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One on One with Robert Ellsberg

  • Mary Frances Coady, One On One Interview | Caryll Houselander: A Biography

    20 JUN. 2024 · Join us in this One on One interview with Robert Ellsberg and author, Mary Frances Coady, as they discuss "Caryll Houselander: A Biography". https://maryknoll.link/b1a3e8 This biography tells the life of the elusive twentieth-century English writer, Caryll Houselander, who saved no personal letters and left only her books, which included a short autobiography, a few classics of Catholic spirituality including The Reed of God and The Flowering Tree, and various unpublished personal scratchings. She never had robust health, and mentally had the tendency to live in her own world. Her one aim in life, discovered from adolescence onward, was to see the suffering Christ in humanity. Order your copy today: https://maryknoll.link/b1a3e8
    Escuchado 29m 33s
  • Alessandra Harris, One On One Interview | In the Shadow of Freedom

    6 JUN. 2024 · In this One on One interview with Robert Ellsberg and author, Alessandra Harris, as they discuss "In the Shadow of Freedom". https://maryknoll.link/058731 Essayist, analyst, commentator, religion writer, and novelist, Alessandra Harris uncovers the historical roots and contemporary impacts of anti-Black racism in America directly leading to unjust legislation, police violence, and mass incarceration. In the Shadow of Freedom provides readers with an ethic and religious framework for implementing solutions and advocating for reform. "A thought-provoking work that expresses the challenge of being a Black Catholic in America." ~ Ansel Augustine, DMin, Assistant Director of African American Affairs, USCCB, and author https://orbisbooks.com/products/leveling-the-praying-field-can-the-church-we-love-love-us-back?_pos=1&_sid=9a8035b2c&_ss=r Alessandra Harris holds a degree in comparative religious and Middle Eastern studies from San Jose State University. A co-founder of and former contributor to Black Catholic Messenger, her work has also appeared in America, Critical Theology Journal, The Catholic Worker, National Catholic Reporter, and US Catholic. In the Shadow of Freedom is available at 25% off through 31 May 2024  https://maryknoll.link/058731
    Escuchado 28m 6s
  • Bernard Tickerhoof, One On One Interview | The One Body of Christ in a Quantum Age

    23 MAY. 2024 ·  In this One on One interview with Robert Ellsberg and author, Bernard Tickerhoof, discuss "The One Body of Christ in a Quantum Age". Writing from a font of experience as a Franciscan friar and spiritual teacher, Father Bernie Tickerhoof invites readers to enrich their spiritual journey as they learn from the physical sciences. The One Body of Christ in a Quantum Age explores the many resonances between quantum theory, consciousness studies, and relational and holistic spirituality through spiritual practices like prayer, relationship-building, service, and creativity. “Deeply inspiring. . . . I came away . . . with a deepened faith in Jesus and my connection, through him, with my brothers and sisters in his mystical body, and a renewed awe for the mysteries of quantum physics.” —R. Dean Astumian, OFS, professor, physics and astronomy, University of Maine The One Body of Christ in a Quantum is available at 25% off through 31 May 2024  https://maryknoll.link/9f6dc4
    Escuchado 32m 31s
  • Howard A. Snyder One On One Interview | Francis of Assisi, Movement Maker

    9 MAY. 2024 · In the early 13th century Francis of Assisi and the Franciscan Movement breathed new life into the church, attracting tens of thousands of adherents and spreading all over the world. Yet within decades this movement split into clashing branches. Why? Discover the answer in this One On One Interview, with Robert Ellsberg and Howard A. Snyder as they discuss https://maryknoll.link/71a074 “This fascinating story of Francis and the movement he unleashed is as relevant today as it was 800 years ago, and invites us all, as followers of Jesus, to be inspired by Francis. . . ."  —Darrell Whiteman, Publisher, American Society of Missiology Francis of Assisi, Movement Maker is available at 25% off through 31 May 2024  Get your copy of the book today at https://maryknoll.link/3e9a16  #Robert Ellsberg  #orbisbooks  #HowardASnyder #WilliamHartMcNichols #FrancisOfAssisi #FranciscanMovement #MovementMaker #SpiritualLeadership #InspirationalReads
    Escuchado 30m 45s
  • Christopher Pramuk and Fr.William Hart McNichols, One On One Interview | All My Eyes See

