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Catholicism and Buddhism – Clearing Up the Confusion

February 28, 2015 by  
Filed under Buddhism & Zen, Can I Trust?, Dan Burke


There is much confusion and misinformation in our time regarding the compatibility of Buddhism and Catholicism. Dr. Clark is both a faithful Catholic and a Chinese scholar (he reads Chinese fluently), his work is well researched, solid, trustworthy, and charitable. Joined with Carl Olson, an excellent theologian, there is no better combination of authors to shed light on this important topic. We are... Read More

Can I Trust? Series: Faithful to the Church?

January 29, 2013 by  
Filed under Can I Trust?, Dan Burke, New Age, PseudoSpirituality

Can I Trust? Series Faithful to the Church? Editor's Note:  We get many questions in regards to whether or not popular authors, or organizations, are faithful to the Church, her teachings and her Magisterium, and whether or not they should be read and/or followed.  It is a wise person who asks!  So, in a way, this listing of posts has been inspired by you, the readers.  The following is an index... Read More

Spiritual Direction – A Bishop’s Perspective – Part II of III

February 9, 2010 by  
Filed under Dan Burke, Spiritual Direction

Spiritual Directors

Bishop's Perspective on Spiritual Direction (Part II of III) Editor's Note: In Part I, Bishop Mansour introduced the concept of spiritual direction.  In today's post, he will briefly explore the purpose of spiritual direction. The idea of spiritual direction is a monastic idea; it began with the desert fathers and continues in the Church as a spiritual form of mentoring. It is not a magic pill to... Read More

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