A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Friday 11 May

Acts 15:22-31, Ps 57, John 15:12-17

Everlasting fruit

We live in a fractured, compartmentalised society.

Much lobbying goes on behind closed doors.

We are commissioned by Jesus to bear fruits in this society that will last.

Wouldn’t it be great if Thomas Moore’s dream came true and

“... governments can call on non-denominational theologians to offer advice on matters of peace, crime, housing, planning, economics, education and all other aspects of society. ...we might effect a radical change that restored the spiritual life to the centre of culture.”

Now that would be a fruit that never dies, ripened with the heat of divine love.

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