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An Evolving Faith: Weekly Summary

An Evolving Faith Saturday, June 5, 2021 Week Twenty-Two Summary and Practice Sunday, May 30—Friday, June 4, 2021 Sunday Anybody who has paid attention to their inner life of prayer or read history books surely recognizes that life and love are always cumulative, growing, and going somewhere that is always new and always more. Monday… Continue Reading An Evolving Faith: Weekly Summary

Apocalyptic Hope: Weekly Summary

Apocalyptic Hope Saturday, May 1, 2021 Week Seventeen Summary and Practice Sunday, April 25—Friday, April 30, 2021 Sunday Apocalyptic literature helps us make room for something new by clearing out the old—old ideas, old stories, old ways of thinking, especially if we’ve become overly attached to them. Monday Apocalyptic literature is not meant to strike… Continue Reading Apocalyptic Hope: Weekly Summary

The Contemplative Call to Nature: Weekly Summary

The Contemplative Call to Nature Saturday, April 24, 2021 Week Sixteen Summary and Practice Sunday, April 18—Friday, April 23, 2021 Sunday The core message of the incarnation of God in Jesus is that the Divine Presence is here, in us and in all of creation, and not only “over there” in some far-off realm. Monday… Continue Reading The Contemplative Call to Nature: Weekly Summary

An Expanding Love: Weekly Summary

An Expanding Love Saturday, March 20, 2021 Week Eleven Summary and Practice Sunday, March 14—Friday, March 19, 2021 Sunday Peter himself began to recognize that God works with all people of goodwill—not just people in his group. But he had to be pushed there. Little by little, God leads him to universal love. Monday To… Continue Reading An Expanding Love: Weekly Summary

Learning How to See: Weekly Summary

Learning How to See Saturday, March 6, 2021 Summary and Practice Sunday, February 28—Friday, March 5, 2021 Sunday One of the keys to wisdom is that we must recognize our own biases, our own addictive preoccupations, and those things to which, for some reason, we refuse to pay attention. Monday People can’t see what they… Continue Reading Learning How to See: Weekly Summary

A Gospel Lens

Learning How to See A Gospel Lens Friday, March 5, 2021 You are not here to verify, Instruct yourself, or inform curiosity Or carry report. You are here to kneel Where prayer has been valid. —T. S. Eliot, “Little Gidding” Everybody looks at the world through their own lens, a matrix of culturally inherited qualities,… Continue Reading A Gospel Lens

How Difficult It Is to See Clearly

Learning How to See How Difficult It Is to See Clearly Sunday, February 28, 2021 Every viewpoint is a view from a point. Unless we recognize and admit our own personal and cultural viewpoints, we will never know how to decentralize our own perspective. We will live with a high degree of illusion and blindness… Continue Reading How Difficult It Is to See Clearly

The True Patterns of the Universe

A Time of Unveiling The True Patterns of the Universe Thursday, January 7, 2021 Truth is One. If something is spiritually true, then all disciplines and religions will somehow be looking at this “one truth” from different angles, goals, assumptions, and vocabulary. If it is the truth, it is true all the time and everywhere, and… Continue Reading The True Patterns of the Universe

Spirituality and Social Movements: Weekly Summary

Spirituality and Social Movements Saturday, December 5, 2020 Summary: Sunday, November 29—Friday, December 4, 2020 Non-imperial movements within Christianity strive not towards protecting their own power and influence, but toward supporting the supreme work of love flowing into the world. (Sunday) Christianity began as a revolutionary nonviolent movement promoting a new kind of aliveness on the… Continue Reading Spirituality and Social Movements: Weekly Summary

Public Virtue: Weekly Summary

Public Virtue Saturday, November 7, 2020 Summary: Sunday, November 1—Friday, November 6, 2020 The mystery of the body of Christ turns the focus outward, to ask: how can I be good for the sake of my neighborhood, my city, my church, my community, and even the world? (Sunday) Everywhere there are people who never lose… Continue Reading Public Virtue: Weekly Summary

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