A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Wednesday 13 May

Acts 15:1-6; Psalm 122; John 15:1-8
As we know from experience, it can be difficult to get a group to be unanimous in its opinions and beliefs. Sometimes it can become a case of the dominant voice persuading everyone else to their point of view or the stubborn type who simply won’t change their perspective. At other times, it is a case of sincerely-held views which a person believes they need to maintain, even at the risk of being unpopular. Before moving to judgement on why someone won’t agree with everyone else, it is important to take time to reflect and ask why they believe what they do.

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