Culture, Faith and Identity: An Interview

Martin Brokenleg, OSBCn, is one of the wisest people I know. He is a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe and practices the culture of his Lakota people. He holds a doctorate in psychology, is a graduate of… Continue Reading »

Moving Beyond Outgrown Spiritualities

To be on a spiritual journey – as opposed to merely being religious – means that from time to time you will find yourself with an outgrown spirituality. By its very nature faith must be evolving if it… Continue Reading »

Toxic Spirituality

It might seem strange to speak of spirituality as toxic.  Perhaps you wonder how spiritual paths that we may think of as unquestionably good – for example, our own spiritual path – could ever become so dangerous as… Continue Reading »

Certainty, Faith and Love

The last few months I have been reading the fourteenth century German mystic Meister Eckhart and spending a good deal of time pondering his teachings.  Like Jesus – and most mystics – his words are often more sparse… Continue Reading »