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Finding Security in Relationships

Economy: Old and New Finding Security in Relationships Friday, November 29, 2019 No servant can serve two masters. They will either hate one and love the other or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and mammon. —Luke 16:13 I encourage you to read Luke 16:1-13, which provides context… Continue Reading Finding Security in Relationships

Departing the Consumer Culture

Thank you to all who have donated over the past week! Your generosity helps us continue sending these free daily reflections by Father Richard. If you haven’t donated yet and wish to do so, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution at cac.org/dm-appeal. In gratitude for online donations of any amount now through December 31, 2019… Continue Reading Departing the Consumer Culture

Willing to Be Changed

Politics: Old and New Willing to Be Changed Friday, November 22, 2019 For a long time, it seemed that politics in the United States was “old hat.” I sometimes thought that supporting one party or another was almost like choosing Coke or Pepsi; you might have a preference, but it didn’t really make a difference.… Continue Reading Willing to Be Changed

The Field of Love

Science: Old and New The Field of Love Thursday, November 7, 2019 The physical phenomenon of quantum entanglement is a wonderful illustration of the interconnected nature of reality, both spiritual and material. Allow me to try to explain in layperson’s terms: In quantum physics, it appears that one particle of any entangled pair “knows” what… Continue Reading The Field of Love

The Prodigal Species

Science: Old and New The Prodigal Species Wednesday, November 6, 2019 The universe is a single reality—one long sweeping spectacular process of interconnected events. The universe is not a place where evolution happens; it is evolution happening. It is not a stage on which dramas unfold; it is the unfolding drama itself. . . .… Continue Reading The Prodigal Species

Working Together

Peacemakers Working Together Friday, September 20, 2019 If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time. If you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together. — Shared by Lilla Watson [1] In our Living School, we emphasize contemplative solidarity with those who are marginalized… Continue Reading Working Together

Quantum Entanglement

Cosmology: Part One Quantum Entanglement Friday, August 30, 2019 Just as different ways of interpreting scripture and various types of truth (e.g., literal vs. mythic) are valuable for different purposes, so scientific theories have different applications while seeming to be paradoxical and irreconcilable. For example, we have the Newtonian theory of gravity, Einstein’s theory of… Continue Reading Quantum Entanglement

Living Mysticism

Interspiritual Mystics Living Mysticism Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Mysticism is a special consciousness of the presence of God that by definition exceeds description and results in a transformation of the subject who receives it. —Bernard McGinn [1] It’s not enough to have wonderful theories about God. Authentic mystical encounter radically changes us and our way… Continue Reading Living Mysticism

Being Christian

Mystic: Howard Thurman Being Christian Friday, July 26, 2019 Today I invite you to reflect on your own sense of identity—both as an individual and as part of a collective—as you read Howard Thurman’s thoughts on race and relationships: The burden of being black and the burden of being white is so heavy that it… Continue Reading Being Christian

A School of Love

Conscious Parenting A School of Love Sunday, June 23, 2019 Relationships are the primary school for love. For many people, parenting or care-giving serves as a container in which the soul, heart, body, and mind can grow. Each container is as unique as the individual who shapes it. Whether or not you are a parent,… Continue Reading A School of Love

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