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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 ...
 
How do we transform and transcend our biases? From judgments made unconsciously to complacency in systemic evil, we must learn how to see if we are to learn how to transform. Center for Action and Contemplation faculty members Brian McLaren and Richard Rohr join Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis Ph.D. of New York’s Middle Church for this special six-episode podcast series Learning How to See. Listen as these three powerful public theologians discuss how seeing is social, political, and contemplative.
 
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On this episode of Learning How to See, Brian, Jacqui, and Richard talk about the next three biases that look at the social-political dimensions of seeing: Conservative/Liberal bias: Conservatives and Liberals see the world differently. Liberals see through a “nurturing parent” window, and Conservatives see through a “strict father” window. Liberal…
 
On this special bonus episode, we are sharing an episode of Jim Finley's show, Turning to the Mystics where Richard was recently a guest talking about St. Teresa of Avila. We hope it helps hold you over while we are busy putting the next season of Another Name for Every Thing together. The link to the transcript can be found here. Another Name for …
 
On this episode of Learning How to See, Brian, Jacqui, and Richard talk about the next three biases that look at the social dimensions of seeing: Community bias: It is very hard to see something your group doesn’t want you to see. This is a form of social confirmation bias. Complementarity bias: If people are nice to you, you’ll be open to what the…
 
On this introductory episode of Learning How to See, Brian, Jacqui, and Richard talk about two biases that set the stage for all the others: Confirmation Bias: the human brain welcomes information that confirms what it already thinks and resist information that disturbs or contradicts what it already thinks. Complexity Bias: the human brain prefers…
 
How do we transform and transcend our biases? From judgments made unconsciously to complacency in systemic evil, we must learn how to see if we are to learn how to transform. Center for Action and Contemplation faculty members Brian McLaren and Richard Rohr join Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis Ph.D. of New York’s Middle Church for this special six-episode po…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, conclude the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy by reflecting on how these themes relate to the values of devotion, public virtue, and simplicity. The final conversation of this season enters the tension of how one embodies these themes and values out in persona…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, continue the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The seventh theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy leads us to union: Non-duality is the highest level of consciousness. Divine union not private perfection, is the goal of all healthy religion This final theme holds …
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, continue the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The sixth theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy introduces us to our primary teachers: The path of descent is the path of transformation. Darkness, failure, relapse, death, and woundedness are our primary teachers, r…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, continue the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The fifth theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy opens the door to everyone: The “separate self” is the major problem, not the shadow self which only takes deeper forms of disguise. There is a subtleness to this theme…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, continue the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The fourth theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy opens the door to everyone: Everything belongs. No one needs to be punished, scapegoated, or excluded. We cannot directly fight or separate ourselves from evil or untr…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stone, continue the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The third theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy reframes our perspective of reality: For those who see deeply there is only One Reality. By reason of the Incarnation, there is no truthful distinction between sacred an…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, continue the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The second theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy is foundational for understanding the remaining themes: If God is Trinity and Jesus is the face of God, then it is a benevolent universe. God is not someone to be afra…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner begin the journey through the 7 Themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. The first theme of the Alternative Orthodoxy is the methodology that formed the remaining themes: Scripture as validated by experience, and experience as validated by Tradition are good scales for one’s spiritual worl…
 
We are back for a fourth season! Richard Rohr is once again joined by Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson to walk together through the depths of conversation, personal stories, and life in the Universal Christ. This season focuses on the 7 themes of the Alternative Orthodoxy. In this introductory episode Richard unpacks what the Alternative Orthodoxy is, …
 
In this bonus episode we find Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner in dialogue without Richard Rohr. Recorded in the Fall 2019, Richard had to jettison to a meeting in Santa Fe and encouraged Brie and Paul to record a conversation without him on relationships, work, and parenting within the lens of the Universal Christ. This episode draws from the concrete…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, look deeply into the ‘and’ between action and contemplation. This final discussion of Season 3 gathers and threads all of the themes of previous episodes together. This episode invites listeners to risk stepping more fully into conscious participation with the Universal Christ in both…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, talk about the roles of awe and wonder play in the spiritual journey. This episode circles around the themes of creativity, music, humor, and the joy of mundanity in a Christ-soaked world. Visit cac.org/podcast to listen to season one of Another Name for Every Thing Visit universalchr…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, talk about how Christ is present in evolution and relational time. The focus threads through the distinction between deep time and linear time, not clinging to outcomes nor becoming passive to the urgent needs of the world, and practicing resurrection in our own lives. For more podcas…
 
In this bonus episode Richard, Brie, and Paul recorded their conversation remotely from the confines of their own homes during the pandemic COVID-19. This episode is the final installment of the three-part series on this pandemic as a global initiation. This episode focuses on the final three redemptive gifts of the initiation process. Join us in c…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, explore how one should relate with the emotions and feelings when they arise. Leaning into how contemplation can help cultivate a right relationship with our feelings and the selfhood below the surface, the dialogue focuses on forgiveness, healthy acceptance and detachment, and emotio…
 
In this bonus episode Richard, Brie, and Paul recorded their conversation remotely from the confines of their own homes during the pandemic COVID-19. This episode is a follow-up to ‘Our Global Initiation | Part One’ (where the theme focused on the five essential messages of initiation) and furthers those messages with the redemptive hope of each in…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, dig into the Franciscan roots that bear fruit for the current climate crisis. Drawing from the context of our planet’s fragility, the discussion forms around the Franciscan relational viewpoint with the bodies (planetary, human, and non-human), the role of lament, and embodying Franci…
 
We'd love to have your thoughts in mind as we think about future seasons, help us out by filling out this survey: anothernameforeverything.com -- In this bonus episode Richard, Brie, and Paul recorded their conversation remotely from the confines of their own homes during the pandemic COVID-19. This episode is the first of two on how reality is ini…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Paul Swanson and Brie Stoner, step into the quagmire of sin and evil. With a posture of humility and openness, the discussion circulates on the relationship between incarnation, failure, redemption, and systems of power. Visit cac.org/podcast to listen to season one of Another Name for Every Thing Visit universalc…
 
Typically Another Name for Every Thing is recorded months apart from it's actual release date on the grounds of the Center for Action and Contemplation. In light of the crisis facing our world with the pandemic, COVID-19, we are taking a break from airing Season 3 of Another Name for Every Thing to reflect on the reality around us. On March 20th, m…
 
Richard Rohr, in conversation with Brie Stoner and Paul Swanson, delve into the relationship between the personal and the universal through the lens of politics. Seeking to see from a Christ-soaked world perspective the discussion focuses on power, healing divisions, values, and personal and communal agency. Visit cac.org/podcast to listen to learn…
 
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