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Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience.

The future belongs to those who give the next generation reason for hope.

Growing old is like being increasingly penalized for a crime you haven’t committed.

Reach beyond your grasp. Your goals should be grand enough to get the best of you.

Our duty, as men and women, is to proceed as if limits to our ability did not exist. We are collaborators in creation.

Above all trust in the slow work of God. Only God could say what this new spirit gradually forming within you will be. Give our Lord the benefit of believing that His hand is leading you, and accept the anxiety of feeling yourself in suspense and incomplete.

Remain true to yourself but move ever upward toward greater consciousness and greater love! At the summit you will find yourselves united with all those who, from every direction, have made the same ascent. For everything that rises must converge.

The age of nations has passed. Now, unless we wish to perish, we must shake off our old prejudices and build the Earth. The more scientifically I regard the world, the less can I see any possible biological future for it except in the active consciousness of its unity.

Teilhard de Chardin’s Cosmic Christology and Christian Cosmology – 1:25
The Spirit of Truth vs The Spirit of Teilhard de Chardin – 20:00
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin: Dr. Charles Ashanin – 6:07
Teilhard de Chardin – His Life and Work – 18:02
The Phenomenon of Man
Teilhard De Chardin – 8:10
Ilia Delio: Teillard’s Evolution and the Body of Christ – 48:04
Ilia Delio–Evolution, a Christian Perspective – 8:26
Slow Work of God – Teilhard de Chardin – 1:34
The Divine Milieu
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Karl Rahner

Big Ideas – 3:11 
The Christology of Karl Rahner – 27:44
The Core of Karl Rahner’s Theology – 4:57
The Christian of the Future – 1:44
Karren Kilby on Karl Rahner – 9:19
Which Type of Theologian Are You? – 7:58
Why study Karl Rahner, with Karen Kilby – 12:07 
It’s a Grace-Full Life – 4:35
Ignatian Spirituality and Mindfulness in Rahner – 12:45
Karl Rahner  – 22:21
A Wider Hope in Karl Rahner’s Theology – 16:31
The Christian of the Future 1:44
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Hans urs von Balthasar

Part 1 Bishop Barron – 12:22
Part 1 Karen Kilby- 8:27
Beauty in the Tradition D.C. Schindler – 38:31
Part 2 Bishop Barron – 12:36
Part 2 Karen Kilby – 10:11
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Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI

“Sanctity has to do with gratitude. To be a saint is to be fueled by gratitude, nothing more and nothing less.”

“Every choice is a thousand renunciations. To choose one thing is to turn one’s back on many others.”

“Faith is not a question of basking in the certainty that there is a God and that God is taking care of us. Many of us are never granted this kind of assurance. Certitude is not the real substance of faith. Faith is a way of seeing things.”

“We prepare to die by pushing ourselves to love less narrowly. In that sense, readying ourselves for death is really an ever-widening entry into life.”

“The incarnation began with Jesus and it has never stopped . . . God takes on flesh so that every home becomes a church, every child becomes the Christ-child, and all food and drink become a sacrament. God’s many faces are now everywhere, in flesh, tempered and turned down, so that our human eyes can see him.”

On the Mystically Driven Life – 19:02
Walking in Light and Darkness – 1:00:19
Prayer: Lifting Mind and Heart to God – 9:32
How to Truly Love Yourself – 57:59
Creating Sabbath Space – 8:42
The Passion of Christ – 8:26
Ron Rolheiser: The Cross of Christ 4:53
The Holy Longing: The Search for a Christian Spirituality
Henri Nouwen: A Saint for the Complex – 1:01:01
Why is God Hidden – 9:04
Compassion is Leaving Judgement to God – 9:32
Adam and Eve – 16:53
The Cross of Christ – 4:53
The Incarnation: Keeping God in the Flesh – 5:19
Ron Rolheiser: Cross of Christ Part 2 5:15
Ron Rolheiser: The Passion of Christ 8:26
Sacred Fire: A Vision for a Deeper Human and Christian Maturity

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Hans Kung

Catholicism heading back to Middle Ages – 7:55
Can Catholics Read Hans Kung? – 16:54
Celebrating the life of Hans Kung – 1:34:15
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Peter Kreeft

Would a loving God allow evil and suffering? – 34:44
Authority of the Catholic Church – 38:46
10 Lies of Contemporary Culture – 19:07
1 Book all Catholics Should Read: Pascal – 13:04
7 Reasons Why Everyone Should Be Catholic – 1:06:10
Socrates Meets Jesus – 19:57
On Mercy and Justice – 1:35:13
What Catholics and Protestants Can Learn from Each Other – 23:17
On the Existence of God – 42:12
Dr Peter Kreeft’s conversion to Catholicism – 20:27
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Rene Girard

Explains Mimetic Desire – 2:12
Rene Girard on Peter’s Denial – 10:12 
Bishop Barron on René Girard – 9:43