Kansas City, Kansas Catholic Word Of The Day

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann is one of the most strident leaders among his local faith community but during this time of year he offers insight into the Christian principles of forgiveness which is a nice change up from typical political vendettas that dominate our discourse. Read more:

This Lent, pray for the most difficult person in your life

by Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann http://theleaven.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/JFN030918.mp3 In Our Lord's Sermon on the Mount, as recorded in Chapter 5 of St. Matthew's Gospel, Jesus makes statements that are both startling and amazing. Verses 43-48 illustrate this point: "Jesus said to his disciples: 'You have heard that it was said, "You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy."


  1. So he's saying let's move beyond the whole rapey priest thing?

  2. A to Z FUBAR3/18/18, 9:42 PM

    And,8:24, the crims and pervs who brought about victims' uprisings with #MeToo, plus the murdering miscreants that got Killa City to the top ten list, and the crooks and liars who rammed through rigged rail transit against voters' desires, horribly mismanaged basic and airport infrastructures, extremely
    dangerous jail operations, audits not performed and published, along with other failures.

  3. Hey! I love you guys.

  4. Why don't these bums have to get real jobs?

  5. Look at that photo and tell me one little boy that would want that between his buns. I mean other than Tony, of course.


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