Spiritual Community was the Coffee Talk of the April 2013 Coffee Talk.Read More »
On April 6, at our monthly Coffee Talk, we gathered at Revel 77 Coffee to discuss the concept of spiritual community.Read More »
On Saturday Spokane Faith & Values held its fourth Coffee Talk, this time at Revel 77 Coffee.
A big thanks to those who showed up — 32 people — including the four panelists, the Rev. Jim CastroLang, Skyler Oberst, Dr. Pearce Fujiura and Annie May Brown.Read More »
On Saturday Spokane Faith & Values panelists will join our readers in a discussion about spiritual community.
What is spiritual community?Read More »
Although community is a crucial aspect of any religious experience, it can be taken too seriously and put the personal relationship with the divine at risk. I can only speak of my own Roman Catholic experience in this matter and share with you two areas in which Catholics need to exercise caution in balancing community and the personal.Read More »
My life as a Roman Catholic hinges upon being a part of a community of believers. Indeed, Christianity in general is a religion for a group of people as is most organized religion. I think that is the “organized” part of religion — people share their beliefs through public rituals and shared symbols. When I consider my life with God I can see it in two parts, the personal and the public.Read More »