Tag Archives: Compassion
Franciscan Spirituality: Week 2 There Is Nothing to Regret (God Uses Everything in Our Favor) Monday, June 12, 2017 Toward the end of his life, Saint Francis told the friars, “Let us begin, brothers, to serve the Lord God, for up until now we have done little or nothing.”  That enigmatic sense of beginning Read More »
Meditation Dreaming Compassion Friday, February 24, 2017 Guest writer and CAC teacher James Finley continues to share insights on meditation (another word for contemplative prayer). Imagine that you have a dream in which you are climbing a high mountain. The valley below is where you grew up, where you experienced pain and made many mistakes. Read More »
Meditation How to Meditate Thursday, February 23, 2017 Guest writer and CAC teacher James Finley continues to share insights on meditation (another word for contemplative prayer). There is no single way to meditate. There are, however, certain acts and attitudes inherently endowed with the capacity to awaken sustained states of meditative awareness that form the Read More »
Everything Belongs: Week 1 Growing into Belonging Thursday, December 1, 2016 As we grow spiritually, we discover that we are not as separate as we thought we were. Separation from God, self, and others was a deep and tragic illusion. As we grow into deeper connection and union, the things that once brought meaning and Read More »
Spirituality of Imperfection: Week 1 Big Love Friday, July 22, 2016 We can’t seem to know the good news that we are God’s beloveds on our own. It has to be mirrored to us. We’re essentially social beings. Another has to tell us we are beloved and good. Within contemplative prayer, we present ourselves for the ultimate gaze, the ultimate Read More »
Creating a Community of Compassion August 3, 2014 Matthew 14:31-21 File Size: 8:00 MB Length: 8:29 Download “Creating a Community of Compassion” MP3.