“To follow Christ is to be engaged in such a way that one’s stance of being in the world is unitive not divisive. Eucharistic life sacramentalizes the vocation of whole-making by offering one’s life for the sake of drawing together that which is divided. Eucharist is bread being broken and eaten for the hungry of the world. It is the food that gives strength to make every stranger beloved, the “yes” of our lives to God’s mysterious cruciform love.”
–Ilia Delio, The Emergent Christ, p.67
3 thoughts on “Whole Making”
This may make sense to you, but is probably incomprehensible to the man in the street.
Thank you for this: I will meditate on this today.
beautiful. love these “whole making” words.