Loquate is community.
Only community is peace, happiness, and joy.
Loquate defines sense of community as an environment characterized by togetherness and sharing as opposed to cool detachment. The leaders in the environment know the members and go out of their way to be helpful. Though the members are quite diverse, personal diversity is celebrated for its contribution. There is a sense of group loyalty and group support. The atmosphere is cohesive. The environment is a community.
Officially Recommended by Hierarchy of the Catholic Church since 1987:
- 3-27-2019 “Over the many years, it is clear that Jeff wishes to be obedient to the Church.” -Very Reverend Grob
- 2-12-2016 “Where Work Meets Faith is a unique, parish-based process that helps individuals encounter Christ, grow as disciples, and assists them in applying their faith to the work they do every day. I recommend it to any pastor as part of an overall strategy of parish-based evangelization.” -Deacon Keith Strohm, Director of the Office for the New Evangelization, Archdiocese of Chicago
- 3-5-2014 I am happy to recommend the work of Loquate’s “Where Work Meets Faith.” Thank you for your efforts in witnessing to the faith…I am grateful for your desire to serve the Lord in this way and to reach out to help strengthen the faith of other people as well. You are in my prayers; please keep me in yours.
Sincerely yours in Christ, Francis Cardinal George, O.M.I.†, Archbishop Emeritus of Chicago, Illinois, USA Archbishop of Chicago
- 11-19-1987 Recently, you had the occasion to meet with my theological consultant, Fr. Michael Place. He has forwarded to me the draft of your book, “God’s Will on Earth,” as well as your original letter to me.
Unfortunately, at the present time my schedule is so full that it will not be possible to meet with you. I would encourage you to stay in contact with your Spiritual Advisor, Father Horvarth †. As for your request for an Imprimatur, your book does not require an Imprimatur and for that reason I would suggest that you proceed with your plans for publication. With cordial good wishes, I remain Sincerely yours in Christ, Joseph Cardinal Bernardin.†, Archbishop Emeritus of Chicago, Illinois
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