To kick off this effort we propose a conference that brings together the best minds and hearts to begin a think tank incubator that transforms ideas into practical action. To pull this off we need your help, we need your vision.
Staring at the road ahead, we see that suffering gathering on the horizon, we see a dark cloud threatening to block the light of peace, compassion, and revelation. We discover a dark cloud man has created to eclipse the light of Christ.
So we know there is good news. Peace is possible. We do not face a problem of people with good hearts being overwhelmed by numbers, by legions of opponents. Rather, conflict and violence arise from the duplicity and hidden influence of the few that harbor evil intent.
There are parties, however, who are unable to engage in good faith mediation. They choose, instead, to cling to their status as victim. They wish to proclaim their suffering – usually in a way that punishes or brings censure upon the other party. They are reticent to forgive – forgiveness often cannot be considered or even discussed.
Scripture Please Note: The following references are now located on the References page of this site. Any further references will be listed on the References page. If your brother sins (against you), go and tell him his fault between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have won over your brother. IfRead More »
As Franciscans all around the world gather to celebrate the Transitus of St. Francis this evening, Taming the Wolf offers prayers for a new dawning of peace.
On this, the Feast Day of the Stigmata of Saint Francis, Br. José Rodriquez, OFM, the Minister General OFM, presented a homily that helps us understand how Francis spent time …
Unbeknownst to many, especially the laity, there has been a constant search for new processes that protect and honor the rights of the faithful while preserving sacred Tradition.