Tag Archives: walking meditation

Walk in Beauty

Primal and Indigenous Spirituality Walk in Beauty Friday, August 10, 2018 In 1969 when I was a young deacon in Acoma Pueblo, one of my jobs was to take the census. Because it was summer and hot, I would start early in the morning, driving my little orange truck to each residence. Invariably at sunrise,… Continue Reading Walk in Beauty

Vocation: Weekly Summary

Vocation Summary: Sunday, May 27-Friday, June 1, 2018 Before you tell your life what truths and values you have decided to live up to, let your life tell you what truths you embody, what values you represent. —Parker Palmer (Sunday) As conscious human beings, our life purpose is to be a visible expression of both… Continue Reading Vocation: Weekly Summary

Gender and Sexuality: Week 1 Summary

Gender and Sexuality: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, April 15-Friday, April 20, 2018 We are clearly not very at home in our bodies, yet Jesus came to show us that we can and must trust our human, and thus body-based, experience. The material world is the privileged place for the divine encounter. (Sunday) The word sex… Continue Reading Gender and Sexuality: Week 1 Summary

The Natural World: Week 2 Summary

The Natural World: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, March 11-Friday, March 16, 2018 Creation is of the order of love. God’s love is the fundamental moving force in all created things. —Pope Francis (Sunday) Hildegard lived inside an entire cosmology, a universe where the inner shows itself in the outer, and the outer reflects the inner,… Continue Reading The Natural World: Week 2 Summary

Nature: Week 1 Summary

Nature: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, November 6-Friday, November 11, 2016 When you don’t recognize that the Christ Mystery is universal, that God is present in—and is saving—all of creation, you can choose what you respect and what you disrespect, what you love and what you hate. (Sunday) God is saving creation and bringing all creatures… Continue Reading Nature: Week 1 Summary

Participation: Week 2 Summary

Participation: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, April 10-Friday, April 15, 2016 God refuses to be known intellectually. God can only be loved and known in the act of love; God can only be experienced in communion. (Sunday) Jesus offered the world full and final participation in his own very holistic teaching. Jesus spoke of true union… Continue Reading Participation: Week 2 Summary

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