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Richard Rohr

Franciscan friar and ecumenical teacher, Father Richard Rohr bears witness to the deep wisdom of Christian mysticism and traditions of action and contemplation. Founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation, Father Richard teaches how God’s grace guides us to our birthright as beings made of Divine Love. He is the author of numerous books, including The Universal Christ, The Wisdom Pattern, Just This, and Falling Upward.

You can find him on Twitter @RichardRohrOFM.

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Embark upon a heroic journey of descent, transformation, and self-discovery. Learn psychological, mythological, and spiritual truths to prepare for the second half of life to naturally unfold.

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Resilience and Growth: Weekly Summary  

Resilience and Growth: Weekly Summary  

Sunday In growing psychologically, one moves toward increasing autonomy and independence. In growing spiritually, one increasingly realizes how utterly dependent one is, on…

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Bonus: Seeing Nature as Nature With Felicia Murrell

Bonus: Seeing Nature as Nature With Felicia Murrell

How do you typically see your relationship with nature? In this bonus episode, Brian interviews Felicia Murrell, author of And: The Restorative Power of Love in an Either/Or…

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In the revised and updated edition of “Falling Upward,” Richard Rohr helps readers come to terms with the two halves of life — featuring a new foreword from Brené Brown.

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Wisdom from Richard Rohr

Read Daily Meditations inspired by the words of Richard Rohr.

“Love is the source and goal, faith is the slow process of getting there, and hope is the willingness to move forward without resolution and closure.”

– Father RICHARD ROHR

An illustration of Venus, Richard's late black labrador retriever.

A Story From Richard

Just days before I began “The Universal Christ,” I learned that my fifteen-year-old black lab, Venus, was dying. She would gaze at me as if to say that all sadness—be it cosmic, human, or canine—is one and the same. This realization softens our overly defended hearts. Knowing we all carry hurt makes it hard to be cruel to anyone—it makes us one.

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