Suffering is ubiquitous. Obviously antagonistic yet suffering is intimate to all existence, if not life itself. Though some of them are natural, others man-made, like the 1MDB scandal or symptomatic, like Covid-19, and the rest are unknown, but all strike without mercy.
“More tortuous than all else is the human heart, beyond remedy; who can understand it.” The prophet Jeremiah wrote those words more than 2,500 years ago, and anyone who struggles with the complexities
Gary Conrad Liew, the founder of Street Feeders of KL shares his experiences of helping the poor in India.
It's a familiar and unappealing narrative with no sense of moral uplift.
Mental health in the Church is a real problem, and...it's not necessarily being addressed with the seriousness, from an institutional level, that it deserves. People are committing suicide in our parishes and in our churches.
In our post-sexual revolutionary age, many view celibacy as an unhealthy repression of sexual drives, fostering the epidemic of clergy abuse today.