In this week’s Herald of Hope we assess our progress three weeks into this year’s Lenten journey. Is the world in which we live and to which we are sent any different or better than it was when we had those ashes imposed upon our foreheads?
So much social healing needs to be done these days. It is not only our task, but truly the work of God. So much needs to be done.
BISHOP RICHARD J. SKLBA In mid-December every year, the Wisconsin Council of Churches sponsors a two-day gathering for folks called “Denominational Leaders.” It is labeled an annual “retreat,” in the sense of providing a brief opportunity to step away from one’s desk, mail and phone, as well as daily responsibilities and worries. The focus is […]
Bishop Sklba is inspired by John Henry Newman, an important 19th century Roman Catholic theologian.
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Time itself is a great gift from God, limited even though given freely.
Herald of Hope isn’t just a weekly column. It’s something we can all strive to be by helping others.
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Attitude of fairness, truth and respect is what we Christians must bring to all the challenges of our contemporary world.