richard rohr

Hiroshima

06 Aug 2017

This week we “lament, and grieve our own complicity in the bombing of Hiroshima in 1945 on the Feast of the Transfiguration. The atomic bomb became a symbol of humanity’s...

051: Getting Past Us and Them

16 Jul 2017

A candid conversation with Max Hatfield who has dedicated his life internationally in service to others. He and his wife Karen lead the nonprofit, Friendship International working to empower women...

Independence

04 Jul 2017

As The United States celebrates its Independence Day, I thought it fitting to consider various forms of dependency. Dependence is defined as the state of needing something or someone else....

Messy part 2

22 May 2017

In the last article, I discussed something we all know: life is messy. We sometimes don’t want to face people or problems we can’t relate to, and we are likely...

Church

09 Dec 2015

How do you know you’re on a good personal track? What are the markers of your spiritual growth? What do you think it means to be a person of faith?...

Honey

09 Sep 2015

The old saying is that you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. I think that is not only true for flies, but for us too. Father Richard...

Try This!

31 Aug 2015

A moving car is much easier to steer than a parked one. So says the cliché about moving forward in life. But personally, I think it’s a good one. While...

034: Life Stages & States

22 Aug 2015

Jeannette Slater & Dr. Deb discuss personal growth in light of what some have identified as life stages & states. The conversation was somewhat sparked by a brief article published...

Religionless Christianity

25 May 2015

What is the difference between religion and true spirituality? I have found that many people today are turned off by religion, but are still interested in seeking truth, spirituality and...

Money is Spiritual

24 Feb 2015

Have you ever considered that money is a deeply spiritual issue? If you think like most people, you probably haven’t, as spirituality and “the rest of life” have been separated...

Finding Fault

24 Nov 2014

“…the disciples were finding fault with each other because they had forgotten to bring bread.”* Jesus’ followers were crossing a large lake when they realized they had no lunch. So...

Never Enough

01 Jul 2014

We’re never satisfied. Enough is never enough. Life seems to be a constant chase for filling what can never be filled. For some it’s food. For others it’s shopping, sex,...

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