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This traditional, five decade rosary made with semi-precious blue aventurine stone makes a thoughtful gift to commemorate any significant life event like First Communion or Confirmation or as a thank you gift for a RCIA sponsor, best man or godfather.

Whether for yourself or as a gift for someone special in you life, this heirloom quality sacrament is sure to be cherished for decades to come!
Remember the Mayan Prophesy of 2012? It seems the Mayans did not count Leap Year. 2012 is now 2021.
Famous psychic Edgar Cayce forecasts that when Mt Etna & Mt Pelee erupt at the same time that US has 90 days to evacuate California. The San Andreas fault goes.
The whole E coast is under water including Florida and the Mississippi turns into a bay and the Great lakes dump into the Gulf of Mexico.
Mt Etna has been erupting since 2014.
Google “US Navy Edgar Cayce future map and you can see the water changes.
Mount Pelée started erupting Dec. 4, 2020. It also erupted in 1902 and killed almost 30,000 people, making it the deadliest eruption in the whole of the 20th century.
Mount Pelee started erupting for the first time in over 100 years around Dec. 4, 2020.
I have a dog cousin who was born on Feb. 29. Leap Day. Here are the Mayan Dog Prophets.
WORTHLESS LIP WORSHIP

"Silence is the most efficacious prayer of all; meet Me in My Silence; let your spirit be drawn towards Me and be absorbed in Me, in My Silence; allow Me to invade you, My child; allow Me to envelop your soul in My Love; open up to Me and let your God invade His Property; 'I Am' owns this Property; let 'I Am' free to increase; let 'I Am' multiply His Virtues in you." March 9, 1991

"What I want from these wise men is adoration, I want them to come and do Me homage like the first shepherds and like the Magi." June 19, 1990

"Never cease praying, My child, for the conversion of the world; understand the more prayers I obtain, the less evil will be promulgated; prayers are never wasted."

"Your prayers can change the world; your prayers can obtain God's Graces for the conversion of sinners, and the more conversions, the more prayers will be made and heard for other conversions; do you understand? Prayers are powerful; this is why I insist of you not to abandon your prayers and your sacrifices, the faithful are needed now more than ever." November 24, 1991

"I have established My Throne inside your heart to save you and to deliver you; I have established My Throne inside your heart to reign over you;
I have established My Throne inside your heart to endow you with My Spirit; your poverty enchanted Me, your misery attracted Me." December 1, 1992

I would rather have them turn to Me and say a few words from their heart with love rather than have them babble endlessly in the air! I do not want worthless lip worship! How many more times am I to say these things to them? March 21, 1994

"Pass your time with Me in a holy contemplation resting in Me, abandoning yourself to My good pleasure; do not think that you will be less fruitful; come enter into the Divine joy of your Savior;
Remember, My beloved, that true and pure theology is the contemplation of Me, your God and Lover of mankind." October 15, 1998

Vassula writes down the messages which she receives in a stately handwriting, quite distinct from her own. She hears, interiorly, a voice first, then, when she has to write down what she has heard, her writing changes. tlig.org

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Since 1994, Catalina Rivas, a stigmatist, has been receiving private messages from Jesus:

JESUS speaks:
“A person should know that those who approach Me with an open heart, are surrounded by My Merciful love.
To those who surrender themselves to Me, I grant virtues and I guide them through trials and tribulations. I defend and protect them at the appropriate hour. My Love is filled with joy; all guilt vanishes in My love. It lifts punishment and bears fruit.”
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The Lord to Catalina November 24, 1996

In Response,
In one minute or less, all you do is
simply say a small heart-to-heart prayer
for yourself and the person who sent you this.

God does not ask a great deal from you
nor does He call you to obtain lengthy messages.
He only asks for your friendship, your love,
your attention from time to time and a word to Him
showing Him that you have not forgotten Him.

Prayer of Forgiveness
Forgive (......... and I) our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.
Save (......... and I) from the time of trial, and deliver us from evil.

Prayer of Love
My Dear Father, Who is in heaven,
I believe in you; I adore you
I trust in you; I love you.
My Dear Jesus,
I believe in you; I adore you
I trust in you; I love you.
My Dear Holy Spirit,
I believe in you; I adore you
I trust in you; I love you.

