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Prophets: Part Two: Weekly Summary

Prophets: Part Two Summary, Sunday, July 7—Friday, July 12, 2019 The biblical notion of justice, beginning in the Hebrew Scriptures with the Jewish prophets—especially Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Hosea—is quite different than retributive justice. If we read carefully and honestly, we will see that God’s justice is restorative. (Sunday) A prophet is one who keeps… Continue Reading Prophets: Part Two: Weekly Summary

Alumni Quarterly — Spring 2019

Dear Living School Alumni, This Quarterly celebrates the recent CAC Conference The Universal Christ while embracing a theme of “Nature: The First Bible.” In the Contemplative Practice section, readers are invited to pray that God does indeed love things by becoming them. Dani Kruetter (’18) offers alumni a chance to engage in visio divina with… Continue Reading Alumni Quarterly — Spring 2019

Suffering: Week 2 Summary

Suffering: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, October 21-Friday, October 26, 2018 The genius of Jesus’ ministry is that he reveals that God uses tragedy, suffering, pain, betrayal, and death itself (all of which are normally inevitable), not to punish us but, in fact, to bring us to God and to our True Self, which are frequently… Continue Reading Suffering: Week 2 Summary

Interview: Alana Levandoski (’15) on Thomas Merton’s Point Vierge

Interview: Alana Levandoski (’15) on Thomas Merton’s Point Vierge and Collaboration with James Finley Mark: Tell us about your newest collaboration with CAC core faculty, James Finley. Alana: In December 2016, I set out to work on a musical album centered around James Finley’s acclaimed book, Merton’s Palace of Nowhere. After long discussions with Jim… Continue Reading Interview: Alana Levandoski (’15) on Thomas Merton’s Point Vierge

Alumni Newsletter — February 2018

A Note from the Editor Dear Living School alumni, The Three-in-One God is giving birth to transformation in the world through you. Much of this transformation, I suspect, takes place under the radar as you go about your often-busy days, radiating love in a fractured world. Sometimes it is simply the full presence you give… Continue Reading Alumni Newsletter — February 2018

Creation: Week 1 Summary

Creation: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, February 11-Friday, February 16, 2018 In the Judeo-Christian story of Genesis 1, God—who is “Creator” in verse 1, “Spirit” in verse 2, and “Word” in verse 3 (foretastes of what we would eventually call Trinity)—creates from an overflowing abundance of love, joy, and creativity! (Sunday) Good religion, art, poetry, and… Continue Reading Creation: Week 1 Summary

Science: Week 1 Summary

Science: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, November 1-Friday, November 6, 2015 The ever broader shape of the cosmos is becoming an ever broader shape for theology itself. (Sunday) The Primal Anointing—“Christening”—of all matter with Spirit, which began in Genesis 1:1-2, is called “the Christ” in Christian shorthand. (Monday) The mystery of cosmic incarnation eliminates any radical… Continue Reading Science: Week 1 Summary

Alana Levandoski

Behold I Make All Things New Alana Levandoski’s music CD, Behold, I Make All Things New, was part of her integration process for the Living School program and is now available for order at alanalevandoski.com/store-2/. Alumna Julie Ann Stevens contributed the artwork for the album. Enjoy a full track from the CD: “The Christ Hymn,”… Continue Reading Alana Levandoski

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