Episode 2: Incarnation: Experiencing God all ways (21 min.)
"If we believe in Infleshment, then we see God not as other worldly, as separate, as different, but rather as of this world," Fr. Ed Hays tells Tom Fox. "The smell of burning leaves, an evergreen, a turkey in the oven ... Isn't that the smell of God? Doesn't God taste like pizza, a good steak, salmon?"
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More about Fr. Ed Hays
Ed Hays has been a priest in the Kansas City, Kan., archdiocese since 1958. He is the founder and long-term director of Shantivanam, a Midwest center for contemplative prayer whose name means Forest of Peace in Sanskrit. He has also worked as chaplain of the state penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan. He has made extensive pilgrimages in the near east, the holy land and India. Today he continues his ministries as a counselor, a writer and a painter.
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