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Sunday Reflection Fourth Sunday of Advent (December 22, 2013): Waiting for Signs

“Scripture has depths missing from other forms of wisdom.  This is closer to the ground we walk on.” — Jeanne Schuler, PhD. This weekend is the Fourth Sunday of Advent. The readings can be found here.  We are coming to … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (November 25, 2013)

[I]f in his interpretation of the process of the Incarnation a Christian adopts the eminently justifiable point of view which rests on organic and physical analogies, then nothing in the world any longer subsists permanently for him apart from the … Continue reading

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The God of Joy and Laughter

“Joy is the most infallible sign of the presence of God” — Teilhard de Chardin I am currently in the second week of my online Ignatian Retreat. Each morning before I begin my prayer, I ask God for a grace. … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (November 18, 2013): Mystery of the Incarnation

“The present religious crisis derives from the antagonism between the God of supernatural revelation on one side and the great mysterious figure of the universe on the other; in consequence there will be no permanent peace for our faith unless … Continue reading

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Teilhard de Chardin Quote of the Week (October 21, 2013): Universe and Incarnation

  “[I]t appears contradictory (to the nature of participated being) to imagine God creating an isolated thing. Only one being can exist in isolation: Ens a se (Being which exists only in itself). Everything which is not God is essentially … Continue reading

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Embracing Doubt (Part VI): The Incarnation

“God Writes Straight With Crooked Lines” — Spanish Proverb This is the sixth and final installment of “Embracing Doubt to Grow to a Mature Faith”.  [A fully summary of the series is set forth at the end.]  Today, we will … Continue reading

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