Monthly Archives: April 2014

2014 American Teilhard Association Meeting in New York: May 3

I was able to rearrange my work schedule so that I am able to be in New York this Saturday for the American Teilhard Association Meeting. Set forth below is a summary. You can read more on the American Teilhard … Continue reading

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Entanglement wormholes

Originally posted on the Hunt for Truth:
. Entanglement may be akin to gravity Program Description Wal Thornhill examines A theoretical paper that was published by an MIT physicist… that claims to theoretically prove that so-called “quantum entanglement” — two…

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (April 28, 2014): A God Proportionate to our Understanding of the Universe

  “The human world of today has not grown cold, but . . . it is ardently searching for a God proportionate to the new dimensions of a Universe whose appearance has completely revolutionized the scale of our faculty of worship. … Continue reading

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1 day 4 Popes

Originally posted on Molma Indigo • Spiritual Activist:
So I have had a longstanding, tumultuous love affair with the Catholic Church.  I hate her and I love her, so please indulge me as I wax about her momentous day today. 2…

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Sunday Reflection on Divine Mercy Sunday (April 27, 2014): Finding Faith Through Doubt

“Unless I see the mark of the nails in his hands and put my finger into the nailmarks and put my hand into his side, I will not believe.” — John 20:25 Today is the Second Sunday of Easter, or Divine Mercy Sunday. You … Continue reading

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Deep Resurrection: The Martyrdom and Resurrection of Creation in Our Day

Originally posted on Daily Theology:
By Christine McCarthy The Long View of History: From Eternity to the History of Time Photgraph by Justin Ng, Your Shot Fox’s reboot of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is…

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Redemption for the Natural World

Originally posted on God In All Things:
If Easter is about the redemption of humankind, what about the rest of the created world? Elizabeth Johnson, in her new book Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love, gives a…

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (April 21, 2014): The Parousia and the Omega Point

  “Christian faith . . . by the very fact that it is rooted in the idea of the Incarnation, has always based a large part of its tenants on the tangible values of the World and of Matter . . … Continue reading

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Does the Beauty of the Gospel Story Attest to Its Truth?

Originally posted on The Bully Pulpit:
Does the aesthetic splendor of the four Gospels, when considered like works of literature, emit the ineffable whiff of something genuine? Is there a patina of truth — truth endorsed by beauty — coating the…

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Sunday Reflection for Easter Sunday (April 20, 2014): It’s Not About the Bunnies

This weekend we continue the Triduum Celebration and reach the climax of the Church year with the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday. The readings can be found here and here. Today’s reflection comes from James Martin, S.J., the Chaplain of the … Continue reading

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