Prayer of Petition
God bless my email friend in whatever it is that You know
may be needed this day!
And may my friend’s life be full of Your joy, peace and grace
to have a closer relationship with You.
Give us O Father, a powerful Breath of Your Spirit
to revive us all today for Your Glory.

Ambassadors of Christ:
“I empower you, in turn, to proclaim My message to the world so that all may come to believe in Me.”
Please send this email on to five other people,
including the one who sent it to you.

CREATE YOUR OWN CHRISTIAN (Missionary) BUSINESS CARD WITH YOUR NAME AND CONTACT INFORMATION AT THE BOTTOM.
Beginning in 2021, consider walking daily with one of the greatest classic works on contemplation and action ever written, The Cloud of Unknowing, in a newly released formate/edition titled "CLOUD DEVOTION: THROUGH THE YEAR WITH THE CLOUD OF UNKNOWING, a 366 daily devotional walking readers through the entitre text of The Cloud in short, daily readings and reflections. Great way to make a difference this new year.
I am saying this year, “Have a Better New Year.” And one of the most important things I ever learned is that I cannot ever change anyone— I am lucky if I can change myself.
The Richard Rohr page has been hacked and changed by someone named Scott M Tyson. https://www.facebook.com/Scott-M-Tyson-104801484451354
Today's message of 12-22-20 "Manifesting the Great I AM" - oh wow!! such a incredible message for us all...and can we get it?
Thank you Fr. Rohr
Our Beloved R.R. is somewhat of a larger Star, but in Hollywood~!~ the New Amazon Prime Movie "Gods Fool" has a character very closely based on him ~!~ - He is a Franciscan Monk (priest ) also named Richard, who helps a Tycoon who is having a Thomas Merton "Called by God Moment", as he helps him understand what is going on, that may change his life so very Radically Give it a View, its very timely & Good ~!~
Father Richard's "Thank you" which I opened from my inbox this morning has been a wonderful beginning to my day.

My "bowels of compassion" are stirred by what the Father said and the deep sincerity by which he says it. Through his example and the example of Francis I receive at least a glimpse into our universal connectedness. Oh Brother Jesus how I so desire that I and all in this grieving and disjointed land would feel that connecting Spirit and the beauty of Your goodness in every one of us.
Thank you for changing the image in this week's Daily Meditations. Thank you all for wanting to learn and grow. It brought tears to my eyes to see the change and what you wrote about it.

God bless you for your malleability at God's hands,
Eileen Metzger
This Star will lead you to, where Richard Rohr is coming from when he Speaks, Talks, an Teaches us how to become fully Christed, in every book he has ever Written ~!~ Blessings to all this Sacred Season ~!!~
Brother Richard, reflecting today on social movements, compares injustice to the destruction brought about by an overflowing river. He delineates three avenues for helping people impacted by this tragedy.

I am thinking of the last four years in the US, which I label as a National Experiment in Evil.

Such avalanche of destruction, degrading not only individual souls but the core of our national identity, has been ordained at the highest level of power. Whatever Evil means to each one of us, it exists at the universal level as well as the individual one. It is Evil that handled the strings of the marionette that shook the foundations of our democracy.

It is good to firm up these foundations, (Richard’s second level), and that should be a priority for the Biden administration.

But during these four painful years, it would have been essential to work at the source and cut the strings of the marionette, Richard’s 3rd level. It always amazed me that few people and groups took Trump to task on morality. Most of his opponents danced around the subject. Trump was, still is an immoral, narcissistic, compulsive liar: a psycho. He had no place at the helm of the country. It breaks my heart that many didn’t see it. Our politicians should have brought up more vigorously the unfit personality of our leader: The Emperor had no clothes, and nobody saw what he embodied under the illusions: Evil.

The power of evil is still wreaking havoc in the country. The avalanche is still flowing full force, erasing rational thinking, dividing survivors on each side of its banks.
So many people are still deluded! The country is now divided, not in Democrats and Republicans, but in pro- vs anti-Trump. An individual, (his moral standing), has become a national issue in himself, just as security, health, or any that affects our communities.

