call from Pope Francis for a day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria (on September 7, 2013). Francis invited Catholics, other Christians, those of other faiths and non-believers who are `'men of good will" to join him that day in St. Peter's Square to invoke the `'gift" of peace for Syria, the rest of the Middle East and worldwide where there is conflict.
There was one response.
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