Tag Archives: Teresa Pasquale Mateus

Evolution: Weekly Summary

Evolution Summary: Sunday, February 25-March, 2, 2018 God seems to have created things that continue to create and recreate themselves from the inside out. A fully incarnate God creates through evolution. (Sunday) The Christ Mystery is still “groaning in one great act of giving birth . . . as we ourselves groan inwardly, waiting for… Continue Reading Evolution: Weekly Summary

Alumni Newsletter — February 2018

A Note from the Editor Dear Living School alumni, The Three-in-One God is giving birth to transformation in the world through you. Much of this transformation, I suspect, takes place under the radar as you go about your often-busy days, radiating love in a fractured world. Sometimes it is simply the full presence you give… Continue Reading Alumni Newsletter — February 2018

Teresa Pasquale Mateus (‘15)

Teresa Pasquale Mateus (‘15) With increasing urgency over the last ten years, exploring the contemplative path, I have increased questions about the absence of people of color (POC) in contemplative communities, conversations, and teachings. I learned so much through the Christian contemplative lineage, but I knew for myself that the existing container did not and… Continue Reading Teresa Pasquale Mateus (‘15)

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