Love Your Enemies

On Nov 17, 1957, Martin Luther King delivered his famous “Love Your Enemies” sermon.  We will listen to parts of the sermon and reflect on the timeless relevance of what MLK shared that Sunday, and why he claims we must start with a look at ourselves if we want to understand the hate we perceive around us.  St. Aquinas saw love as “willing the good of another.”  Can we embrace that for all?  Can “love (for all) be the spirit of this church?”  What does it take to love our enemies in the spirit of MLK?

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