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