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Lent: Awake and Paying Attention

Lent: Awake and Paying Attention A faculty reflection by Cynthia Bourgeault “Remember, O man, that thou art dust, and to dust thou shalt return.” As this alumni newsletter wends its way to you, we have barreled past Ash Wednesday, which this year—February 14—happened to coincide with Valentine’s Day. Does it strike you that there’s something… Continue Reading Lent: Awake and Paying Attention

God Is Humble Enough to Be Anonymous

Paul: Week 2 God Is Humble Enough to Be Anonymous Monday, March 14, 2016 I think the notion of love has been seriously minimized by today’s popular understanding of love, as we see with Valentine’s Day. This secular holiday reveals a very unsustainable notion of love as romance, infatuation (ignis fatuus, false fire), impassioned sex,… Continue Reading God Is Humble Enough to Be Anonymous

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