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Tag Archives: Contemplation

Jesus as Prophet

A Benevolent Universe: Weekly Summary

Until we meet a benevolent God and a benevolent universe, we will not be at home in this world. Continue Reading A Benevolent Universe: Weekly Summary

The Future of Christianity: Weekly Summary

May we dare to hope that our hearts could be changed so that the future may be different. Continue Reading The Future of Christianity: Weekly Summary

Aligning Ourselves with God’s Heart

God wills the liberation of all human beings. Continue Reading Aligning Ourselves with God’s Heart

God’s Loving Justice

God’s justice is always healing justice. Continue Reading God’s Loving Justice

A Second Gaze

Only after God has taught us how to live “undefended” can we stand with and for others. Continue Reading A Second Gaze

Engaged Contemplation

The contemplative life is not, and cannot be, a mere withdrawal. Continue Reading Engaged Contemplation

Our Unique Path to Action

Can there be a form of contemplation that is at once stillness and movement? Continue Reading Our Unique Path to Action

Contemplation and Right Action

If contemplation doesn’t lead to genuine action, then it remains only navel-gazing and self-preoccupation. Continue Reading Contemplation and Right Action

Contemplation Reveals Our Wounds

Contemplation breaks us open to ourselves. Continue Reading Contemplation Reveals Our Wounds

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