There is no better time than Lent to rediscover God’s covenant with us in the nitty-gritty of creation, in the day-to-day gifts. For this we say, “Laudato Si! God be praised!” (Jerome Kodell, OSB, former abbot of Subiaco Abbey)
As you may know, for the past few years, I have been reading books about contemporary science and how that science challenges us to examine our understanding of God and faith. I took a break from posting on this blog over the summer so that I could reflect more deeply on what I have been … More How I Got Started with Science and Faith
The title of this post is the title of Chapter 1 of Diarmuid O’Murchu’s new book Incarnation: A New Evolutionary Threshold (Orbis, 2017). O’Murchu, a prolific writer and theologian who lives in Ireland, writes for adult faith seekers in our time who wish “to reframe the Christian notion of Incarnation above and beyond the inherited … More Incarnation in Light of Evolution
It has been nearly a year since I started this blog. At the time, I had no idea if I would persevere with almost weekly postings. I am grateful to all of you who follow the blog, as well as to you occasional visitors. Thank you for the feedback and the encouraging sentiments. First, let … More Happy Fourth of July!