Br. Peter Trinko
Our world is currently going through an intense crisis of identity and crisis of meaning. As we have continued to conquer the world through technology and effort, we are at the same time suffering untold trauma from the lack of a real foundation of our lives. In a time that demands more and more certainty, we have never experienced such doubt and uncertainty.
This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone of faith. As the Second Vatican Council stated in Gaudium et Spes, “The truth is that only in the mystery of the Incarnate Word does the mystery of man take on light” (GS 22), but our culture has relegated Jesus Christ...
Sr. Mary of Joseph Budz
History of the Woman who waits
Being that this Sunday we celebrate and remember our mothers, I was thinking back on some of my fondest memories growing up, and the thought came to me of the joy I received returning home after a long day at school to find my mom waiting for me. It’s a simple thought, and an occurrence that I often took for granted, but as I reflected more, I realized a not-so-coincidental similarity with the Woman who we also celebrate and honor this weekend as Our Mother, Our Lady of Luján: the Woman who waits.
Br. Peter Trinko
This past Saturday, Voces was somewhat different. Instead of having a typical formation talk, we staged a “debate” over the Doctrines surrounding Papal Infallibility. This was the first Voces of its kind, and despite that, it was a wild success in my estimation! It goes without saying, this is a very controversial and complicated subject.
The main lines of argument and counter argument taken up during the debate included the following: