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Tag Archives: prayer

Franciscan Contemplation and Action: Weekly Summary

When we named our organization the Center for Action and Contemplation, I was just being a good Franciscan. Continue Reading Franciscan Contemplation and Action: Weekly Summary

The Holy Spirit: Weekly Summary

There is an Inner Reminder and Rememberer who holds together all the disparate and fragmented parts of our lives. Continue Reading The Holy Spirit: Weekly Summary

Resurrection: Weekly Summary

Trust the down, and God will take care of the up. Continue Reading Resurrection: Weekly Summary

A Surrendering Love: Weekly Summary

Trust the down, and God will take care of the up. Continue Reading A Surrendering Love: Weekly Summary

Paul: The Misunderstood Mystic: Weekly Summary

Paul creates the mystical foundations for Christianity. Continue Reading Paul: The Misunderstood Mystic: Weekly Summary

Divine Feminine: Weekly Summary

The Big Tradition found feminine ways to symbolize the full Divine Incarnation. Continue Reading Divine Feminine: Weekly Summary

Meeting God in Prayer: Weekly Summary

Prayer is the longing of the human heart for God. Continue Reading Meeting God in Prayer: Weekly Summary

Opening to God

Prayer is God’s desire to breathe in me, to be the spirit of my life, to draw me into the fullness of life. Continue Reading Opening to God

An Intimate Sharing

Prayer is nothing else than an intimate sharing between friends. Continue Reading An Intimate Sharing

A Quality of Relationship

When we live from our true self in God, religion is about the quality and capacity of our relatedness to God and others. Continue Reading A Quality of Relationship

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