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Trinity: Weekly Summary

Nothing stands alone. We are intrinsically like the Trinity, living in an absolute relatedness. We call this love. Continue Reading Trinity: Weekly Summary

A Trinitarian Way of Life

It’s only God in us that knows God. It’s God in us that loves God. It’s God in us that recognizes God. Continue Reading A Trinitarian Way of Life

The Trinity as Love

It’s only God in us that knows God. It’s God in us that loves God. It’s God in us that recognizes God. Continue Reading The Trinity as Love

Images of the Trinity

It’s only God in us that knows God. It’s God in us that loves God. It’s God in us that recognizes God. Continue Reading Images of the Trinity

The Pain of Disconnection

It’s only God in us that knows God. It’s God in us that loves God. It’s God in us that recognizes God. Continue Reading The Pain of Disconnection

Jesus in the Trinity

Jesus never doubts his union with God, and he hands on union with God to us through this fully participatory universe. Continue Reading Jesus in the Trinity

The Mystery of the Trinity

The Trinity reveals God more as a verb than a noun, but we rarely speak about God that way in our preaching or prayers. Continue Reading The Mystery of the Trinity

We Are Made for Love

God is our word for the ultimate ecosystem that holds all things in positive relationship. Continue Reading We Are Made for Love

Cosmic Hope

Feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary Richard’s love for the Trinity finds inspiration from the Franciscan mystical scholar St. Bonaventure (c. 1217–1274), who viewed all reality as coming from, participating with, and returning to God. Such a cosmic vision is mystical hope at its best! Bonaventure’s vision is positive, mystic, cosmic, intimately relational, and… Continue Reading Cosmic Hope

Images of God: Weekly Summary

Images of God Saturday, December 4, 2021 Week Forty-Eight Summary and Practice Sunday, November 28—Friday, December 3, 2021 Sunday There is an absolute connection between how we see God and how we see ourselves and the universe. —Richard Rohr Monday Our DNA is divine, and the divine indwelling is never earned by any behavior or… Continue Reading Images of God: Weekly Summary

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