Posts Tagged ‘Colleen Dulle’

Devotion to Mary is something I never understood, then …

Thursday, May 18th, 2023
devotion to mary

My relationship with Mary, like that of many women, is complicated. Mary embodies some of my most deeply held values. As a young, poor woman from Galilee, she represents how God chose to enter into human existence in the most radically humble way. Her “Magnificat” is one of the most powerful passages in the Gospels. Read more

Reconciling good and evil of Jean Vanier?

Monday, February 24th, 2020
Colleen Dulle

I keep a photo of Jean Vanier on my desk. It is painful to look at today. I’ve written almost completely uncritically about the founder of L’Arche several times at America: I called him a “revered spiritual master and prophetic voice” whose messages “always bear repeating” in a review of his last book; I wrote Read more