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2020 Vision

2020 Vision Christ is the light that allows people to see things in their fullness.   The precise and intended effect of such a light is to see Christ everywhere else.  In fact, that is my only definition of a true Christian.  A mature Christian sees Christ in everything and everyone else.   ~Richard Rohr, The Universal…
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More Than a Stained Glass Window Jesus

Sayers reminds us that the people who surrounded Jesus in the Gospels were real people who had their own lives and concerns.  They encountered Him within a specific time and specific cultural pressures.  They made choices about Him with the little information they had – unlike us, who know the end of the story.  Caiaphas and Pilate did not condemn Jesus to death so they could fulfill prophecy, but as an expedient way to protect their own interests in unstable times.
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Lectio Divina and Preferring Christ: Benedictine Spirituality

Sustaining lectio divina and preferring nothing whatsoever to Christ anchor the Benedictine school of spirituality. Sustaining Lectio Divina The School of Lectio Divina is at the heart of the Benedictine Center of St. Paul’s Monastery’s attempt to share the riches of Benedictine spirituality. The core conviction is that praying the Scriptures is allowing the Word…
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