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Praying for change and working for change do not need to be opposing efforts. Jessie Bazan writes in "U.S. Catholic… https://t.co/Ii5wkr0b8S
Author(s): Amy Ekeh
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During Lent, we strive to free ourselves from all kinds of clutter-material and spiritual-in order to focus on God and turn back to him with our whole hearts. If this "turning back" is genuine, it will be a re-orientation, a transformation.
To help us enter into this season, Amy Ekeh guides readers in exploring three key moments in the life and ministry of Jesus.
The result will be a better understanding of the authentic transformation that God calls each of us to embrace as individuals and as a community and a renewed desire to live God's own outward-looking, self-emptying, laying-down-one's-life kind of love.
Amy Ekeh is an instructor in the Catholic Biblical School in the Archdiocese of Hartford where she also facilitates retreats and missions. As a freelance writer, her work appears in St. Anthony Messenger, The Bible Today, Liguorian, Magnificat and Catechist Magazine. Her blog on various spiritual topics may be found at www.amyekeh.com.