Tag Archives: boundaries

Franciscan Spirituality: Week 3 Summary

Franciscan Spirituality: Week 3 Summary: Sunday, June 18-Friday, June 23, 2017 The Franciscan philosopher and theologian Bonaventure teaches that to really see things, we must “consider all material things in their origin, their process, and their end.” Everything comes from God, exemplifies God, and then returns to God. (Sunday) John Duns Scotus’ idea of the… Continue Reading Franciscan Spirituality: Week 3 Summary

Tune Our Hearts

Trinity: Week 2 Tune Our Hearts Friday, March 10, 2017 Being part of the cosmic dance can only be known experientially. That’s why I teach centering prayer and contemplation and try to use meaningful religious rituals and practices: to lead you to a place of nakedness and vulnerability where your ego identity falls away, where… Continue Reading Tune Our Hearts

Healthy Boundaries

Everything Belongs: Week 2 Healthy Boundaries Sunday, December 4, 2016 God is always bigger than the boxes we build for God, so we should not waste too much time protecting our always too small boxes. It is very hard for people to enjoy their objective, pre-existing union with God until they have an adequate sense… Continue Reading Healthy Boundaries

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