The Fall 2015 issue of Communio is dedicated to the theme of "Poverty and Kenosis."
Christ in his kenosis is not simply an example to follow; he is the Son, whose filial attitude is given through communion with those who believe in him.
Before God we are all poor beggars seeking to take advantage of the divine profligacy.
At the heart of [the debate] lies the question of poverty, property, and the issue of the coherence of pure usage without right, or of a right against right to such usage.
We are both at the same time . . . a serving and being fruitful, power and impotence, glory ‘through’ poverty!