Grace on the Margins: Pope Benedict, who works to maintain tradition at all costs, seems to have decided that the traditional way a pope leaves office was too medieval.
Grace on the Margins
Grace on the Margins: The school based on Fr. Richard Rohr's teachings hopes to honor the perennial tradition and inspire a new generation.
Grace on the Margins: The Living School will use what is life-giving to cultivate the contemplative practice of new generations.
Grace on the Margins: Now that he's approaching 70, Franciscan Fr. Richard Rohr is planning to settle down with a new project.
Grace on the Margins: The closing of a New York church prompted a group of women to gather at the shuttered building every week until the cardinal reopens it.
Grace on the Margins: The tale of the New York police officer who gave a pair of boots to a homeless man serves as a reminder of generosity and love.
Grace on the Margins: Things might be hard in the Northeast after Superstorm Sandy, but things are far worse for many around the globe.
Grace on the Margins: Nature gives us beauty and peace more often than it does damaging winds and tidal surges. We are more often victimizers of nature than victims.
Grace on the Margins: Understanding the Catholic imagination shows how the majority of Catholics support same-sex marriage.
Part three of a three-part series.
For the last two weeks, I have reported on an emerging community within the larger movement called new monasticism. The project is being led two young adults, Rory McEntee and Adam Bucko, who were raised Catholic and who have been deeply influenced by the work of Bede Griffiths, Raimundo Panikkar, Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, Mother Teresa, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Catherine Doherty.