Integrating Our Passions, Probity, and Prayers: Praying the Psalms and Seeking Social Justice

April 23, 2016

Our passions are often powerful feelings that move us as individuals and become persuasive when we try to move others…

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Lenten “Inner” Spiritual Retreats and Solving Social Struggles

February 8, 2016

By observing the forty days of Lent, one can imitate Jesus’ withdrawal into the wilderness for forty days and can…

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Lectio Divina and an Image of a Homeless Person Realized in Psalm 31

January 24, 2016

The first step of reading (lectio) is an act of reverential listening that is based on the idea that when…

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The Divine Hours of Prayer and the Blues

April 7, 2015

Over the years, the Divine Hours of Prayers have often evolved into hours for the Blues for me as a…

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The Wounded Healer in the Spirit of Henri Nouwen

April 4, 2015

In his book, The Wounded Healer, Nouwen describes wounded healers as individuals who “must look after (their) own wounds but…

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The Spiritual Practice of Incarnational Solidarity

April 4, 2015

The underlying consideration concerning incarnational solidarity is three-fold: 1) if all is not well with others all is not well…

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