3 edition of The spirituality of hospitality found in the catalog.
The spirituality of hospitality
Beatus B. A. Kitururu
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-172).
|Statement||Beatus B.A. Kitururu.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||2009349951|
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Hostility to Hospitality is one of the first books of its kind to explore these hostilities threatening medicine and offer a path forward for the partnership of modern medicine and spirituality. Drawing from interdisciplinary scholarship including empirical studies, interviews, history and sociology, theology, and public policy, the authors /5(5).
In She Who Prays: An Interfaith Prayer Book, Jane Richardson Jensen and Patricia Harris-Watkins share a service of reconciliation that demonstrates the spiritual practice of hospitality.
This devotional practice illustrates the kind of bridge-building that can take place as a result of interfaith respect. Hostility to Hospitality Spirituality and Professional Socialization within Medicine Michael J.
Balboni and Tracy A. Balboni. The first book-length argument in more than a generation focused on solving the dilemma around the practice of medicine and the religion of patients as they face serious illness.
The Book of Ichigo Richie by Hector Garcia, Francese Miralles A top-drawer resource on a Japanese practice for being present in every moment and opportunity. The Big Book of Less by Irene Smit, Astrid Van Der Hulst Ways to add pleasure and play into our lives without adding more stuff.
Breathing as Spiritual Practice By Will Johnson. This thin book is a real gem. While the first part is academic, reviewing the history and spiritual traditions of hospitality, the message that emerges as it progresses is far broader.
The author eloquently embeds the act of hospitality into the whole of life: encouraging /5(6). Hospitality is an attitude of heart that opens us to others and receives them on their own terms.
Henri Nouwen speaks of hospitality as a move from hostility to friendship: “Hospitality, therefore, means primarily the creation of a free space where the stranger can enter and become a.
The spiritual practice of hospitality is a radical act that requires a new way of being for those of us who wish to practice it. It requires that we go beyond being nice and polite. It requires that we break unwritten rules governing polite social interaction: “Smile but don’t get too close.” “Don’t ask questions that might make you.
True hospitality is a spiritual practice, a religious practice. Like meditation or prayer, hospitality connects us with a deep truth and compassion that transcend our selves.
Our sense of isolation and individualism is an illusion that cuts us off from what is real, true, loving, and sacred in. Hostility to Hospitality. New faculty book reconciles medicine and spirituality.
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The spirituality of hospitality. by Joan Chittister. Benedictine spirituality [This reflection comes from Sr. Joan Chittister 's book The Monastery of the Heart. THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY GUIDE SERIES is to help you use spiritual practices to make your own life richer, fuller, and deeper.
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Lent in the Desert Podcast. Connecting the Dots of. Hospitality was the foundation of my family’s spirituality.” Hospitality is a word with a spiritual history, as a matter of fact. Benedict created a book of rules to live by, called The Rule of Benedict, which is used still today by many monasteries.
So “radical hospitality” is a term that rolls easily off the tongue—to Author: Marilyn Sewell. Setting the Table: The Transforming Power if Hospitality in Business by Danny Meyer When I first read this book that was written by CEO/Founder of Union Square Hospitality Group and Shake Shack, I.
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Get this from a library. Spirituality in contemporary hospitality: a practical theological approach. [Crystal Meletiou; University of Pretoria. Department of Practical Theology.] -- Previous research conducted on the topic of workplace spirituality seems to suggest that this concept refers to the personal religious orientations of workers and the principles and ethics they.
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– Author: Mike Wilkins. Spirituality, Hospitality, and Disability In welcoming persons with disabilities, whose lives are deeply shaped by this complex spirituality, the church may learn more about and enter more deeply into its distinctive vocation to lie "between the times," groaning with the whole creation, while also sharing in a foretaste of the age to come.
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Hospitality and Spiritual Direction 69 1. Spiritual direction, although a new and foreign concept in everyday African spirituality, is an acknowledged need and may be introduced through the model of hospitality as part of a personal deepening of godliness and holiness.
The innate emphasis on hospitality in African culture provides. Randall Sorenson’s book, Minding Spirituality, falls in this camp.
There is a spirit of compassion, understanding, curiosity, and intellectual depth and breadth that rises from the text. Sorenson’s book embodies the best of psychoanalytic respect and curiosity as well as liberal Protestant openness and hospitality to others. Spirituality is a broad concept with room for many perspectives.
In general, it includes a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves, and it typically involves a search for meaning in life. As such, it is a universal human experience—something that touches us all.
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It can be easy to feel so comfortable that we forget to be grateful or we ignore the kindness inherent in this gift.
Yet the most amazing part of this gift is that it is offered without any need for : Kelli Mahoney. Spirituality, Hospitality Ascension Episcopal Church Ma 1 Christianity- Britain and Celtic Inﬂuence Church of England Vs Roman Church 2 Spirituality British, Celtic church sent missionaries to Scotland, Wales, Ireland, low country, Germany and eventua!y Ukraine Overtime, the Roman mission of the South met the Celtic Church "om the.
spirituality of the contemporary hospitality industry is a spirituality of dissonance and unhappiness. Though both the front-stage world and the back-stage world are part of the contemporary hospitality setting, the constructions of these worlds are unique.
This study aims to. St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute is pleased to welcome Brother John of Taizé in January We invite you to join us for one of several opportunities to learn about the hospitality and spirituality of the Taize community from Brother John.
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I have learned so much from each of them about the pillars of Benedictine spirituality –work and prayer, silence, listening, hospitality, stability, conversion of life and obedience.
Last weekend we had a family reunion to celebrate one of my favorite monk’s Golden Jubilee, or 50 years of the monastic profession. Hospitality St. Benedict left us very clear directives on monastic hospitality in his 6th century Rule for Monasteries. In his Chapter on The Reception of Guests he instructs; ‘All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ, for he himself will.
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