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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

Reclaiming Women’s Wisdom

Gender and Sexuality: Week 2 Reclaiming Women’s Wisdom Tuesday, April 24, 2018 While there is great value in the archetypes of feminine and masculine principles—which, regardless of our gender, we might all embody—it’s important to acknowledge the inequality within the church and culture at large. For example, in the United States, women make 83% of… Continue Reading Reclaiming Women’s Wisdom

Our Common Source

Interfaith Friendship Our Common Source Thursday, December 7, 2017 [We need] a Christian identity that is both strong and kind. By strong I mean vigorous, vital, durable, motivating, faithful, attractive, and defining. . . . By kind I mean something far more robust than mere tolerance, political correctness, or coexistence: I mean benevolent, hospitable, accepting,… Continue Reading Our Common Source

See, Look, Pay Attention

God as Us: Week 2 See, Look, Pay Attention Thursday, November 16, 2017 Tim Shriver, Chair of Special Olympics and a dear friend, 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… Continue Reading See, Look, Pay Attention

A Franciscan Revolution

Franciscan Spirituality: Week 3 A Franciscan Revolution Friday, June 23, 2017 “. . . A man like St. Francis of Assisi, for instance. What does he really mean? . . . A complete break with the pattern of history. . . . A man born out of due time. A sudden, unexplained revival of the… Continue Reading A Franciscan Revolution

Everything Belongs

Alternative Orthodoxy Everything Belongs Thursday, June 1, 2017 Jesus and Saint Francis had a genius for not eliminating or punishing the so-called negative side of the world, but incorporating and using it. Francis, simply imitating Jesus, goes to the edge of town and to the bottom of society; he kisses the leper, loves the poor,… Continue Reading Everything Belongs

All-Inclusive, All-Pervading

The Cosmic Christ: Week 2 All-Inclusive, All-Pervading Tuesday, November 1, 2016 (All Saints’ Day) Human beings are programmed to love all other living beings. We fall in love with persons and creatures, not so much with concepts or energies. We need “interface.” And so the Word or the Blueprint became flesh—one humble human, a Jewish… Continue Reading All-Inclusive, All-Pervading

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