Tag Archives: Pentecost

A God Too Small

I am continuing to find excellent Pentecost reflections on the web.  The latest gem is from Fr. René Camilleri in the Times of Malta.  You can find Fr. Camilleri’s entire article here but set forth below is an extended excerpt: “The … Continue reading

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The Interior Life and the Presence of God

  I came across by this great article by Arnold Van Vugt in the Sun Star of the Philippines reflecting on Pentecost and discussing the need for Christianity to regain its sense of mysticism and wonder, including great quotes by Teilhard de Chardin … Continue reading

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Pentecost and Programming: New Languages

Interesting thoughts on language and communicating the Gospel message in the 21st century from Jonathan Lace, teacher, tech developer and Teilhardian.

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Sunday Reflection (Pentecost), June 8, 2014: Unleashing the Fire of the Holy Spirit

  This weekend is the celebration of Pentecost, which marks the end of the Easter Season. The readings can be found here.  The coming of the Holy Spirit is often represented by tongues of fire.  Fire was also prominent for … Continue reading

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Sunday Reflection: Pentecost (Unleashing Hearts on Fire)

Echoing biblical stories such as Moses and the burning bush, Teilhard de Chardin frequently uses the imagery of fire to describe the presence of God.  On Pentecost, the Church has multiple options for the Second Reading and the Gospel.  Today’s … Continue reading

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