    26 ABR. 2024 · In this One On One Interview, Robert Ellsberg along with Christopher Pramuk and Fr.William Hart McNichols discuss https://maryknoll.link/71a074 https://maryknoll.link/71a074 “All My Eyes See is a profound conversation through which the theologian elicits from the artist the panoply of experiences, reflections, and insights that tell the story of his artistic journey. Fr. Bill’s art is the language he has created to make the invisible visible and to explain the inexplicable. It is a book about seeing and not seeing, knowing and not knowing, joy and sorrow, hope and despair, faith and doubt, success and failure, triumph and defeat, all of which finds a home in the human heart.”—Alan C. Mitchell, Georgetown University Get your copy of the book today at https://maryknoll.link/71a074  #Robert Ellsberg  #orbisbooks #ReligiousArt #Vocation #ChristopherPramuk #WilliamHartMcNichols
    Escuchado 37m 23s
  • Mary Frohlich, One On One Interview | The Heart at the Heart of the World

    11 ABR. 2024 · Traditional forms of devotion to the Sacred Heart, also known as the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, have waned among Catholics in recent decades. Here, Mary Frohlich, a sister of the Sacred Heart, seeks to reinterpret this traditional devotion as central to Christian spirituality in the 21st century. Facing our impending ecological disaster she sets out to discover the Heart of God as truly the heart of all creation. https://maryknoll.link/aul Drawing upon recent theologies that have embraced the “new animism” that regards every being including humans as a node in webs of living relationality, this book chooses twelve themes relevant to the concerns and needs of today’s world and explores what story of the Heart of God may be told in relation to each one. Mary Frohlich, RSCJ, a noted scholar of Carmelite spirituality, taught at Catholic Theological Union, Chicago from 1993 to 2020. A former president of the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality, she is editor of Saint Therese of Lisieux: Essential Writings (Modern Spiritual Masters Series) and author of Breathed into Wholeness: Catholicity and Life in the Spirit (both from Orbis). Get your copy of the book today at https://maryknoll.link/aul #MaryFrohlich #Robert Ellsberg  #orbisbooks #ecology
    Escuchado 35m 42s
  • Diarmuid O’Murchu , One On One Interview | Ecological Spirituality

    22 MAR. 2024 · In this One On One Interview, Robert Ellsberg and Diarmuid O’Murchu discuss "Ecological Spirituality (Ecology & Justice Series)" https://maryknoll.link/pel The changes that we must make to address the complex ecological crises today are unlikely to happen if we do not experience a spiritual revolution. In Ecological Spirituality, Diarmuid O’Murchu invites readers to the revolutionary work of a life-promoting spirituality for our time. He explores how we must move beyond understandings of holiness that emphasize detachment from our world in favor of something beyond. In his welcoming style O’Murchu reintroduces readers to the long history of humanity’s relationship with the creative Spirit of God, including and transcending religious traditions in a growing horizon of faith. As we rediscover the sacred here on Earth, we are called to connect spirit with Spirit, discerning and living an ecologically-focused spirituality for the well-being of creatures and ecosystems around the planet. Get your copy today: https://maryknoll.link/pel #EcologyAndJustice #SpiritualRevolution #EcologicalCrisis #EnvironmentalJustice #QuantumTheology   #DiarmuidOMurchu #RobertEllsberg #EcologicalSpirituality #SpiritAndSpirituality #SacredEarth #FaithAndEcology
    Escuchado 27m 35s
  • Kate Common, One On One Interview | Undoing Conquest

