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Receiving the Gift

Giving Birth to Christ Receiving the Gift Tuesday, December 8, 2020 Why, from the earliest centuries, have Christian people been so excited about Mary? What’s happening in the depths of our soul when we hear her story? Surely it must be about more than the miracle of the virgin birth. As Benedictine oblate, author, and… Continue Reading Receiving the Gift

Spirituality and Social Movements: Weekly Summary

Spirituality and Social Movements Saturday, December 5, 2020 Summary: Sunday, November 29—Friday, December 4, 2020 Non-imperial movements within Christianity strive not towards protecting their own power and influence, but toward supporting the supreme work of love flowing into the world. (Sunday) Christianity began as a revolutionary nonviolent movement promoting a new kind of aliveness on the… Continue Reading Spirituality and Social Movements: Weekly Summary

The Heart of Democracy

Public Virtue The Heart of Democracy Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Election Day in the U.S.A. Renewed contact with the Gospel of faith, of hope and of love invites us to assume a creative and renewed spirit. In this way, we will be able to transform the roots of our physical, spiritual and social infirmities and… Continue Reading The Heart of Democracy

Speak Out

The Rhineland Mystics Speak Out Tuesday, August 4, 2020 Author, spiritual teacher, friend, and fellow New Mexican Mirabai Starr offers us a bit of the story of Hildegard’s life with implications for our own lives today. “Speak and write!” the voice from Heaven commanded. But Hildegard of Bingen, medieval visionary nun, remained silent. Hildegard was… Continue Reading Speak Out

Love and Justice Are Not Two

Inner and Outer Freedom Love and Justice Are Not Two Friday, June 19, 2020 Juneteenth Love and Justice are not two. Without inner change, there can be no outer change. Without collective change, no change matters. —Rev. angel Kyodo williams, Sensei I enjoyed getting to know Rev. angel Kyodo williams when she presented at the… Continue Reading Love and Justice Are Not Two

Incarnation: Weekly Summary

Incarnation Summary: Sunday, December 22—Friday, December 28, 2019 God, who is Infinite Love, incarnates that love as the universe itself. Then, a mere 2,000 years ago, as Christians believe, God incarnated in personal form as Jesus of Nazareth. (Sunday) Divine incarnation took the form of an Indwelling Presence in every human soul and in all… Continue Reading Incarnation: Weekly Summary

Divine Creativity

Incarnation Divine Creativity Friday, December 27, 2019 Though I did not have the privilege of meeting her personally, Beatrice Bruteau (1930–2014) was a brilliant scholar with a wide-ranging interest in mathematics, religion, science, and philosophy. Through her writing and relationships, she influenced the study of contemplative practice and evolutionary consciousness in significant ways. Enjoy this… Continue Reading Divine Creativity

Shadow Work: Weekly Summary

Shadow Work Summary: Sunday, September 8—Friday, September 13, 2019 Our shadow self is any part of ourselves or our institutions that we try to hide or deny because it seems socially unacceptable. (Sunday) Carl Jung had a mixed past—don’t we all?—yet his very mistakes usually led him to recognize and heal the shadow self that… Continue Reading Shadow Work: Weekly Summary

The Third Way

Nonviolence The Third Way Tuesday, August 20, 2019 Walter Wink (1935–2012), with whom I taught at several conferences some years ago, wrote a brilliant book, Jesus and Nonviolence, on a third way between fight and flight. I can see why Jesus calls it “a narrow path,” as it’s not the ego’s default or preferred method.… Continue Reading The Third Way

Engagement

Prophets: Part Two Engagement Friday, July 12, 2019 We live by responding to the word of God . . . since this word is addressed to our entire life, the response, too, can only be an entire one; it must be given with our entire life as it is realized in all our several actions.­… Continue Reading Engagement

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