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Tag Archives: future

A Healthy Church Needs a Healthy Planet

The future of Christianity matters little if there are no human beings. Continue Reading A Healthy Church Needs a Healthy Planet

The Prophetic Future

Worship of God is all about how we treat our neighbor, how we treat the stranger in our midst. Continue Reading The Prophetic Future

The Living Church

We knew that this was the God who could also free us. Continue Reading The Living Church

In the End, a New Beginning

We need times where the soul is broken and we need some place we can go and weep and mourn. Continue Reading In the End, a New Beginning

Courage to Ask the Question

What might happen if we understand the core Christian ethos as creative, constructive, and forward-leaning? Continue Reading Courage to Ask the Question

Find the Flow

What if a long succession of prophets were giving us a vision for a new movement being born? Continue Reading Find the Flow

The Theological Virtue of Hope

Mystical Hope The Theological Virtue of Hope Sunday, December 5, 2021 Second Sunday of Advent Mystical hope offers us an experience of trust that God’s presence, love, and mercy is in and all around us, regardless of circumstances or future outcome. Father Richard Rohr writes of such hope through our anticipation of Jesus’ coming during… Continue Reading The Theological Virtue of Hope

The Global Common Good

Rediscovering the Common Good The Global Common Good Friday, November 5, 2021 In Laudato Si’, Pope Francis urges Christians to consider the long-term effects of our actions which impact the future well-being of the human species, all living things, and our planet itself: The notion of the common good also extends to future generations. The… Continue Reading The Global Common Good

Love Is All There Is

Hell, No! Love Is All There Is Thursday, September 16, 2021 We are born out of love. We live in love. We are destined for love.  —Blessed Raymón Llull, The Book of the Lover and the Beloved There are few people who teach as passionately about love as scientist, scholar, and Franciscan Sister Ilia Delio.… Continue Reading Love Is All There Is

Accepting Evolution as Our Story

An Evolving Faith Accepting Evolution as Our Story Friday, June 4, 2021 There are few writers that I find more hopeful or exciting about the process of evolution than Franciscan Ilia Delio. She examines evolution through the lens of science, theology, technology, and personal development and reminds us that while evolving can be painful, God… Continue Reading Accepting Evolution as Our Story

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