Tag Archives: understanding
A Windfall of Delight
We know that our inevitable passing away is not the end of our ripened and transformed life. Continue Reading A Windfall of Delight
Listening does not grant the other side legitimacy. It grants them humanity—and preserves our own. Continue Reading Courageous Listening
Seeing Jesus Again
Somehow staying Christian is about staying in and with and through Jesus. Jesus has everything to do with it. Continue Reading Seeing Jesus Again
We Are One and Many: Weekly Summary
We are each impacted by the circumstances that impact those around us. What hurts you hurts me. What heals you heals me. Continue Reading We Are One and Many: Weekly Summary
What Kind of God Do We Believe In?
Images of God What Kind of God Do We Believe In? Tuesday, November 30, 2021 Author and Benedictine sister Joan Chittister catalogs how some of the most common images of God influence our behavior and reminds us that we can choose more helpful and loving images. In the long light of human history, then, it… Continue Reading What Kind of God Do We Believe In?
Enneagram Part Three: Head Center: Weekly Summary
Enneagram Part Three: Head Center Saturday, March 14, 2020 Summary: Sunday, March 8–Friday, March 13, 2020 If taken seriously and used responsibly, the Enneagram is a tool that can help us move from dualistic thinking to nondual consciousness. (Sunday) [The Enneagram] offers both a portrait of healthy and a portrait of unhealthy for each type, and… Continue Reading Enneagram Part Three: Head Center: Weekly Summary
Twelve-Step Spirituality: Part Two: Weekly Summary
Twelve-Step Spirituality: Part Two Summary: Sunday, December 15—Friday, December 20, 2019 Winter Solstice The purpose of the divine therapy is the healing of the roots of all our problems and to transform our attitudes and, indeed, the whole of our human nature into the mind and heart of Christ. —Thomas Keating (Sunday) The union between… Continue Reading Twelve-Step Spirituality: Part Two: Weekly Summary
Final Court of Appeal
Gender and Sexuality Final Court of Appeal Tuesday, October 22, 2019 Today I share thoughts from Episcopal priest and CAC faculty member Cynthia Bourgeault on an important question, “What does the Bible say about sexual orientation?” For the record, I couldn’t agree more with her response, so I will allow her words to stand on… Continue Reading Final Court of Appeal