Posts Tagged ‘Tony Magliano’

Lessons learned in mission at home Comments 0

Thursday, December 6th, 2018
mission

Many years ago as a young man born and raised in Baltimore, I spent a very different week getting a taste of life in Appalachia. The opportunity to travel from the hustle of big city life to the quiet beautiful mountainous area of eastern Kentucky – to deepen my Catholic faith, experience Christian community with Read more

Christ, the king Comments 0

Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Christ the king

As we approach the end of the liturgical year, it’s appropriate that the church designates the last Sunday as the Solemnity of Christ the King; for it calls to mind the last day of history, when Christ the King of the universe will come in all his glory to judge the living and the dead. Read more

Pope’s Climate Warning to Oil-Gas Executives: ‘There is No Time to Lose’ Comments 0

Thursday, July 19th, 2018
mission

Challenging world oil executives to recognise the urgent environmental need to quickly transition from fossil fuel extraction and burning, to clean energy production, Pope Francis called them to take to heart that “Civilization requires energy, but energy must not destroy civilization.” Gathering the heads of some of the world’s largest oil and gas corporations – Read more

Stone soup for hungry children Comments 0

Thursday, April 26th, 2018
Feed the hungry

Do you remember the childhood story Stone Soup? It’s an old folk tale about a couple of hungry travelers who creatively entice hesitant villagers to fill their large cooking pot with delicious soup ingredients. After the initial refusal of the villagers to feed the hungry travelers, the two men fill their pot with stream water, Read more

Review: “Cracks in the Sidewalk” by Tony Magliano Comments 1

Friday, September 11th, 2015

“Cracks in the Sidewalk” by Tony Magliano. Eastern Christian Publications (Fairfax, Va., 2015). 28 pp., $9.95. Tony Magliano, best known as an internationally syndicated social justice and peace columnist, enters the children’s book genre with “Cracks in the Sidewalk.” In it, Magliano stays true to his vocation by instilling the seeds of social justice, “sharing, Read more