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Life is a Ministry

Pope Francis was recently giving an interview where he talked about the Catholic church having to rethink its approach to how to properly minister the Word and faith to our present-day society. He stated it is time-time for change and the need to refocus the church’s message to the populace as more and more people are moving away from organized religion.

This is something that we, as a Spiritualist religion must do as well. Our main focus of being the silent majority does not seem to be working. It seems we are still trying to hide behind old misconceptions and perceptions.

It seems we are being timid in trying to get the truth out about our religion perhaps because we are afraid of backlash as has happened in the past. As long as we think this way, we are bound within the limits of that thought and unable to break free. We are not the hierarchy and can’t make the decision to come into the light of today’s thinking. So, what can we do?

We can live our lives in ministry. We can demonstrate our beliefs in how we approach life. Not just in how we handle our own life’s trials and tribulations, but how we treat and help those around us with the difficulties in their lives. As hard as it can be sometimes, we cannot judge those around us for how they live their lives. We must give them the benefit of the doubt that they are doing their best and to always seek to give love and tolerance.

We are all ministers. We must live our lives knowing that “It is in giving that we receive; it is in pardoning that we are pardoned and it is in dying to self (our egos) that we will be born to eternal life” (enlightenment.) It is up to us to as ministers, not to just recite these words but to live by them.

Reverend Bob Bianchi

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