Podcasts

Richard Rohr, OFM is a globally recognized ecumenical teacher whose work is grounded in Christian mysticism and the Franciscan tradition. Explore Fr. Richard’s two podcasts—Another Name for Every Thing and recordings of his Homilies—below. Find recent podcasts in which Richard has been a guest here.

Another Name for Every Thing

Love is the energy that sustains the universe, moving everything toward resurrection. —Richard Rohr

Another Name for Every Thing with Richard Rohr is a twelve part conversation series on the themes of his new book, The Universal Christ: How a Forgotten Reality Can Change Everything We See, Hope For, and Believe. Richard is joined by two students of the Christian contemplative path, Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, who seek to integrate the wisdom of The Universal Christ amidst diapers, disruptions, and the shifting state of our world.

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7 | The Path of Great Suffering

Saturday, September 14, 2019
Length: 00:55:48
Size: 67mb

Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, responds to listener questions on suffering and brokenness, for example:

  • How am I fortunate enough to have an experience of suffering be transformative, but the same experiences of suffering seems to irreparably damage others?
  • How do we not become cynical or shutdown in the midst of suffering?

Visit universalchrist.org to learn more about the core themes of Richard’s latest book, The Universal Christ: How a Forgotten Reality Can Change Everything We See, Hope For, and Believe

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Length: 00:55:48
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Homilies

From time to time Fr. Richard speaks at his local parish, Holy Family Church, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Listen to the most recent sermon below and explore the archive. Or find the Homilies podcast on iTunes.

See Richard’s speaking schedule to anticipate future homilies.

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