Saturday, September 11, 2010
A message from Bishop James Alan Wilkowski
I am so very grateful that as we remember 9/11 today, no Sacred Books have been burned.
I believe that it goes without saying that such an act would have been deplorable on so many levels.
While it is good that no Sacred Texts will be burned today, I am still deeply pained by the many hate filled blogs that desecrate the Moslem faith and those who follow it. For we all breathe the same air, drink the same water, relax under the same sun, view the same stars and share the same planet.
We call God by different names, but are called by Him as one name - His Children.
It is my hope that this day of reflection will be peaceful and sacred.
note: the original post can be found on Bishop James Alan Wilkowski's blog