“The love of the humanity of Our Lord is the love of our neighbour. … Love of neighbour means voluntary poverty, stripping one’s self, …non-participation in those luxuries which have been manufactured by the exploitation of others. While our neighbours suffer, we must suffer with them.” – Dorothy Day
Job and his friends discuss suffering. By Vladimir Borovikovsky.
The book of Job deals with the struggles of the title character (pronounced ‘Jobe’), as he expresses a particular form of the problem of evil, namely ‘why do good people suffer?’ (more…)
We looked at what we felt the ’causes’ and ‘consequences’ of sin where, and what its definition is. (more…)
We approached the question of suffering through where we felt we could not see God. (more…)