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The Birth of Christ in Us Is What Matters

Every Christian is, as it were, part of the dust-laden air which shall radiate the glowing Epiphany of God. Continue Reading The Birth of Christ in Us Is What Matters

Moving beyond Conventional Wisdom

Wisdom Moving beyond Conventional Wisdom Thursday, February 25, 2021 Here are the three further “ways of knowing” that can allow us to access greater wisdom: Images: Imaginal knowing is the only way that the unconscious can move into consciousness. It happens through fantasy, through dreams, through symbols, where all is “thrown together” (sym-ballein in Greek).… Continue Reading Moving beyond Conventional Wisdom

Bias from the Bottom

From the Bottom Up: Introduction Bias from the Bottom Friday, January 6, 2017 (Feast of the Epiphany) Another aspect of the phrase “from the bottom up” has to do with the biblical and Franciscan emphasis on the path of descent. Most of religion is ideological: it defines reality from the top down. It begins with… Continue Reading Bias from the Bottom

Intimacy

Love: Week 2 Intimacy Wednesday, January 6, 2016 (Feast of the Epiphany, The “Self-Manifestation” of God) Today is called “The Twelfth Day of Christmas” perhaps because it took at least twelve days, and then some, for the self-disclosure of God to slam into our consciousness. Intimacy is another word for trustful, tender, and risky self-disclosure.… Continue Reading Intimacy

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