We have to start a national reflection on power and morality, on democracy and morality. The country is so divided that it would be good to create a Truth and Reconciliation council on the South African model.

At the same time, we have to convince our youth, as part of their political education, that means never, never justify the ends. In fact, a criterion for the value of an end is the quality of the means used to enforce it. Means are parts of ends.

Founded by Fr. Richard Rohr and grounded in contemplative traditions. Due to COVID-19 our Visitor's Center and other buildings are closed to the public.

Our Community Engagement team is available for support online or by phone M-F 10 a.m.-4 p.m. MT. The Center for Action and Contemplation, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was founded in 1987 by Franciscan Father Richard Rohr, who saw the need for a training/formation center. It would serve as a place of discernment and growth for activists and those interested in social service ministries—a pla

Online services available

10/05/2021

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In today's Daily Meditations, we reflect on Carlo Carretto (1910–1988) who was a member of the Little Brothers of Jesus, a community of contemplatives based on the spirituality of St. Francis of Assisi. In this meditation, Carretto speaks in Francis’ voice, combining Francis’ biography with what he might say to us today.

Fr. Richard says, "Science is beginning to confirm the intuitions of mystics throughout the ages, including Francis—that we share kinship with animals."

Read today's Daily Meditation here: https://bit.ly/2Y3feMp

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St. Francis: A Message for Our Times: Weekly Summary 10/04/2021

St. Francis: A Message for Our Times: Weekly Summary

Today is the feast day of St. Francis, lover of animals and the natural world—an authentic and unorthodox spirit.

St Francis was a mystic and a pilgrim who lived in simple harmony with God, others, nature, and with himself. The founder of the Franciscan Order, St. Francis encourages us create alternative ways of being and remain open to all experiences of divine wisdom.

In Perennial Wisdom, divine truth can be observed in many different forms—including through relationship with nature and our animal friends and companions. Fr. Richard Rohr writes, “Any truth that keeps recurring and gathers humanity’s positive energy is called wisdom and most assuredly has to be from the One Holy Spirit.”

What are your unorthodox ways of connecting to divine wisdom? How do you create space for others to experience an authentic version of divine wisdom? Learn more about St. Francis: https://cac.org/st-francis-a-message-for-our-times-weekly-summary-2020-10-10/

St. Francis: A Message for Our Times: Weekly Summary St. Francis: A Message for Our Times Saturday: October 10, 2020 Summary: Sunday, October 4—Friday, October 9, 2020 St. Francis stands as one who made the

10/02/2021

Loving Kindness, Discovering Compassion — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations

Join us in our Daily Meditations practice today of "Loving Kindness, Discovering Compassion" with inspiration from activist and author Rev. angel Kyodo williams. Raised in a Christian home, Rev. angel ultimately found her calling as a Zen Buddhist priest engaged in the pursuit of radical justice.

Rev. angel offers a suggestion for ways of developing compassion for self and others:

"Armed with the open mind and open heart that come from self-intimacy and self-acceptance, you can begin the very possible task of truly accepting others. When you practice accepting yourself in many different forms and moods, you naturally develop an ability to see your own self in other people. As you learn how to accept yourself, you learn how to accept them. That’s the true meaning of compassion."

We invite you to watch this video taken during an Albuquerque summer storm. Read the full meditation here: https://bit.ly/3o18KIQ

09/30/2021

Few have captured the spirit of divine love as beautifully as the Sufi poet Rumi, whose biography we shared here a few days ago. His reality changed when a wandering holy man, Shams al-Dīn, shared his insights on divine love. During this time Rumi’s writings transformed into luminous, mystical poetry that embraced a loving and connected universe. Rumi writes:

Love cannot be contained within our speaking or listening; Love is an ocean whose depths cannot be plumbed.
Would you try to count the drops of the sea?
Before that Ocean, the seven seas are nothing.

Join us for a practice inspired by Rumi’s life and wisdom. Can you think of a spiritual companion or guide—a person, experience, or item—that opened you radically to the ocean of Divine love? Take five minutes in silence to reflect on this opening, and then craft a poem, song, or message of gratitude. How will you pass on their wisdom of Divine love to the world?

