July 10, 2010

Presenter: Richard Rohr, O.F.M., founding director, Center for Action and Contemplation, and popular author

In this lecture Fr. Rohr presents the results of his research on the contemplative mind and tradition.  He believes contemplation teaches people an alternative way of reading reality that is non-dualistic, and therefore allows people to love enemies, forgive offenses, live with paradox and mystery, and "know" God.  Its loss is at the heart of the religious discouragement and regression today.  Its rediscovery is at the heart of our deepest hope.

Sponsored by the School of Theology and Ministry