By Ginny Schaeffer, Director of the Angela Merci Center for Spirituality It is the second week of the great Easter feast and we still proclaim, “Christ is risen! Alleluia! Alleluia!” We have heard the stories of the risen Christ showing himself to Mary Magdalene and the two travelers to Emmaus [...]
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By Ginny Schaeffer First it was toilet paper swooped off the shelves by the cart-full. Shortly after that, other food items became hard to find. Despite the assurances of government officials and food supply spokespeople, panic had gripped the hearts and minds of a population preparing for a siege. Anxiety, [...]
By Sister Mary Lee Hansen, OSU I am sitting in chapel trying to keep focused on Christ. My thoughts wonder and wander. For some unknown reason I put my hand out in front of me. Stretch one of your hands out in front of you. Turn it upward. Yes, there [...]
Rain poured down, the river flooded, a tornado hit – but nothing moved that house. It was fixed on the rock. -Jesus As the story goes, there were two houses, one built on sand and the other built on rock. A horrific storm blew up and slammed the houses with [...]
Our in-person Taizé services have been temporarily suspended due to the Coronavirus. Please enjoy these virtual Taizé prayer services we have created for you. [...]
Sabbath-keeping is an ancient tradition of resting from your labor so that you might remember the gifts of God and reconnect with the Ground of your being. The theme for this year is Love. Each month we will reflect upon a different aspect of love and how we might more [...]
What is God’s will? How do I know if a certain decision is God’s will? Is there a difference between my heart’s desire and God’s will? The basis of this workshop is that God is always speaking to us and that discernment is a holistic spiritual practice that helps us [...]