Compassion Meditation

Compassion Meditation

Professor and Sister of St. Joseph Catherine Nerney shares a prayer practice that strengthens our compassion for ourselves, one another, and the world: We are called to be compassion for our world. But to grow in this capacity, we must practice, practice, practice the...
Experiencing Your Divinity

Experiencing Your Divinity

Steve Farrell* • Jun 07, 2023 In a world that often feels chaotic and uncertain, it’s easy to lose sight of our inherent divinity. Yet, within each of us lies a spark of something greater, something sacred that connects us to the divine. Experiencing your divinity is...
Tolerance in a world of constant contrasts

Tolerance in a world of constant contrasts

Never in the history of humanity have we been exposed to such an infinite variety of opinions, beliefs, forms of behavior, customs and so on. Humanity has become a melting pot of world dimensions! Be it in the areas of religious beliefs, forms of politeness, dress,...
The Karma Yoga of Blessing

The Karma Yoga of Blessing

Karma Yoga is a spiritual teaching found in the Bhagavad Gita, one of the holy scriptures of Hinduism. It recommends a complete detachment of the self from our action – a concept that has also been expressed by other spiritual writers, for example Isaiah’s statement...
The Spirituality of Letting Go

The Spirituality of Letting Go

Fr Richard Rohr, Center for Action and Contemplation God* asks only that you get out of God’s way and let God be God in you. – Meister Eckhart, sermon on 1 John 4:9    Father Richard describes the spiritual discipline of detachment as the practice of...