Tag Archives: Richard Rohr

Reflecting on CONSPIRE 2018

LS Alumni and Students Reflect on CONSPIRE 2018 Mark Longhurst (’15) CONSPIRE 2018 dared to open a thematic gateway to challenging terrain that few spirituality conferences tread: the path of descent as the path of transformation. As Fr. Richard Rohr said in his conference video invitation, “Failure, relapse, death, and woundedness are our primary teachers.… Continue Reading Reflecting on CONSPIRE 2018

the Mendicant, Fall 2018, Vol. 8, No. 4

Click here to read the Fall 2018 Mendicant. This issue features: St. Óscar Romero by Richard Rohr A Reflection on Monseñor Óscar Romero, by Donna Bruzzese Recommended Reading, a book review by Lee Staman on The Scandal of Redemption: When God Liberates the Poor, Saves Sinners, and Heals Nations

the Mendicant, Summer 2018, Vol. 8, No. 3

Click here to read the Summer 2018 Mendicant. This issue features: Ascending and Descending Religions by Richard Rohr Spaces Where We Invite the Divine by Rebecca “Puck” Stair Into the Deep End by Brie Stoner A Transformational Power of Loss by Mirabai Starr A Different Kind of Darkness by Gigi Ross

Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley

Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley CAC Board Chair and Living School alumna, LaVera Crawley (’15), recently took some time to talk with Mark Longhurst (’15) about her life; vocation; work on the CAC Board; an important Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion process that the CAC is undertaking; and more. This interview kicks off an ongoing… Continue Reading Leadership Spotlight: Interview with LaVera Crawley

75 Years of Life

Thisness 75 Years of Life Tuesday, March 20, 2018 (Spring Equinox) I was born 75 years ago today. I know 75 is a somewhat arbitrary number, yet our culture has assigned it some significance. CAC staff encouraged me to share my journey, and they sifted through old photo albums to illustrate my very human path.… Continue Reading 75 Years of Life

the Mendicant, Winter 2018, Vol. 8, No. 1

Click here to read the Winter 2018 Mendicant. This issue features: Mirror and Mask by Richard Rohr Getting to Know Our Donors: Kathryn “Kate” Hampton Awakening a More Loving World by Paul Swanson My Living School Experience: A Reflection by Living School Student Darleen Ortega CONSPIRE 2018 information

The Power of Forgiveness

Forgiveness The Power of Forgiveness Sunday, August 27, 2017 Among the most powerful of human experiences is to give or to receive forgiveness. I want to share with you a personal story of forgiveness that happened in my family near the time of my mother’s death. She was lingering on the threshold, and for several… Continue Reading The Power of Forgiveness

Second Naiveté

Simplicity Second Naiveté Sunday, October 2, 2016 My life journey began as a very conservative pre-Vatican II Roman Catholic, pious and law-abiding, living in quiet Kansas, buffered and bounded by my parents’ stable marriage and many lovely liturgical traditions that sanctified my time and space. I was a very happy child and young man, and… Continue Reading Second Naiveté

A Country of Fear and Anger

A Country of Fear and Anger December 20, 2015 Luke 1:39-45 File Size: 8.45 MB Length: 8:20 Download “A Country of Fear and Anger” MP3.

Today is a Time for Mercy

Today is a Time for Mercy (St. Paul Church, Princeton, NJ) December 10, 2015 Download “Today is a Time for Mercy” MP3.

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