“Come, let us talk this over. Let us dare to dream.”
(The invitation of Pope Francis inspired by the words of the Prophet Isaiah.)
In the eighth year of the papacy of Pope Francis, we are now past the initial excitement and surprises of a Latin American pope. Pope Francis has moved to the depth and breadth of his major themes of his social teaching including concern for poor, peacemaking, care for creation and a transformed understanding of economics and politics.
What can we do to incorporate this renewed social teaching into our lives, our church, and our community? Let us gather and dare to dream together.
Bob McKeon is professor emeritus at Newman Theological College, retired social justice animator for the Edmonton Catholic Archdiocese and former Journey to Justice columnist at Western Catholic Reporter. He has been involved for over 30 years in leadership positions with several community and church organizations addressing issues of poverty, hunger, housing, and community development.
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