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Will You Ask the Blessing? Blessing in Spirit and in Truth

Dr. Connie C. Bull: A blessing is a circle of light drawn around a person to protect, heal, and strengthen. -John O’Donohue, Irish poet & priest (1956-2008) Will you offer the blessing?  We hear this phrase often at mealtime, even perhaps daily. If we pause to consider, though, we realize that blessing is not only connected […]

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New Orientation… The Spirituality of the Psalms

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In this episode of Ancient-Future Faith, guest Ellen Koehler (right) was in the studio to talk about an upcoming Lenten series at Epiclesis (an Ancient-Future Faith Church in Sacram...

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Book Review: “Word and Image: The Hermeneutics of the Saint John’s Bible,” Michael Patella

Donald P. Richmond:

With a new millennium fast approaching, the monks at Saint John’s Abbey, Collegeville, asked themselves about what they could do to celebrate this event and honor God. In keepin...

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Our Lord’s Very Bad Idea

Donald Richmond:

I believe it was C. S. Lewis who said that he loved the Church, but he hated the people who were in it. Maybe, at least on some level, you share his sentiment. To be quite honest, ...

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