“A mystery is not something that is unknowable. It’s something that is infinitely knowable.” – Richard Rohr
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Richard Rohr, a Franciscan true to the name, has been writing recently on “Church as Permaculture”: Mere beliefs do not necessarily change the way we live in this world. What we have been calling “Emerging” Christianity or “Lifestyle Christianity” involves a real movement toward simplicity—at all levels. A return to a simple lifestyle is the [...]
Related to the Sullivan video I posted a few months ago about learning he had HIV.
This coming week Richard Rohr will be visiting New York. Rohr is a Franciscan, and while I’ve never met him personally, in the tapes of his lectures – particularly his astonishing work on Paul – my reaction is always, “This man is preaching the Gospel, the same message as Christ’s, in a modern form.” It’s [...]
Some people have asked me what the “male spirituality” category on the website refers to. Putting a gender on spirituality seems at best unnecessary, and maybe silly or exclusionary. Nor have I written a great deal on this topic, as I have less than a year’s worth of experience with it, and with all things [...]