Welcome Home – There Are No Strangers in God’s House

In God’s house, there are no strangers, but what about in our day-to-day world? Most of us are literally surrounded by strangers. How many of us know the people who live in every house in our own neighborhood, even on our own street? Fr. Athanasios Haros recounts a meeting with a stranger and asks us to ponder what makes us strangers from the people around us and what creates connections with other human beings and with God. Read along in Ephesians 2:14-22.

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