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Bonus: The Healing Path

On this special bonus episode of Turning to the Mystics, we are celebrating the launch of Jim’s new memoir, The Healing Path. In this episode, Jim reads the complete introduction…

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Powerlessness: Weekly Summary

Sunday It is the imperial ego that has to go, and only powerlessness can do the job correctly. Otherwise, we try to engineer our own transformation by our own rules and with…


Richard Rohr teaches The Franciscan Way 

Register today for The Franciscan Way! Learn to live with simplicity, justice, and inclusivity with teachings from Richard Rohr in this online exploration of his spiritual father, St. Francis of Assisi. 

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Now Available! The Healing Path: A Memoir and an Invitation by James Finley 

Embark on a journey of healing! In his new book, CAC faculty member James Finley explores the process of recovering from trauma, providing guideposts for those walking their own healing journey.  .

“There is a deep relationship between the inner revolution of prayer and the transformation of social structures and social consciousness. Our hope lies in the fact that meditation is going to change the society that we live in, just as it has changed us.”



Catch Up on Learning How to See Season 4 

Season 4 of Learning How to See explores ways for us to reframe our Christian identity to better reflect our lived reality. In a series of stimulating conversations, Rev. Jacqui Lewis, Barbara Brown Taylor, and others join host Brian McLaren to explore how to practice a new kind of faith that doesn’t ask us to

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