Musings for the Journey: Mercy & the Displacement of Persons
Guiding Group

Thoughts for Musings

  • Where, in this pandemic, do I hear the cry of the most vulnerable people as well as the cry of Earth?
  • As I reflect on the displacement of Persons in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic, where do I find hope?
  • What change has happened in the life of our Congregation/ Institute during this pandemic that I hope continues after the pandemic ends?

In my hearing these voices and seeing these presentations on Mercy and the Displacement of Persons:


In all the voices – theologian, artist, distinct voice, scientist, minister, global thinker, prayer maker – which voice speaks most passionately to me about Mercy and the displacement of persons?


In all the voices, which one speaks something that I do not want to hear?


In each voice, what do I learn about Mercy which gives me, and all of us, the courage to go on in our struggle to bring an end to the displacement of Persons?

Opportunities for Sharing:

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