2nd Sunday of Advent
Originally delivered on December 6, 1992
Readings: Isaiah 2:1-5; Romans 13:11-14; Matthew 24:37-44
In today’s homily, we are invited to take a mountain view. We are challenged to go from the comfortable to someplace new from which to gain a new perspective. We hear in the the first reading of Isaiah’s vision of what might be although it seems as if his vision can never happen. We are reminded that this vision can only be possible after we hear, respond, and commit ourselves to justice among our sisters and brothers. Are we waiting for God or others to do justice before we commit and act for justice? What if people, because of us, stop dreaming? Today, we’re invited to go to the mountaintop, get a new perspective, and then bring about a little less injustice in our world through our actions.
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