How can one find God in the tremendous grief and loneliness of pain and suffering? “Spirituality is always eventually about what you do with your pain,” says Richard Rohr.
Politics stirs up deep emotions within us, but can we really separate our spirituality from politics? The messiness of elections speaks a lot to the messiness of discernment.
How is Jesus’ story your story? Often the story we craft for ourselves is not truly sufficient for our life’s happiness.
If we’ve rejected God in life, does God give us another chance after death? Who’s in hell? Why do we picture heaven as a “reward”? Can God’s infinite mercy mean no one is in hell?
If we sow seeds of mercy, we will reap more mercy.
How would you react when you hear a strange voice come over a loudspeaker? A work of the evil spirit? A call to take refuge in God?
Re-casting consolation and desolation into a single question.
What bothers you? Discomforts you? In the suffering and pain of the world, God is pushing us to action.
What do you do when you’ve just been diagnosed with a terminal illness? Who do you turn to?