Monthly Archives: April 2014

Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (April 7, 2014): Everything That Rises Must Convert (Part II)

“In short we may say that faith in Man, by the combined effect of its universality and its elemental quality, shows itself upon examination to be the general atmosphere in which the higher, more elaborated forms of faith which we … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection, Fifth Sunday of Lent (April 6, 2014): Transformation Through A God Who Shares Our Suffering

“Jesus wept.” — John 11:35 “God has entered so thoroughly into our pain, into our loss, into our fear, that he weeps for us. We don’t have a God that stands aloof from the human condition.” — Fr. Robert Barron … Continue reading

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Sturgill Simpson, Teilhard de Chardin and the Omega Point

    I am not a huge country music fan but I found an article in yesterday’s Washington Post on Sturgill Simpson.  I had never heard of any of Mr. Simpson’s music but I was intrigued by his interview in … Continue reading

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Sarton/de Chardin/Grünewald

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