How respectfully St. Paul speaks with Athenians, “looking carefully” at their shrines. Then he opens to them a larger world not “made by human hands,” of a God who gives life and breath. In this God “we live and move and have our being” (Acts 17: 28). He credits their poets for expressing that we too are God’s offspring.
surprise us with your presence
in places we never expected you.
Read a book or watch a video about another religious tradition with the same interest and concern that Paul showed. Take note of what you learn from their approach to God.