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The Rev. Professor Sarah Coakley and Fr. Luigi Gioia discuss 'The Spirituality of the Rule of Benedict: Mutual "Listening" to God and the Building of Transformative Communities'. This is the fourth and final session on 'Deepening Prayer in a Time of Pandemic and Social Unrest', held via webinar at Church of the Ascension and St. Agnes, Washington D…
 
The Rev. Professor Sarah Coakley and Fr. Martin Laird, OSA discuss 'The Problem of Negative "Thoughts" in Prayer According to the Desert Tradition: Approaching Sickness through the Lens of Deepened Prayer'. This is the third of four sessions on 'Deepening Prayer in a Time of Pandemic and Social Unrest', held via webinar at Church of the Ascension a…
 
The Rev. Professor Sarah Coakley discusses 'The Desert Fathers and Mothers: Rediscovering the Early Monastic Tradition and Its Surprising Application to Today's Crises'. This is the second of four sessions on 'Deepening Prayer in a Time of Pandemic and Social Unrest', held via webinar at Church of the Ascension and St. Agnes, Washington DC. If you …
 
Fr. Martin Smith and the Rev. Dr. Sarah Coakley discuss beginning prayer again in the midst of crisis. This is the first of four sessions on 'Deepening Prayer in a Time of Pandemic and Social Unrest', held via webinar at Church of the Ascension and St. Agnes, Washington DC. If you would like more information about the School of Theology and Prayer,…
 
The fourth session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington DC. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an a…
 
The third session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington DC. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an as…
 
The second session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an…
 
The first session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. We had some issues with audio during the first 20 minutes or so. There may be some moments where a word or phrase is unclear, particularly between 15-17 minutes in. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sara…
 
The third session of ‘Challenging themes for Lent’, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Taught by: Dr. A. Katherine Grieb, Meade Professor of Biblical Interpretation at Virginia Theological Seminary. Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at th…
 
The second session of ‘Challenging themes for Lent’, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Taught by: Dr. Nicholas Lombardo, OP. Dominican House of Studies and Faculty of Theology, Catholic University of America. Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Prof…
 
The first session of ‘Challenging themes for Lent’, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams responds to questions from Sarah Coakley as he discusses his book Christ the Heart of Creation (2018). Taught by: +Rowan Williams is the 104th Ar…
 
The second of two Epiphany sessions on prayer, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. In this session, we turn to the issue of temptation and disturbance in prayer, and to the ordering of desires that prayer engenders. We will focus on the gospel Temptation narratives (in anticipati…
 
The first of two Epiphany sessions on prayer, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an ass…
 
The fourth session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by: Dr. David Elliot. Elliot is an Assistant Professor of Moral Theology/Ethics at Catholic University of America, and is author of the book Hope and Christian Ethics (Cambridge, 2017). Rev'd…
 
The third session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an ass…
 
The second session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by the Rev. Dr. Katherine Sonderegger. Sonderegger holds the William Meade Chair in Systematic Theology at Virginia Theological Seminary.
 
The first session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and S Agnes as an assist…
 
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