Monthly Archives: May 2012

Love and our struggle with it

John Wesley is quoted as saying that humanity has a “bent towards sinning.” We, like the Apostle Paul, “have the desire to do what is good, but cannot carry it out. For (I )do not do the good (I) want … Continue reading

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The Non-Violent Atonement

I have truly held belief in a non-violent atonement for years but have had difficulty finding peers that could grasp this. After all, Jesus died violently on a cross! But today Richard Rohr reminded me of why I believe this. … Continue reading

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Mystical Life

Roberta Bondi has been giving us deep insight to Julian of Norwich. While I was introduced to her in seminary, I really never read her work – at least read it with deep thought. Sure, we were told she was … Continue reading

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The Contemplative Life

Spent the day with Father Richard Rohr and Roberta Bondi. They discussed the contemplative life. In a nutshell – it isn’t only lived by introverts or people who don’t want to interact with people. It is the practice of letting … Continue reading

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