Tag Archives: Practice

Nature as Spiritual Practice


Dr. Steven Chase discusses the topic nature as spiritual practice.

Chase is resident scholars at the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research and have recenty written a book on this topic: Nature as Spiritual Practice, published by Eerdmans Publishing Co.

The Sermon on the Mount, part II


Fr. Dennis Hamm, S.J. comes back to the program to discuss The Sermon on the Mount. This is the second part of a two part program. The first part was posted on March 26th, 2012.

These chapters from the Gospel of Matthew are among the most challenging in the New Testament.

The Community of Sant’Egidio


Dr. Andrea Bartoli, Dean and Drucle French Cumble Chair of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, discusses the Community of Sant’Egidio, of which he is a member.

Dr. Bartoli is also the representative of the Community to the United Nations.

St. Celcilia, Patroness of Music


Dr. Marie Rubis Bauer, Director of Music at Saint Cecilia’s Cathedral in Omaha, reflects on the legacy of St. Cecilia and her role as an inspiration for Catholic liturgical music.

 

Discernment of Spirits


Fr. Richard Hauser comes back to the program to discuss “Discernment of Spirits.”

Discernment refers to the ability and the practice of recognizing when were are being motivated by the spirit of God and when we are not.  It is a key feature of Ignatian Spirituality.

Listeners might also enjoy our podcast on the ignatian examen.

Evening Prayer


In this program frequent guest, Eileen Burke Sullivan, continues her discussion of the Liturgy of the Hours, one of the Church’s most ancient prayers. This week’s program focuses on Evening Prayer.

Listeners may also enjoy our program on the Liturgy of the Hours itself and on Morning Prayer.

Morning Prayer


In this program frequent guest, Eileen Burke Sullivan, continues her discussion of the Liturgy of the Hours, one of the Church’s most ancient prayers. This week’s program focuses on Morning Prayer.

Listeners who missed the general discussion of the Liturgy of the Hours can find it by following this link.