    7 MAR. 2024 · In the last century, archaeologists of the Highlands Settlements north of Jerusalem uncovered evidence that reshapes traditional understandings of Israelite history and the Bible. This new history remains largely untold outside of specialized archeological and biblical studies contexts. In her new book, Undoing Conquest, Kate Common, Assistant Professor in Public and Practical Theology at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio, recovers the material evidence that challenges the theological imagination of conquest that has permeated Christianity. By examining how biblical conquest narratives shaped Christian ideology, Undoing Conquest offers ways to incorporate the story the Highlands Settlements reveal into the life of the church to repair the harms of settler-colonialism and creating a more just future. Undoing Conquest is available at 25% off through 31 March 2024 Get your copy today, visit https://maryknoll.link/e7214f
    Escuchado 35m 24s
  • Pentecost at Tepeyac? Pneumatologies from the People, with Orlando Espin

    28 FEB. 2024 · In Pentecost at Tepeyac? Orlando Espin develops a Latinx pneumatology, or theology of the Holy Spirit, by exploring the image and enduring popular devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe. He argues that all symbols are cultural creations, and furthermore, the Spirit being divine is beyond all cultures. Therefore, no one symbol--whether dove, flame, breath, or any other—can be the only symbol possible. The feminine too can culturally symbolize the divine. To experience and express their faith in God non-European cultures can and must culturally symbolize the divine, in their respective ways. By focusing on the empowering action of the Spirit among the indigent and marginalized majority of humankind and their cultures, Espín provides a clear and compelling vision of the Holy Spirit’s subversive, empowering role in human history, societies and cultures. https://orbisbooks.com/products/pentecost-at-tepayac-pneumatologies-from-the-people 06:18 Guadalupe symbol as female expression of faith. 07:52 Reflecting on Guadalupe, Mary, and the Holy Spirit. 11:02 Questioning the use of masculine language for God. 16:00 Guadalupe's historical timeline and peoples' devotion. 18:18 Our representations of God are not truth. 23:42 Jesus killed for supporting the poor. Not divine. 27:17 Elizondo questions Guadalupe's miracle and its significance. 30:02 Latino family with strong Catholic commitment and marginalized. Orlando O. Espín is professor emeritus of systematic theology, University of San Diego, where he also served as director of the Center for the Study of Latino/a Catholicism. A founder of the Academy of Hispanic Catholic Theologians of the U.S (ACTHUS) he is the winner of the John Courtney Murray Award from the Catholic Theological Society of America. His many books include Idol & Grace, The Faith of the People, and Grace and Humanness (all Orbis).
    Escuchado 32m 43s
  • Come, Have Breakfast: Meditations on God and the Earth, with Elizabeth A. Johnson

    8 FEB. 2024 · In this One On One Interview, Robert Ellsberg and Elizabeth A. Johnson, discuss her new book "Come, Have Breakfast: Meditations on God and the Earth" . “‘Come, have breakfast’ (Jn 21:12) These three simple words followed by generous action open a portal into an ecological image of the living God who is active with cordial hospitality toward all creatures, nurturing their lives, desiring that all should be fed.” https://maryknoll.link/f38eb5 Addresses contemporary socioeconomic concerns from a biblical and mission-based perspective. Offers a tool (a social justice inventory) for evaluating ourselves in light of a biblical theology of wealth and poverty. In her latest work, prize-winning theologian Elizabeth Johnson views planet Earth, its beauty and threatened state, through the lens of scripture. Each luminous meditation offers a snapshot of one aspect of the holy mystery who creates, indwells, redeems, vivifies, and sanctifies the whole world. Together, they offer a panoramic view of the living God who loves the earth, accompanies all its creatures in their living and their dying, and moves us to care for our uncommon common home. Get your copy online with Orbis Books: https://maryknoll.link/f38eb5
    Escuchado 36m 44s
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