“Simon, do you love me? … Feed my sheep” – A reflection on why denying communion to Catholic politicians is an act of violent coercion

by Tom CordaroPax Christi USA Ambassador of Peace As a Catholic striving to be faithful to the call to nonviolence exemplified by the life and teachings of Jesus, I am scandalized by those bishops and priests in the United States who would deny the Eucharist to politicians who disagree with them on the best way … Continue reading “Simon, do you love me? … Feed my sheep” – A reflection on why denying communion to Catholic politicians is an act of violent coercion

Reflection for Good Friday, April 2

Today's reflection is from Tom Cordaro, taken from the 2014 Lenten reflection booklet. Tom is a former staff member and National Council chair of Pax Christi USA and one of the co-founders of the Pax Christi Anti-Racism Team. He currently is the director of Justice and Outreach Ministry at St. Margaret Mary Parish in Naperville, … Continue reading Reflection for Good Friday, April 2