This story of struggle and uncertainty followed by surprise and hope is nearly ubiquitous. The death of the seed seems to always be followed by a harvest.
A Catholic food system would care for the hungriest among us, both on the other side of the world as well as the other side of the street.
Jesus literally fed people. How can those who strive to be like Jesus do anything less?
Every time we think we have come to a breaking point, our people push past the barrier. For this, we give thanks to the Holy Spirit.
Maybe, now that President Trump has washed his hands of the environment and justified it with economic prosperity, we can learn to wash the feet of our neighbor and our world.