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Franciscan Way: Part One: Weekly Summary

Franciscan Way: Part One Summary: Sunday, September 29—Friday, October 4, 2019 Much of Francis of Assisi’s genius was that he was ready for absolute “newness” from God, and therefore could also trust fresh and new attitudes in himself. (Sunday) In his “Testament,” Francis said, “No one showed me what I ought to do,” and then,… Continue Reading Franciscan Way: Part One: Weekly Summary

Jesus and Christ: Weekly Summary

Jesus and Christ Summary: Sunday, February 10—Friday, February 15, 2019 The Christ is the eternal mystery of matter and Spirit as one. Jesus willingly died—and Christ arose—yes, still Jesus, but now including and revealing everything else in its full purpose and glory. (Sunday) The Incarnation is not only “God becoming Jesus.” It is a much… Continue Reading Jesus and Christ: Weekly Summary

Jesus and the Bible: Weekly Summary

Jesus and the Bible Summary: Sunday, January 6-Friday, January 11, 2019 Just as the Bible takes us through many stages of consciousness and history, it takes us individually a long time to move beyond our need to be dualistic, judgmental, accusatory, fearful, blaming, egocentric, and earning—and to see as Jesus sees. (Sunday) Jesus consistently ignored… Continue Reading Jesus and the Bible: Weekly Summary

Scripture: Weekly Summary

Scripture Summary: Sunday, January 8-Friday, January 13, 2017 Scripture as validated by experience and experience as validated by Tradition are good scales for one’s spiritual worldview. (Sunday) The Bible is the best book in the world and the worst book in the world. It is the worst when it is used for bullying and self-justification;… Continue Reading Scripture: Weekly Summary

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