Fr Terry Writes

No one likes to be vulnerable. We have erected careful systems to make sure that we are not vulnerable. As individuals, we take out insurance policies. As nations, we devise social security schemes. Or to give a different type of example, we invest in security systems for our homes and offices; nations recruit and train armies and police forces. Vulnerability is bad. Part of the effect of the economic downturn of our times is the fear it brings, fear especially of unemployment. Suddenly we all feel vulnerable. In the gospel today (Mark 6.7-13) Jesus gives us a different perspective about vulnerability. He sends out his little band of disciples to do his work of preaching and healing

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