Lent Not A Time Of ‘Giving Up,’ But Of ‘Taking’ Time To Be With God

There is a wisdom in the liturgical cycle. The yearly remembering of the life of Jesus of Nazareth accompanies our own evolving self. It invites us to engage the scriptural story anew with the insights, concerns and deepening awareness of who we are and who we are becoming. It assures us that life-death-new life continues …

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Gifts for This COVID Christmas — the Conscious Circle of Humanity

“A COVID Christmas,” almost an oxymoron. It is hard getting your head around it. All the elements of what has become identified with Christmas, or Hannukah, or Kwanzaa — shopping endlessly for gifts, gatherings of family and friends for meals, attending crowded religious services, visiting folks you haven’t seen for a while — we are …

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This Moment Calls For A New Consciousness: Becoming An Anti-Racist

It is hard to believe that we are entering the sixth month living with COVID19 and all of its unanticipated consequences. By basically stopping all of our usual ways of relating, working, shopping and traveling, a space opened for the eruption of systemic racism into the public consciousness. The brutal murder of George Floyd by …

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Imagining Moving Forward As We Face a Dual Pandemic

The country still coping with the COVID-19 pandemic is now reeling from the shocking murder of George Floyd. Another African American killed by the police. This horrific abuse of power has spurred both peaceful and violent protests throughout our country. In the midst of a pandemic and all the suffering, grief and anxiety it brings, …

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