International Day of Peace – September 21st

Appreciate info; please no offense intended in my comments; however, the ‘United Nations’ DayOfPeace” quite insincere! Come On, the GenAssembly voted to approve bama’s ‘give Iram Nukes” back-room deal; UN secretly (mostly) basks in it’s AgendaTwenty-One; exploits USA & NYC genorisity–‘diplomat immunity’; party-hearty in City-That-Never-Sleeps!! And now, The Pope, if I’m not mistaken, callling himself “PrinceOfPeace”–arrogant for The Pope to this Catholic’s mind! Advance Men, Cardinals laying ground work, appearing on various “News” outlets saying his message is a “Spiritual One, a Pontifical Message, etc., and not one of Politics, however allowoing for some difficulties in separating them! This Pope has always been aggressive & arrogant, with a very public display of humility (which I believe sincere to a point); however, Pope Fancis instrumantal in “normalizing” (sic?) relations between USA&Cuba (where avg Cuban worker is lucky to earn $20 – $25.00 bucks A Month, Per Month — way less than a dollar a day!) But it’s good to know that things are normalized (sic?)! Question: Does that mean acceptable to ThePapacy, since The Communists (like Francis) generally like that wage-to-worker ratio?

Ed Tech Emergent

Monday, September 21st, is the United Nations International Day of Peace.  Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon (who was a guest on Stephen Colbert’s great new show the other night) declares:

“I call on all warring parties to lay down their weapons and observe a global ceasefire. To them I say: stop the killings and the destruction, and create space for lasting peace.”

Some Catholic resources to use to work and pray for peace:

USCCB: Justice, Peace and Human Development

A Primer on Peace

The True Meaning of Peace

Catholic Peace Fellowship

The Promotion of Peace

And here’s a prayer to offer for the people of brutally war-torn Syria:

Almighty eternal God, source of all compassion,
the promise of your mercy and saving help fills our hearts with hope.
Hear the cries of the people of Syria;
bring healing to those suffering from the violence,
and comfort to those…

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