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April 3 and April 10, 2005 Guest - Sister Joan Chittister
Programs: God in a Flower and Living the Ordinary Life Extraordinarily Well
Listen to the April 3 program: MP3 | RealPlayer Stream
Listen to the April 10 program: MP3 | RealPlayer Stream

Sister Joan Chittister, a best-selling author and well-known lecturer. She joins
me to discuss some of the differences between religion and spirituality. We’ll visit about the role of memories in one’s personal faith journey, and we’ll converse about why ordinary living can be so complicated. I think you’ll enjoy the conversation.

Sister Joan is a Benedictine sister, from Erie, Pennsylvania, the founder and executive director of Benetvision: A resource and Research Center for Contemporary Spirituality. She is the author of some thirty books, most recently a work entitled, Called to Question: A Spiritual Memoir.

As you will discover, Joan Chittister has a tremendous gift for speaking with vigor and insight when it comes to matters of faith. She’s that kind of sharp thinker and lively individual we all want to be in the company of, hoping to absorb more of her contagious spirit.

Get more information on Sister Joan Chittister at www.benetvision.org

 

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