Part 1: Richard Rohr on "Christianity and the Re-Emergence of the Non-Dual Mind"

Season 1 Episode 18 54:07 November 22, 2021

Rohr Talk Photo

We are hard at work on season 2! While you await new episodes, we thought that you would enjoy another conversation that Fr. Dan had with Richard Rohr, the renowned Franciscan priest, author, and spiritual teacher. Fr. Richard came to visit us at the University of Notre Dame campus and spoke before a live audience at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

We will release the second half of the conversation, in which Richard answers questions from the audience, next week.

Thank you for listening! We want to thank Fr. Richard Rohr for joining us, as well as Lauren Fox and John Groden for producing. We would also like to thank Tom Schreier, Emily Turner, and Ashley Baranowski of the Inspired Leadership Initiative for coordinating the event, as well as the staff of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center and ND Studios for hosting and recording the conversation. We would also like to thank Michael Poffenberger, the Executive Director of Richard’s Center for Action and Contemplation, for collaborating and visiting us at Notre Dame.

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"When did Jesus ever tell you that you had a right to certitude? Find me the quote, please. In fact, what he praised even more than love, was faith. Where you know enough, and you know that God is good, so that you can live without knowing everything. That creates humble religion. Dualistic thinking creates…arrogant religion."

— Fr. Richard Rohr