Recently, Catholics celebrated the feast of Saint Alberto Hurtado, a modern saint born in Chile.
A man ahead of his time in his approach to social issues, Fr. Alberto insisted “injustice cause[d] far more evil than [could] be repaired by charity.”
Today, how do you advocate for integrity and justice?
Do you take upon yourself the hard tasks of reading, analyzing, planning and acting on your choices and plans?
How do you deepen that contemplative look, taking in the whole world and seeing how things truly are?
Remember, as Ellie Wiesel once wrote, “one person of integrity can make a difference.”
Today, make a difference in your life or someone’s life.
Photo courtesy of Carlos Mendez.