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Exploring Who We Are As Spiritual and Secular

Most of the young people I know, despite having attended Catholic grade school and high school, are “Like, so done with religion.” They may describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious.” Many would probably consider themselves thoroughly secular. Continue reading

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Spiritual Growth: Path To Justice And Peace

To speak of justice and peace is not enough. How will we meet the challenge of growing into the kind of persons who can hold in respect and reverence all of the variety and diversity existing in our world? This, for me, has become the heart of the matter. Continue reading

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Growing in Reverence

J. Allen Boone, in a wonderful little book called The Language of Silence, describes modern humanity as “overcivilized, overmechanized, overeducated, oversexed, and chronically frustrated.” He contrasts modern humans with children Continue reading

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