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Simple Advent Revisited: This Christmas Season, we welcome the Holy Family into our hearts and invite Jesus to help clear out whatever prevents us from living gently on the earth.
Simple Advent Revisited: Whether joining a local food or energy co-op, promoting public transportation or standing for justice, we have a responsibility to normalize simple living.
Simple Advent Revisited: Early Christians show us a model of how community can bring about true abundance, where resources were shared so no one lacked what was required to flourish.
Simple Advent Revisited: You're likely reading this on your computer or phone. But consider taking a tech sabbath as a way to make space for stillness and God.
Simple Advent Revisited: The average person in the United States owns over 300,000 items. Advent is a time to break our attachment to inconsequential things.
Simple Advent Revisited: As we enter this third week of Advent, how can you make space to rejoice and express gratitude for the gifts already present in your life?
Simple Advent Revisited: In this world, human beings live at each other's expense, and often hardships faced by the poor make possible the comfort of those who are not.
Simple Advent Revisited: We need to look at our patterns of consumption and reevaluate the ways we use that resource called money.
Simple Advent Revisited: As the sun sets, turn off the lights. Sit and stare at a candle. Read, pray, stretch, shower or do whatever it is that will help you unwind and slow down.
Simple Advent Revisited: Taking moments to intentionally pause during your day can invite you into a simpler way of living, and help us see what matters most in our lives.
Simple Advent Revisited: The weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas can become some of the busiest and most stressful of the year. Slowing things down can open space for the things that really matter.
Simple Advent Revisited: The Advent season is here again. How are you being called to simplify and live abundantly in preparation of the joyful hope of Christmas?