Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sunday Reflection, Second Sunday of Lent (March 16, 2014): Transfigured in Christ

This weekend is the Second Sunday of Lent.  The readings can be found here.  The readings focus on the Transfiguration.  It was one of those rare instances during Jesus’ lifetime when His divinity was clearly apparent to his closest disciples. … Continue reading

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Why Theistic Evolution is Redundant

This week Stacy Trasancos, one of my favorite bloggers on the intersection of faith and science, had a good comment on the term “theistic evolution”.  Dr. Trasancos says the term is redundant and unhelpful: The term “theistic evolution” is used … Continue reading

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The Human Pettiness of Jonah and the Mercy of God

The first reading today this week is from the Book of Jonah.  The following is from a blog I did last year on the metaphors contained in Jonah that are applicable to me. Jonah is one of my favorite books from … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (March 10, 2014): Healing Power of Christ

Just as in living bodies a cell, at first similar to the other cells, can gradually come to be preponderant in the organism, so the particular humanity of Christ was able (at least at the Resurrection) to take on, to … Continue reading

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William E. Carroll on Darwin and Evolution

Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0OuK_DZWSU

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William E. Carroll on Creation and the Big Bang

Originally posted on Eclectic Orthodoxy:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CdOn0-VSc0

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Sunday Reflection, First Sunday of Lent (March 9, 2014): O Felix Culpa

“Just as in living bodies a cell, at first similar to the other cells, can gradually come to be preponderant in the organism, so the particular humanity of Christ was able (at least at the Resurrection) to take on, to … Continue reading

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Lenten Online Program: God, Self and Ego by Philip St. Romain

This Lent I will be taking an online “course” titled “God, Self and Ego” by Philip St. Romain of the Heartland Center for Spirituality.   According to the course description: “This series will feature 9 written presentations on the meaning … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (March 3, 2014): The Incarnation and Renewal

  The Incarnation is a making new, a restoration, of all the universe’s forces and powers; Christ is the Instrument, the Center, the End, of the whole of animate and material creation; through Him, everything is created, sanctified and vivified. … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection, Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (March 2, 2014): Mystery and Religion

Can a mother forget her infant, be without tenderness for the child of her womb? Even should she forget, I will never forget you. — Isaiah 49:15 Thus should one regard us: as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. — … Continue reading

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