Few have captured the spirit of divine love as beautifully as the Sufi poet Rumi, whose biography we shared here a few days ago. His reality changed when a wandering holy man, Shams al-Dīn, shared his insights on divine love. During this time Rumi’s writings transformed into luminous, mystical poetry that embraced a loving and connected universe. Rumi writes:

Love cannot be contained within our speaking or listening; Love is an ocean whose depths cannot be plumbed.
Would you try to count the drops of the sea?
Before that Ocean, the seven seas are nothing.

Join us for a practice inspired by Rumi’s life and wisdom. Can you think of a spiritual companion or guide—a person, experience, or item—that opened you radically to the ocean of Divine love? Take five minutes in silence to reflect on this opening, and then craft a poem, song, or message of gratitude. How will you pass on their wisdom of Divine love to the world?

09/29/2021

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In today's Daily Meditations, we reflect on CAC core faculty member James Finley's gentle reminder of our infinite preciousness to God. God cannot help but meet us with compassionate love. Offering ourselves compassion is one step to encountering the depths of God’s compassion for us.

"Compassion is the love that recognizes and goes forth to identify with the preciousness of all that is lost and broken within ourselves and others," Finley writes. "At first it seems as if compassionate love originates with our free decision to be as compassionate as we can be toward ourselves as we sit in meditation. As our practice deepens, we come to realize that in choosing to be compassionate, we are yielding to the compassionate nature of God flowing through us, in and as our compassion toward our self as precious in our frailty."

Read today's Daily Meditation here: https://bit.ly/39utReh

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09/26/2021

We are so grateful for the gift of grace and presence these past days at the #FinalCONSPIRE conference. A warm thank you to conference presenters James Finley, Barbara Holmes, Jacqui Lewis , Brian D. McLaren, Richard Rohr, and Mirabai Starr for the gift of their wisdom.

Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the partner organizations, like SDI - Home of Spiritual Companionship and the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, who led workshops and shared experiences.

Blessings and gratitude to our global contemplative community, who have shared moments of peace, clarity, and connection with us these last few days. Thank you all for making this Final CONSPIRE a life-changing and transformative journey.

Photo taken of Executive Director Michael Poffenberger on the CONSPIRE set on the CAC grounds

We are so grateful for the gift of grace and presence these past days at the #FinalCONSPIRE conference. A warm thank you to conference presenters James Finley, Barbara Holmes, Jacqui Lewis , Brian D. McLaren, Richard Rohr, and Mirabai Starr for the gift of their wisdom.

Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the partner organizations, like SDI - Home of Spiritual Companionship and the Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, who led workshops and shared experiences.

Blessings and gratitude to our global contemplative community, who have shared moments of peace, clarity, and connection with us these last few days. Thank you all for making this Final CONSPIRE a life-changing and transformative journey.

Photo taken of Executive Director Michael Poffenberger on the CONSPIRE set on the CAC grounds

09/25/2021

Letting Go of Things — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations

Join us in our Daily Meditations practice today of "Letting Go of Things" with inspiration from Minister Adele Ahlberg Calhoun, who believes that by simplifying our lives, we bring ourselves into greater alignment with God’s will.

"Learning to live simply prepares us for our last breath while cultivating in us the freedom to truly live here and now." Here are some of the practices for simplifying Calhoun suggests:

• Uncomplicate your life by choosing a few areas in which you wish to practice “letting go.” Clean out the garage, basement, closet or attic. Go on a simple vacation. Eat more simply. . . .

• If someone admires something of yours, give it away. Find out just how attached you are to your things. . . .

• Where have you complicated your life with God? Consider what actually brings you into the presence of Christ. Spend time there.

We invite you to watch this video taken in the sand and surf of California. Read the full meditation here: https://bit.ly/3EoJhij

09/24/2021

Few have captured the spirit of divine love as beautifully as the Sufi poet Rumi, whose biography we shared here a few days ago. His reality changed when a wandering holy man, Shams al-Dīn, shared his insights on divine love. During this time Rumi’s writings transformed into luminous, mystical poetry that embraced a loving and connected universe. Rumi writes:



Love cannot be contained within our speaking or listening; Love is an ocean whose depths cannot be plumbed.

