Contemplation and Community: A Gathering of Fresh Voices for a Living Tradition

Launching September 1, 2019! From the publisher's description (Crossroad Publishing Company): "All around the world a resurgence of Christian contemplative living is creating a new framework for spirituality inside and outside of formal religion. Building on and expanding from the thoughts and works of such as Richard Rohr, Thomas Keating, Tilden Edwards, Laurence Freeman, and... Continue Reading →

5 Points to Consider for the Mess We Are In

I was thinking today if I could describe a "formula" or framework for intentional conversations, given the anxieties and fear we face in the world (on one hand) and the call to Christian discipleship [also of course being a practitioner of any wisdom tradition] (on the other hand). Person after person in my parish shares... Continue Reading →

An Invitation to a Gathering: The Need for an “Alphabet and Vocabulary of the Spirit”

A Gathering: The Need for an “Alphabet and Vocabulary of the Spirit” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V63-qoKHQRU I returned yesterday from helping lead a retreat at Kanuga, a wonderful space for reflection, rest, and growth.  At this year’s Lansing Lee Conference, we delved deeply into conversations around civil discourse and justice, and we grounded ourselves in contemplative practices.  Particularly... Continue Reading →

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