There are always excuses, so many excuses. It's not like entering the pilgrimage is easy. It is not easy. It means leaving behind so much of what you know, so much of what gives your life meaning and boundaries and comfort. And there are many people in the world who would rather live within the small confines of what they know than follow what God is calling them to do. And this is one of the great sources of suffering and frustration that we see in the world around us.
This month's theme: Pilgrimage
Speaker: Rev. Ian White Maher
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