Join Richard Rohr, CAC staff, teachers, and guests on a journey through Fr. Richard’s foundational teachings on contemplative Christianity. Discover how to embody this wisdom in our daily lives, co-creating a world where everything and everyone belongs.
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"Maybe we should just call this book Tips for the Road, a sort of roadside assistance program." - Richard Rohr, Falling Upward, pg. xv Introduction more
In this episode, we distill Richard Rohr's teaching philosophy into three animating questions: What do we want to know? How do we want to grow? How do we want to show up in our lives and in the world? These questions serve as foundational guides for ... more
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Since I first listened to Richard after reading Another Name for Everything, I have learned so much about my faith from different positions. Richard has a unique view of our world and the rare gift of explaining it to others so that we can understand. Richard’s books have helped me grow more mature in my faith journey. God Bless Richard Rohr!
As a dedicated listener of the podcast Another Name for Everything, and someone who considers Richard Rohr a primary spiritual teacher, I’m so happy to have a new series of podcasts that synthesize his work on an even deeper level. I love the format of hearing from Richard in his elder wisdom, and then listening to Paul and Mike dive into the ways the concepts play out in real life for them. It feels like you’re walking alongside me on my own contemplative pathway. Thank you all for this wisdom ... more
This new podcast is a gift, received during a time when it was most needed. Thank you, Father Richard!💕
Having attended 6 years of Conspire and having followed Rohr for years, I am so grateful for this podcast. I will look forward to this season. I revisit Rohr and he constantly teaches me something new or helps me Re-remember. Thank you for sharing him and his teachings. Blessings to you.
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