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The Sacred Art of Living
Christine Valters Paintner Feb 01, 2016
Most of what we know about St. Brigid comes from the Life of Brigid written by the monk Cogitosis in the second half of the seventh century. The Life emphasizes her healings, her kinship with animals,...
The Sacred Art of Living
Christine Valters Paintner Jan 25, 2016
I am transitioning here on Patheos from my previous infrequent column (Seasons of the Soul) to a more regular blog presence here under the name The Sacred Art of Living. This was actually the first na...
The Sacred Art of Living
Christine Valters Paintner Jan 19, 2016
Illuminating the Way: Embracing the Wisdom of Monks and Mystics In this creative work Christine Valters Paintner offers us a pilgrimage through the lives of sages, healers, mystics, visionaries, and m...
The Sacred Art of Living
Christine Valters Paintner Jan 19, 2016
Christine Valters Paintner, PhD, REACE is the online Abbess at AbbeyoftheArts.com, a global virtual monastery offering resources for contemplative practice and creative expression.She is the author of...
The Sacred Art of Living
Christine Valters Paintner Jan 12, 2016
Christine Valters Paintner Sep 12, 2015
I am the living breath in a human being placed in a tabernacle of marrow, veins, bones, and flesh, giving it vitality and supporting its every movement. ~ St. Hildegard of Bingen, Scivias I 4:4The fea...
Christine Valters Paintner Sep 11, 2015
What if your fundamental commitment was to only offer your body and soul that which is nourishing and to listen to what depletes you and say no to those things?
The Sacred Art of Living
Christine Valters Paintner Jun 17, 2015
Editors' Note: This article is part of the Patheos Public Square on Slow Living. Read other perspectives here.Modern life seems to move at full speed and many of us can hardly catch our breath between...
Seasons of the Soul
Christine Valters Paintner Jun 17, 2015
When we pause between activities or moments in our day, we open ourselves to the possibility of discovering a new kind of presence to the "in-between times."
Christine Valters Paintner May 20, 2015
If, when Pentecost arrives, you do not find yourself perplexed or amazed, consider releasing the tight grip of your certain thoughts and make space for holy surprise.
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