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This Week’s Sunday Journal

by Fr. Kelly

Sunday Journal

14 Sunday in Ordinary Time
July 5, 2019

MT 11:25-30

Someone texted me a cartoon. “Lady Liberty” had stepped down from and was hiding behind the base on which she has stood since the late 19th century. Peeking around the corner of her pedestal, there is a frightened look on her face. The caption reads:
I am embarrassed to admit that when I first looked at the cartoon, I laughed. But it didn’t take long for it to dawn on me that the silly little picture takes its meaning from something that is far from laughable. The recent social unrest in our nation, resulting in the removal of public statues and monuments that, in 2020, are regarded as offensive, politically incorrect, immoral, or even sinful, is nothing to joke about. There is nothing humorous about the turmoil and division we are presently experiencing...

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