Br. Miguel Castro
Life seems to be full of hope. A hope which has as its object desired states of life we want to possess: the perfect job, the perfect income, the perfect lifestyle... the perfect life. History has never seen such a time, in which man can do so much, reach new heights, yet reality paints another picture. Why then is our reality so far removed from the expected state of humanity?
Br. Peter Trinko
We often find ourselves in situations where we are forced to make a choice or judgement on a situation or event. For example, last year during a competition at the seminary, I found myself as one of three judges trying to determine the winner of an art competition. We had three fantastic entries, a painting of Divine Mercy, a painting of St. John Paul II by the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and a sketch of St. Maximilian Kolbe on a train going to the mission in Japan. Each of the entries had their own strengths and weaknesses, and we struggled to determine a winner.