Tag Archives: France

Sunday Reflection, Feast of the Presentation of the Lord (February 2, 2014): Helping to Heal a Broken World

This weekend is the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord.  The readings can be found here.  This Feast occurs at the end of the Infancy Narratives in the Gospel of Luke and is rich with symbolism of both the … Continue reading

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The Teilhard de Chardin Project: Coming April 2015

I started this blog in the Spring for several reasons.  First, I had recently had a “reconversion” and wanted to more deeply explore my faith.  Second, I was frustrated in some of my interactions with both agnostics and religiously-oriented people … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin and the Sacred Heart

This post is part of the new blog, O Most Sacred Heart.  The question for this Friday is “How did you first learn about the Sacred Heart?”.  I learned about it from Teilhard de Chardin and thought it would be … Continue reading

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Life of Teilhard de Chardin: Writing and Research in France (1918-1923)

After World War I, Teilhard de Chardin recuperated which gave him the time to develop his thoughts.  Two of the essays that he wrote in late 1918 and early 1919 highlight the tension that he faced his entire life.   … Continue reading

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