As I confront my own role in racial injustice, I think about the false narratives embedded in white supremacy.
Antiracist work is not comfortable. It requires a continual willingness to step into discomfort, lest we be complicit.
For today’s contemplative, looking only to the Desert Mothers and Fathers for examples of contemplation and mysticism is to dismiss half of what these things are. We must not fail to also look to yesterday and today’s Black and Brown contemplatives who have “turned the ‘inward journey’ into a communal experience.”
Note: This is about recent news about what has been done to black and brown bodies in America, if you feel you cannot read more
Last week, I had the opportunity to be with a group of friends from all over the country. With each of us in a different
A discussion about everything from quarantine to Thomas Merton.