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A reflection on the past 50 years from Fr. Richard Tuesday, June 23, 2020 Dear Friend, It is hard to believe, but this month marks 50 years since I was first ordained in my home parish in Topeka, Kansas. It was a beautiful ordination ceremony. I was young and excited; my hair was long (I… Continue Reading A reflection on the past 50 years from Fr. Richard—Donation Appeal
What is the future of Christianity? Tuesday, November 19, 2019 Dear Friend, Next year will mark 50 years since I was first ordained in my home parish in Topeka, Kansas. Over the years, God has allowed me to speak, write, and learn from so many people and cultures around the world. Because I rarely travel… Continue Reading What is the future of Christianity? Donation Appeal
Thank you for making our work possible! Wednesday, April 17, 2019 Friend, I am so honored that you take the time to read my Daily Meditations! As I grow older and limit my travel, they are one of the most meaningful ways I can continue teaching and ministering. You may wonder, as many have, if… Continue Reading Thank you for making our work possible!
Click here to read the Fall 2017 Mendicant. Center for Action and Contemplation celebrates its 30th Anniversary with a commemorative edition of The Mendicant. CAC’s Founder, Richard Rohr; Executive Director, Michael Poffenberger; Core Faculty, Cynthia Bourgeault and James Finley; and Secretary of the CAC Board of Directors, LaVera Crawley, share their perspectives on the history and future… Continue Reading the Mendicant, Fall 2017, Vol. 7 No. 4
Click here to read the April 2015 Mendicant. This issue features: Richard Rohr, “Desert Christianity and the Eastern Fathers of the Church” Interview: Shane Claiborne A Letter from CAC Executive Director: Michael Poffenberger
Click here to read the January 2015 Mendicant. This issue features: Richard Rohr, “Lineage: The Authority of What Is” (introducing the 2015 Daily Meditations theme) Meet CAC’s New Executive Director: Michael Poffenberger Update on Living School On-site Intensives
Click here to read the September 2014 Mendicant. This issue features: Richard Rohr, “Living Inside a Benevolent Universe” Ripples in the World: Heather Vesey and Michael Poffenberger Donor Reflection: Randy and Pam Hruska Living School Faculty Reflections