Would you try to count the drops of the sea?

Before that Ocean, the seven seas are nothing.



Join us for a practice inspired by Rumi’s life and wisdom. Can you think of a spiritual companion or guide—a person, experience, or item—that opened you radically to the ocean of Divine love? Take five minutes in silence to reflect on this opening, and then craft a poem, song, or message of gratitude. How will you pass on their wisdom of Divine love to the world?

Few have captured the spirit of divine love as beautifully as the Sufi poet Rumi, whose biography we shared here a few days ago. His reality changed when a wandering holy man, Shams al-Dīn, shared his insights on divine love. During this time Rumi’s writings transformed into luminous, mystical poetry that embraced a loving and connected universe. Rumi writes:



Love cannot be contained within our speaking or listening; Love is an ocean whose depths cannot be plumbed.

Would you try to count the drops of the sea?

Before that Ocean, the seven seas are nothing.



Join us for a practice inspired by Rumi’s life and wisdom. Can you think of a spiritual companion or guide—a person, experience, or item—that opened you radically to the ocean of Divine love? Take five minutes in silence to reflect on this opening, and then craft a poem, song, or message of gratitude. How will you pass on their wisdom of Divine love to the world?

09/24/2021

The #FinalCONSPIRE begins today! We’re excited to embark on this journey of oneness unfolding within God’s Great Story. Be sure to check out our Facebook stories throughout the weekend for a peek behind the scenes of the Final CONSPIRE!

We look forward to joining our wonderful wisdom teachers in discussion and practice of contemplative wisdom that can draw us closer to each other and to God.

The #FinalCONSPIRE begins today! We’re excited to embark on this journey of oneness unfolding within God’s Great Story. Be sure to check out our Facebook stories throughout the weekend for a peek behind the scenes of the Final CONSPIRE!

We look forward to joining our wonderful wisdom teachers in discussion and practice of contemplative wisdom that can draw us closer to each other and to God.

09/23/2021

How do you expand your perspectives? For those exploring the Christian contemplative traditions, the mystics can illuminate experiential self-knowledge. And the thread of perennialism shows us how mystics from all faith traditions can help us discover an interior world soaked in love and grace. In fact, few have captured the essence of divine love as luminously as scholar, mystic, and Sufi poet, Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, or Rumi.

Born in 13th century Afghanistan, raised in Turkey, and trained as a scholar of the Qur’an, for a time Rumi’s path that looked identical to his father’s—until a chance meeting with Shams al-Dīn, a wanderer who inspired an outpouring of poetic masterpieces.

Uneducated and disconnected from society, Shams’ connection with God was embodied and radical. With Shams, Rumi’s deep knowledge of theology opened in a radically new direction. Thousands of lines of verse poured forth—praising divine love in fiery ardor. “My hand used to hold a Qur’an, but now it holds Love’s flagon,” Rumi wrote. “My mouth was filled with glorification, but now it recites only poetry and songs.”

Then Shams suddenly disappeared. Rumi searched for his spiritual guide but never heard from him again. Rumor has it that Shams was murdered by Rumi’s jealous followers or even his concerned sons. It’s also possible that Shams simply continued to wander.

Rumi continued to harbor the spirit of Shams within him, inspiring The Masnavi, known as the greatest mystical poem in literature. Rumi died as a celebrated and beloved poet on December 17, 1273, in Turkey, shortly after finishing his masterpiece.

The meaning behind the symbols: The sun, impossible to reach, features prominently in Rumi’s writings, Rumi’s mausoleum is called the Green Dome, and chroniclers say that Rumi often composed while in ecstatic dance listening to a flute or drum. Learn more about Rumi at https://bit.ly/39m1hvz

How do you expand your perspectives? For those exploring the Christian contemplative traditions, the mystics can illuminate experiential self-knowledge. And the thread of perennialism shows us how mystics from all faith traditions can help us discover an interior world soaked in love and grace. In fact, few have captured the essence of divine love as luminously as scholar, mystic, and Sufi poet, Jalāl al-Dīn Rūmī, or Rumi.

