Another Name for Every Thing with Richard Rohr is a conversational podcast series on the deep connections between action and contemplation. Richard is joined by two students of the Christian contemplative path, Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, who seek to integrate the wisdom amidst diapers, disruptions, and the shifting state of our world.Richard Rohr is a globally recognized ecumenical teacher whose work is grounded in Christian mysticism. He is a Franciscan priest and founder of the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, takes a retrospective look over the entire arc of the five seasons of Another Name of Every Thing. Reflecting on each theme of the previous seasons we honor the wisdom of Richard and pe... more
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, discusses the final layer of the Cosmic Egg, The Story. Richard describes “the story” as the great patterns that are always true. We pull on the threads of love that are active when eng... more
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, steps into the “our story” of the Cosmic Egg. For this episode, CAC Faculty member Brian McLaren joins us. more
Rohr and cohosts appear to have a bottomless appetite for “unpacking” one metaphor with another metaphor, all the while saying nothing of substance. Beneath the surface of their benevolent interactions surges a deep disdain for Christian orthodoxy. That Rohr’s perennialist ideas are called wise demonstrates how eager we are to have our itching ears tickled. That his teachings are called Christian demonstrates how little people desire to understand orthodoxy. Unfortunately, I couldn’t leave zero ... more
I know, God brought me to this podcast (as presumptuous as it sounds) because it’s filled so many spiritual questions, and needs that I had that weren’t being fulfilled where I am at. I have journey spiritually my whole life, and started to feel stagnant, and now, the contemplative ideas in the Franciscan theory that Richard is presenting, gives me a whole new perspective to think about and explore. more
I’m only two episodes in and wow. Just wow. I’be learned so much. Sharing this podcast with all the people ❤️
I never read the book that inspires this podcast, but the discussion leaders enabled me to follow and reflect on their illuminating exploration of living the Gospel in the light of Father Rohr’s ideas.
I have been a Christian all my life- raised Catholic, moved to Lutheran as an adult. There was always something missing in my faith upbringing. I could never put my finger on it and have been spending 45 years trying to name it. THIS BOOK, these words!! They shine light into the dark places allowing me to really see what is it to have faith, to believe in God. Thank you CAC and Richard for the book, the beautiful podcast and for your gift of time. ❤️
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