Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time • Year A

It has been said that “indifference, not hate, is the fabric of inhumanity,” and this echoes perfectly with the message of Isaiah. We can fall into this, and look at the national level and throw there all the attention, and forget that each of us is baptized, each of us has been given gifts to use for building the Kingdom of God, and yet we often fail to do anything, remaining indifferent or simply frozen by being overwhelmed, to advance the cause of life, of justice, of peace.

Brewin’ Peace Coffee Cart Makes Its Debut at the National Shrine of St. Rita of Cascia

On September 21 (the International Day of Peace) the Augustinians officially launched the Brewin’ Peace Coffee Cart, a new Augustinian ministry co-sponsored by the National Shrine and St. Rita of Cascia and the Augustinian Defenders of the Rights of the Poor which seeks to support formerly incarcerated people (returning citizens) as they prepare to re-enter […]