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Faith, Practice, Prayer

Politics: Old and New Faith, Practice, Prayer Thursday, November 21, 2019 Sister of Social Service Simone Campbell is an author, lawyer, poet, and Executive Director of NETWORK, an organization that lobbies on issues of economic justice, immigration reform, and healthcare. Sister Simone spoke at our CONSPIRE 2015 conference on the theme “For those who see… Continue Reading Faith, Practice, Prayer

Conscious Parenting: Weekly Summary

Conscious Parenting Summary: Sunday, June 23—Friday, June 28, 2019 Relationships are the primary school for love. For many people, parenting or care-giving serves as a container in which the soul, heart, body, and mind can grow. (Sunday) Maybe, as our hearts overflow, we find that love can, naturally of its own accord, extend wider, until… Continue Reading Conscious Parenting: Weekly Summary

Giving Ourselves

Conscious Parenting Giving Ourselves Monday, June 24, 2019 Can you let others convert you to the Love that you truly are? Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, in her book Nurture the Wow, asks: What is love, anyway? And what does it mean to love? . . . The feminist theorist bell hooks . . . claims [that… Continue Reading Giving Ourselves

A School of Love

Conscious Parenting A School of Love Sunday, June 23, 2019 Relationships are the primary school for love. For many people, parenting or care-giving serves as a container in which the soul, heart, body, and mind can grow. Each container is as unique as the individual who shapes it. Whether or not you are a parent,… Continue Reading A School of Love

Blessed Are the Gentle

Sermon on the Mount: Week 1 Blessed Are the Gentle Wednesday, January 31, 2018 Blessed are the gentle [or the meek, humble, non-violent, unassuming]: they shall have the earth as inheritance. —Matthew 5:5 This Beatitude is a quote from Psalm 37:11: “the humble shall have the land for their own.” Some translate it “the nonviolent.”… Continue Reading Blessed Are the Gentle

Faith and Science: Weekly Summary

Faith and Science Summary, Sunday, October 22-Friday, October 27, 2017 Since the rift that occurred between science and religion with the Copernican revolution, Christian faith has had little to do with discerning the actual evidence that was commonly available in the present, in the mind, memory, heart, soul, and in creation itself. (Sunday) Today’s scientists… Continue Reading Faith and Science: Weekly Summary

The Cosmic Christ: Week 2 Summary

The Cosmic Christ: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, April 2-Friday, April 7, 2017 What most religion treats as separate (matter and Spirit, humanity and divinity) has never been separate from its beginnings: Spirit is forever captured in matter, and matter is the place where Spirit shows itself. It is one sacred world. (Sunday) Christ is the… Continue Reading The Cosmic Christ: Week 2 Summary

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