Monthly Archives: January 2014

Teilhard de Chardin: Life is worth living

Thanks to Michael Kinney for finding this. The Patience Prayer by Teilhard de Chardin is on my refrigerator as I am in constant need of this grace.

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (January 20, 2014): Death of the Ego and Rebirth in Christ

Courtesy of Michael Kenney at Journey Towards Easter: “Christ consumes with his glance my entire being. And with that same glance, that same presence, he enters into those who are around me and whom I love. Thanks to him therefore … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, St. Augustine and Catholic Moral Law

In the United States, we celebrate the life and ideals of Martin Luther King, Jr. today.  I am too young to remember King or the civil rights movement. However, as a began my journey back to Christianity, I came across … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (January 19, 2014): Growing in Christ

This weekend is the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time. The readings can be found here. The themes are on the nature of Christ and our call to grow closer to Christ and each other. Today’s reflection is courtesy of friend … Continue reading

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We Are Now Entering the Noosphere

Originally posted on The Irrefutable Proof about Hobbits:
Our closest living relatives — chimps, bonobos, gorillas, orang-utans, and gibbons — are extremely smart, but their particular form of intelligence is predicated on the fact that they can’t necessarily trust their neighbours. …

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Slaying the Flying Spaghetti Monster by Robert Barron

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Pictures from Teilhard de Chardin Collection at Georgetown University

Last week, I had the pleasure of meeting in person Frank Frost and Mary Frost who are producing the PBS documentary The Teilhard Project.  Frank Frost was gracious to give me a tour of the Teilhard de Chardin collection at … Continue reading

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