'Any real power, as Jesus says in the Gospels, in heaven and on earth has been given to Him. Any power that we wield, we better do it responsibly because it ultimately comes from God,' said Bishop Joseph Strickland.
'There's just so much division and turmoil,' Strickland said. 'I would urge everyone to really look at this moment as a time of reparation and atonement first for [your] own personal sin ... but also for the sins of the world.'
Bishop Joseph Strickland discusses his visit to a south Louisiana shelter for young girls caught up in human trafficking, as well as the necessity to have 'fire in the belly' when proclaiming the Gospel message.