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Celtic Christianity Today #1 Rev. Dr. George Cairns: Centering Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, Silent Prayer, Father Thomas Keating

Celtic Christianity Today #1 Rev. Dr. George Cairns discusses Centering Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, Silent Prayer and Father Thomas Keating (Photos by Greg Peterson) (Munising, Michigan) Rev. Dr. George Cairns of Chesterton, Indiana discusses Centering Prayer and the environmental crisis facing … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Today #2 Rev. Dr. George Cairns: Centering Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, Silent Prayer, Father Thomas Keating

Celtic Christianity Today #2 Rev. Dr. George Cairns discusses Centering Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, Silent Prayer and Father Thomas Keating (Photos by Greg Peterson) (Munising, Michigan) Rev. Dr. George Cairns of Chesterton, Indiana discusses Centering Prayer and the environmental crisis facing … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Today #3 Rev. Dr. George Cairns: Centering Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, Silent Prayer, Father Thomas Keating

Celtic Christianity Today #3 Rev. Dr. George Cairns discusses Centering Prayer, Contemplative Prayer, Silent Prayer and Father Thomas Keating (Photos by Greg Peterson) (Munising, Michigan) Rev. Dr. George Cairns of Chesterton, Indiana discusses Centering Prayer and the environmental crisis facing … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Homily: “Repent or the Time is Near” Part 1 by Rev. Dr. George Cairns

Celtic Christianity Today Two-Part Homily Repent or the Time is Near by Rev. Dr. George Cairns May 31, 2009 Bible Verses: Mark 16:15 John 1-5 Ephesians 1: 3-4 Ephesians 1: 9-10 (Valparaiso, Indiana) – Rev. Dr. George Cairns of Chesterton, … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Today Homily: “Repent or the Time is Near” Part 2 by Rev. Dr. George Cairns

Celtic Christianity Today Two-Part Homily Repent or the Time is Near by Rev. Dr. George Cairns May 31, 2009 Bible Verses: Mark 16:15 John 1-5 Ephesians 1: 3-4 Ephesians 1: 9-10 (Valparaiso, Indiana) – Rev. Dr. George Cairns of Chesterton, … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Homily “The Cost and Joy of Discipleship” by Rev. Dr. George Cairns

Celtic Christianity Today Homily “The Cost and Joy of Discipleship” by Rev. Dr. George Cairns (Valparaiso, Indiana) – Rev. Dr. George Cairns of Chesterton, Indiana delivers a Sunday homily entitled The Cost and Joy of Discipleship on May 3, 2009 … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Homily: The Goodness of Creation by Rev. Dr. George Cairns

Celtic Christianity Today Homily: “The Goodness of Creation” by Rev. Dr. George Cairns at Union Community Church in Valparaiso, Indiana (Valparaiso, Indiana) – Rev. Dr. George Cairns delivers the second of many Sunday homilies at the Union Community Church in … Continue reading

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Celtic Christianity Today Homily #1: Union Community Church, Valparaiso, IN

Turtle Island Project co-founder Rev. Dr. George Cairns delivers the first of several Sunday homilies at the Union Community Church in Valparaiso, Indiana. The homilies on Celtic Christianity take a look at several topics including the European roots of the … Continue reading

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Tillie Black Bear: Tribal domestic violence once punished by death

Tillie Black Bear: Tribal domestic violence was once punished by death http://youtu.be/eR3xVkStj3k Lakota family violence expert Tillie Black Bear says tribal domestic violence offenders paid for the crime with their life before Europeans settlers stole American Indian lands Tillie Black … Continue reading

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Tillie Black Bear: Her family, boarding schools & life on the Rosebud Reservation

Lakota Domestic Violence Activist Tillie Black Bear: Her family, growing up in the boarding school era, and life (then and now) on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota Near Lake Superior, Tillie Black Bear faces west while singing the … Continue reading

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