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Tag Archives: All Saints Day

Coming to Be Love

Cosmology Coming to Be Love Wednesday, November 1, 2017 (All Saints Day) Ilia Delio, a Franciscan sister and scientist, continues reflecting on love as the heart of the universe. To see the universe through the eyes of love helps us make sense of evolution, not as a process of cold, blind chance or randomness, but… Continue Reading Coming to Be Love

All-Inclusive, All-Pervading

The Cosmic Christ: Week 2 All-Inclusive, All-Pervading Tuesday, November 1, 2016 (All Saints’ Day) Human beings are programmed to love all other living beings. We fall in love with persons and creatures, not so much with concepts or energies. We need “interface.” And so the Word or the Blueprint became flesh—one humble human, a Jewish… Continue Reading All-Inclusive, All-Pervading

An Evolving Cosmology

Science: Week 1 An Evolving Cosmology Sunday, November 1, 2015 (All Saints Day) We’re living in a truly amazing time. The ever broader shape of the cosmos is becoming an ever broader shape for theology itself. [1] Our sun is nothing more than a minor star in one small part of a single galaxy. We… Continue Reading An Evolving Cosmology

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