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Art: Old and New: Weekly Summary

Art: Old and New Summary: Sunday, November 10 — Friday, November 15, 2019 Art reveals what people believe and emphasize at any one time. (Sunday) Images such as the “Sacred Heart of Jesus” and the “Immaculate Heart of Mary” keep recurring only if they are speaking something important and good from the unconscious, maybe even… Continue Reading Art: Old and New: Weekly Summary

Changing Places

Art: Old and New Changing Places Friday, November 15, 2019 There must be a way to be both here and in the depth of here. Jesus is here. Christ is the depth of here. This, in my mind, is the essence of incarnation and the gift of contemplation. We must learn to love and enjoy… Continue Reading Changing Places

Release and Healing

Art: Old and New Release and Healing Thursday, November 14, 2019 My art flows from the patterns and paths of my lived experience which—like yours—are at once deeply personal and entirely universal. —Julie Ann Stevens, Living School Alumna [1] Today contemporary theologian Dr. Diana L. Hayes shares a very personal part of her life and… Continue Reading Release and Healing

The Creative Life

Art: Old and New The Creative Life Wednesday, November 13, 2019 I’ve discussed public and even famous works of art this week, but the very process of creating art is valuable and generative, even if no one else ever sees it. Mirabai Starr reminds us of the freedom of childhood and encourages us to be… Continue Reading The Creative Life

Fallow Time

Art: Old and New Fallow Time Tuesday, November 12, 2019 When speaking of art, we most often think of the finished product whether it be a painting, a drawing, a performance, a sculpture, a poem, or another expression of creativity. Today, I invite you to consider the evolving process of creation as described by my… Continue Reading Fallow Time

Worship or Transformation

Art: Old and New Worship or Transformation Monday, November 11, 2019 Truly a sword is piercing my heart, the pain is so great. How could this be happening to my child, to my son? I remember when he was born. —Diana L. Hayes [1] Even though I was raised a “good” Catholic, I was often… Continue Reading Worship or Transformation

Good News from Old Images

Art: Old and New Good News from Old Images Sunday, November 10, 2019 I am telling you something that has been a secret. We are not all going to die, but we shall all be changed. —1 Corinthians 15:51 This year’s Daily Meditations explore the theme “Old and New: An Evolving Faith.” Rather than seeing… Continue Reading Good News from Old Images

Take Your Place at the Table

Trinity: Part 1 Take Your Place at the Table Monday, May 6, 2019 In Genesis, we see the divine dance in an early enigmatic story (18:1-8). “The Lord” appears to Abraham as “three men” or “three angels,” and Abraham and Sarah seem to see the Holy One in the presence of these three; they bow… Continue Reading Take Your Place at the Table

The Death of Death

Jesus’ Resurrection The Death of Death Sunday, April 21, 2019 Easter The seeds of Easter are already found in Christmas. If God can become flesh, incarnating in the material world, then resurrection is a natural conclusion. Nothing divine can die. Easter isn’t celebrating a one-time miracle as if it only happened in the body of… Continue Reading The Death of Death

Shamanism

Primal and Indigenous Spirituality Shamanism Monday, August 6, 2018 Hiroshima Day Some of the earliest evidences of human expression—dating over 40,000 years ago—can be found in the caves of Indonesia, France, and Spain. While the original meanings of these paintings are unknown to us, many anthropologists suggest “shamanism” or what we might call mystical consciousness… Continue Reading Shamanism

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