An MAC update and a reflective passage:
- MAC 2017 - Over 100 people have now signed up for MAC 2017. I am waiting to hear back from the Guatemala Conference Committee (GCC) to see if we now need to stop the registration process. If you would like to come but haven't yet registered, please do so this week. I should hear back from the GCC shortly.
- [From Richard Rohr's Daily Meditation for today] The Universal Christ, described by the Apostle Paul, is not a problem-solving Christ, not a denominational or cultural Christ, not a Christ domesticated by the churches, but the One who names in his life and person what matters, what lasts, and finally what is. He holds it all together in significance, reveals the redemptive pattern that we call the life and death of things, and holds the meaning and value of our lives outside of ourselves (see Colossians 1, Ephesians 1, John 1).
Ilia Delio said something to complement Rohr's meditation: "Our task is not to solve problems, but to model love."