Life is painful. Period. But are there some aspects of our faith or our posture toward the world that can change how we experience it?
Father Richard Rohr is everyone’s favorite preacher of love. Love for each other. Love from God.
In this conversation, Kate and Richard talk about:
How great love and great suffering can move us into a new stage of life
The spirituality of subtraction
Making room for mystery of joy and suffering
His secret to staying present to God
Together, might we all learn when to hold on and when to let go.
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In this special episode, Kate visited the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, at Lambeth Palace in London.
In this funny and poignant conversation, the Archbishop and Kate discuss:
Why sometimes we feel God’s love (or don’t)
How to pray when you have run out of words (he gives us...
How is it that joy and pain seem to coexist at once? Susan Cain (author of the bestseller Quiet) explores this question in her new book, Bittersweet.
In this conversation, Kate and Susan discuss:
How we are literally hardwired for compassion
Susan’s advice for pushing back against compassion...