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To Love Unconditionally

Ways of Knowing To Love Unconditionally Thursday, October 17, 2019 Tim Shriver, a friend and Chair of Special Olympics, works with many people whom our culture excludes or disregards. Through their eyes he has come to see God’s presence in every human being. As you read Tim’s words, imagine how you might stand in solidarity… Continue Reading To Love Unconditionally

Unity and Diversity: Weekly Summary

Unity and Diversity Summary: Sunday, June 2—Friday, June 7, 2019 Unitive consciousness—the awareness that we are all one in Love—lays a solid foundation for social critique and acts of justice. (Sunday) In the Trinity, the three must be maintained as three and understood as different from one another. Yet the infinite trust and flow between… Continue Reading Unity and Diversity: Weekly Summary

Breaking Down Walls

Unity and Diversity Breaking Down Walls Thursday, June 6, 2019 Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis is senior minister at Middle Collegiate Church, a multiracial, welcoming, and inclusive congregation in New York City. We were honored to have her speak at our Universal Christ conference this March. Today I’d like to share a short excerpt from her… Continue Reading Breaking Down Walls

The Universe Is the Body of God

This Is My Body The Universe Is the Body of God Thursday, March 7, 2019 The bread and the wine together are stand-ins for the very elements of the universe, which also enjoy and communicate the incarnate presence. Authentically Eucharistic Christians should have been the first to recognize the corporate, universal, and physical nature of… Continue Reading The Universe Is the Body of God

Personal and Universal

Jesus and Christ Personal and Universal Friday, February 15, 2019 A truly transformative God—for both the individual and all of history—needs to be experienced as personal and universal. Nothing less will fully work. If the overly personal (even sentimental) image of Jesus has shown itself to have severe limitations and problems, it is because this… Continue Reading Personal and Universal

The Unnamable One

Jesus and Christ The Unnamable One Thursday, February 14, 2019 The only people that Jesus seemed to exclude were precisely those who refused to know they were ordinary sinners like everyone else. The only thing he excluded was exclusion itself. Think about what this means for everything we sense and know about God. After the… Continue Reading The Unnamable One

Seeing Christ Everywhere

Jesus and Christ Seeing Christ Everywhere Wednesday, February 13, 2019 We need to look at Jesus until we can see the world with his eyes. In Jesus Christ, God’s own broad, deep, and all-inclusive worldview is made available to us. Too often, we have substituted the messenger for the message. As a result, we spent… Continue Reading Seeing Christ Everywhere

Another Name for Every Thing

Jesus and Christ Another Name for Every Thing Tuesday, February 12, 2019 What if Christ is a name for the transcendent within of every “thing” in the universe? The Christ Mystery anoints all physical matter with eternal purpose from the very beginning. The word translated from the Greek as Christ comes from the Hebrew word… Continue Reading Another Name for Every Thing

Treasures Old and New

Jesus: Modeling an Evolving Faith Treasures Old and New Sunday, December 30, 2018 Every disciple of the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who draws out from their storage room things both old and new. —Matthew 13:52 As we come to the end of this year, we begin a new theme for the Daily… Continue Reading Treasures Old and New

A Bigger, Inclusive Table

Eucharist A Bigger, Inclusive Table Monday, July 23, 2018 The table of bread and wine is now to be made ready. It is the table of company of Jesus, and all who love him. It is the table of sharing with the poor of the world, with whom Jesus identified himself. It is the table… Continue Reading A Bigger, Inclusive Table

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