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Tag Archives: lectio divina

Action and Contemplation: Week 1 Summary

Action and Contemplation: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, May 8-Friday, May 13, 2016 If we are going to have truly prophetic people who go beyond the categories of liberal and conservative, we have to teach them some way to integrate their activism with the contemplative stance toward life. (Sunday) I think some form of contemplative practice… Continue Reading Action and Contemplation: Week 1 Summary

Love: Week 2 Summary

Love: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, January 3-Friday, January 8, 2016 What you seek is what you are. (Sunday) The inner knowledge of God’s love is itself the Indwelling Presence. (Monday) “Anyone who loves is born of God and knows God . . . for God is love.” —1 John 4:7-8 (Tuesday) Intimacy (mutual vulnerability) is the… Continue Reading Love: Week 2 Summary

The Wisdom Tradition: Weekly Summary

The Wisdom Tradition Summary: Sunday, January 4-Friday, January 9, 2015 What I teach is true not because “Richard Rohr says so.” This wisdom is grounded in the unchanging yet ever fresh and relevant themes of a mature spirituality. (Sunday) Unity is the reconciliation of differences, and those differences must be maintained—and yet overcome! You must… Continue Reading The Wisdom Tradition: Weekly Summary

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