This edition of Oneing invites us to rethink the word "innocence." As Richard Rohr writes, "Innocence can also have a dangerous and debilitating meaning. This type of innocence can prevent people from seeing evil, or evil motives, even when they are obvious to others." Other contributors include: Ruth Patterson, Diarmuid O'Murchu, Catherine Dowling.
Listen to a homily by Fr. Richard
"The word saint comes from sonores, to be healed. The Christian journey is not about being perfect, but about becoming whole. We don't start there; we only get there."
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Self-paced, Online Course
A Study in Search of the True Self
January 27-April 6, 2016
Mercy as the Resolution of Paradox:
A View from the Enneagram
with Russ Hudson and Richard Rohr
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
5:00-7:00 p.m. (US Mountain Standard Time)
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Read an article by Fr. Richard
"Franciscan mysticism is not primarily about Francis of Assisi; it is about God. . . . Franciscan mysticism (a subset of Franciscan spirituality) is about an intuition of Jesus as the Incarnate and Cosmic Christ."
"Franciscan Mysticism: A Cosmic Vision"
Read Fr. Richard's article in the Fall 2015
issue of CAC's newsletter, the Mendicant.