Contemplation in a Consumer Society (Why Contemplation is Revolutionary, Part Two)

This is the second part of a series. If you're just joining the conversation, begin with The Archbishop and the Community Theologian and then proceed to Why Contemplation is Revolutionary (Part One).Today we're looking at the second of ten points drawn from quotations on contemplation from Archbishop Rowan Williams and Father Kenneth Leech. Today's point, quoting the archbishop directly: contemplation is "the key to the essence of a renewed humanity that is capable of seeing the world … [Read more...]

Consuming Jesus

Consuming Jesus: Beyond Race and Class Divisions in a Consumer Church By Paul Louis Metzger Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2007 Review by Carl McColmanChristianity is a counter-cultural movement, right? Well, you might not think so, based on how the faith plays out in the media and the imagination of many westerners. Sure, conservative Christians are forever on the march against secular and liberal attitudes toward human sexuality. But it seems like, for too many Christians, that's where … [Read more...]

The Story of Stuff

This online video comes to me from Fr. Vincent of the New Skellig Celtic Christian Community in San Francisco. Take a few minutes out of your busy day and watch it.If you want to visit the website related to this video, here it is: The Story of Stuff Project. … [Read more...]


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