“I recently had the opportunity to reflect on the liturgy for Holy Baptism in the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer. [It contains] a Christian ethic of values and living. What do we do each day that contributes to each of these five commitments?”
“For seekers hoping to strengthen their relationship with God and feel God’s presence in their lives, inviting them (one and all) to participate in the Banquet of the Kingdom through experiencing God’s presence in Holy Communion is, in my view, a natural expression of Jesus’ message and invitation to the Kingdom.”
As everyone has different gifts and speaks a different spiritual “language,” the diversity of our religious options in America is a boon rather than a burden on our culture and society.
“I do not view these environmental contexts to be conducive to a healthy spirituality or psychology. … This is why they are important to identify and, with grace, consider how individuals may navigate these types of communities and contexts as best needed for their personal goals and situations.”
“How might our contribution to social media be used to uplift and edify instead of tear down and demonize?”
“The body of Christ: the bread of heaven“ Here’s a different way to think about the phrase “body of Christ”: Franciscan Richard Rohr recently published