One must bear with the irate as one bears with the sick, for anger is moral malady.
Yet, the saints and Christ Himself were angry when the situation called for anger.
In addition, sickness arises ordinarily through no fault of the patient unless, of course, the patient has lead an unhealthly life. On the other hand, the perpetually irate can and ought to exercise some degree of self control for their own good and for that of society. If some individuals are … [More]
Your presentation today was very good, indeed. Why? Because you appeared to be very relaxed, smiling and speaking in a conversational manner. It was as if you were speaking directly to your listeners -- almost on a one-to-one basis -- like they were your friends and not necessarily parishioners. Therefore, you were able to make a stronger "connectionn" with them.
St. Paul wrote to the Ephesians: Be angry, and sin not. Let not the sun go down upon your anger.