Richard Rohr

The question for us is always “how can we turn information into transformation?”
How can we use the sacred texts, tradition, and experience
to lead people into new places with God, with life, with themselves?
— Richard Rohr
Center for Action and Contemplation

Early Christianity

The Beginnings of the Way

A Changing Religion

A Rhythm of Retreat and Return

Christianity in the Desert

Seeking Spiritual Freedom

Eastern Christianity

The Patristic Period

Christ Is Everyman and Everywoman

Trinity

Theosis

Universal Restoration

Participating in the Incarnation

Western Christianity

The Christian Contemplative Tradition

Renewal of Contemplative Christianity

The Self-in-God

The Soul’s Objective Union with God

Healing Addiction

Crisis Contemplation

Islam

A Way of Life

Walk Gently on the Earth

Holy, Nonviolent Struggle

Primordial Light

The Breath of God

Dying Before We Die

Unknowing

Beyond Comprehension

Recovering Our Balance

Darkness and Light

Ascent and Descent

Listening and Learning

Prayer Beyond Words

Dying by Brightness

Transcendence

The God Particle

The Power to Love

The End of Knowing

Suffering

Suffering Love

Persecuted for My Sake

Searching for Meaning

Rupture of the Ordinary

Gazing upon the Mystery

Redemptive Suffering

Traumatization of Spirituality

Invincible Preciousness

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