Born in 13th century Afghanistan, raised in Turkey, and trained as a scholar of the Qur’an, for a time Rumi’s path that looked identical to his father’s—until a chance meeting with Shams al-Dīn, a wanderer who inspired an outpouring of poetic masterpieces.

Uneducated and disconnected from society, Shams’ connection with God was embodied and radical. With Shams, Rumi’s deep knowledge of theology opened in a radically new direction. Thousands of lines of verse poured forth—praising divine love in fiery ardor. “My hand used to hold a Qur’an, but now it holds Love’s flagon,” Rumi wrote. “My mouth was filled with glorification, but now it recites only poetry and songs.”

Then Shams suddenly disappeared. Rumi searched for his spiritual guide but never heard from him again. Rumor has it that Shams was murdered by Rumi’s jealous followers or even his concerned sons. It’s also possible that Shams simply continued to wander.

Rumi continued to harbor the spirit of Shams within him, inspiring The Masnavi, known as the greatest mystical poem in literature. Rumi died as a celebrated and beloved poet on December 17, 1273, in Turkey, shortly after finishing his masterpiece.

The meaning behind the symbols: The sun, impossible to reach, features prominently in Rumi’s writings, Rumi’s mausoleum is called the Green Dome, and chroniclers say that Rumi often composed while in ecstatic dance listening to a flute or drum. Learn more about Rumi at https://bit.ly/39m1hvz

09/23/2021

CAC core teacher Barbara Homes invites listeners to explore the intersection of science and spirit in our new podcast, The Cosmic We. Committed to the struggle for justice and healing, Barbara invites listeners to explore the exciting and surprising intersection of science and spirit.

Joined by guests Brian Swimme, Mikael Owunna, Belvie Rooks, and others, Barbara Holmes and co-host Donny Bryant invite you to discover how individual experiences can reveal the nature of the cosmos itself. Listen online or subscribe to The Cosmic We on your favorite podcast platform. https://cac.org/podcast/the-cosmic-we/

CAC core teacher Barbara Homes invites listeners to explore the intersection of science and spirit in our new podcast, The Cosmic We. Committed to the struggle for justice and healing, Barbara invites listeners to explore the exciting and surprising intersection of science and spirit.

Joined by guests Brian Swimme, Mikael Owunna, Belvie Rooks, and others, Barbara Holmes and co-host Donny Bryant invite you to discover how individual experiences can reveal the nature of the cosmos itself. Listen online or subscribe to The Cosmic We on your favorite podcast platform. https://cac.org/podcast/the-cosmic-we/

The Legacy and Impact of the CONSPIRE Conference Series 09/22/2021

The Legacy and Impact of the CONSPIRE Conference Series

When the CONSPIRE conference series began in 2013, the finale seemed cast beyond the visible horizon. Yet conference by conference, CONSPIRE found its feet and together we walked the trails of the Alternative Orthodoxy towards that horizon. It was not a linear path. We could not always tell by sight or sound our exact bearings, but like a desert fox we zigzagged our way towards that horizon in good faith. Hard as it is to believe, we are now approaching that end. https://cac.org/news/the-legacy-and-impact-of-conspire/

The Legacy and Impact of the CONSPIRE Conference Series When the CONSPIRE conference series began in 2013, the finale seemed cast beyond the visible horizon. Yet conference by conference, CONSPIRE found its feet and together we walked the trails of the Alternative Orthodoxy towards that horizon. It was not a linear path. We could not always tell by sight...

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Loving Kindness, Discovering Compassion — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
Letting Go of Things — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
A Joyful Mind — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
Finding the Life Underneath Your Life Situation — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
The Final CONSPIRE: Living Inside God's Great Story
Fishing with the Divine – Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
Encountering Christ in Nature — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
God Loves Things By Becoming Them – Richard Rohr’s Daily Meditations
Learning to Let Go — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
Feeling Our Pain — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
Stillness — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations
Finding the Source of Comfort — Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations

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