Ronald Rolheiser's Beliefs

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Dorothy Day Ronald Rolheiser believes our faith is incarnational, which means that no matter what we do we do bad or good, or the actions we make, God will always be there. His love for us is unconditional. Dorothy Day had a very different life than others, and there were many different things to it. She lived out her incarnational faith sometimes, and other times she didn't really follow her faith but her heart. Some ways she lived out her faith, is when she opened up her own home and her families home to those homeless who needed shelter and food. She was very stubborn about this and never gave up on it. She sacrificed the life style that she used to maintain by giving all her money she earned from writing, towards buying food and shelter

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