The Eucharist

Illiad Delio describes our calling as de Chrarden would have it: “We become the Christ when we offer our lives as bread for the world, living in the freedom of love.”  Mary did that. Today I was with a young transgendered woman as her breasts were removed, and she is transformed into her male image; I had lunch with a stanch Roman Catholic who seems very restricted, and I thought of Jesus in the life of the young man whose radically new message was that the reign of God is here and now. The reign of Jesus is an eradication of those structures that inhabity our human ness and evolves us out of personal wilderness to feed the hungry, and love one another. Deo Gratias! Thanks be to God!”

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