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podcasts on spirituality, social justice, and stewardship

Latest Episodes

Aging Mindfully, episode 2: Do “biological markers” make us lose our identity?

One way to measure the various stages we travel through from birth to advanced age is the use of “biological markers.” The expression is a convenient way to determine what is expected biologically from one stage of life to another. The “markers” for the elderly of our society paint a not-so-rosy picture. The “golden years” […]

-1 s2013 SEP 23
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Aging Mindfully, episode 2: Do “biological markers” make us lose our identity?

Aging Mindfully

Welcome to Aging Mindfully. These podcasts present an interdisciplinary dialogue between George Simms and Foster McCurley on opportunities and challenges connected with aging. George Simms has a special interest in the moral dimensions of medical decision making and the integration of the biological, psychological and spiritual aspects of aging. George has prepared himself well for […]

-1 s2013 APR 20
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Aging Mindfully

Building Foundations: Fair Trade at Work

Download or listen to Whose We Are, episode 4: Building Foundations. My guest for this podcast is Yousaf Chaman, the director of the Oriental Rug Program at Ten Thousand Villages, the largest fair trade organization in North America. A native of Lahore, Pakistan, Yousaf has spent many years learning first-hand from skilled artisans about the […]

-1 s2009 AUG 10
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Building Foundations: Fair Trade at Work

Spirituality with Melanie Taormina

Listen to or download Whose We Are, episode 3: Taize Spirituality with Melanie Taormina. It is a delight to have as my guest for this interview on spirituality, Melanie Taormina. Melanie lives, works, and worships in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She is training to be a certified spiritual director in the contemplative tradition. While living in Pittsburgh, […]

-1 s2009 MAY 28
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Spirituality with Melanie Taormina

Lots of Love and Locks

Locks of Love Download or listen to Whose We Are, episode 2: Lots of Love and Locks. In March, 2009, our nine-year-old granddaughter, Corinne, surrendered 10 inches of her blond hair to Locks of Love. I interviewed her to give her the opportunity to speak about the organization and what it does for people. She […]

-1 s2009 APR 21
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Lots of Love and Locks

Work: Divine and Human

Listen to or download Whose We Are, episode 1: Work: Divine and Human God reaches out to us with unconditional love and sends us into the world to love our neighbors. In the world, we have more than six billion neighbors. The form that neighbor love takes in such a world is justice. According to […]

-1 s2009 APR 1
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Work: Divine and Human
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Latest Episodes

Aging Mindfully, episode 2: Do “biological markers” make us lose our identity?

One way to measure the various stages we travel through from birth to advanced age is the use of “biological markers.” The expression is a convenient way to determine what is expected biologically from one stage of life to another. The “markers” for the elderly of our society paint a not-so-rosy picture. The “golden years” […]

-1 s2013 SEP 23
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Aging Mindfully, episode 2: Do “biological markers” make us lose our identity?

Aging Mindfully

Welcome to Aging Mindfully. These podcasts present an interdisciplinary dialogue between George Simms and Foster McCurley on opportunities and challenges connected with aging. George Simms has a special interest in the moral dimensions of medical decision making and the integration of the biological, psychological and spiritual aspects of aging. George has prepared himself well for […]

-1 s2013 APR 20
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Aging Mindfully

Building Foundations: Fair Trade at Work

Download or listen to Whose We Are, episode 4: Building Foundations. My guest for this podcast is Yousaf Chaman, the director of the Oriental Rug Program at Ten Thousand Villages, the largest fair trade organization in North America. A native of Lahore, Pakistan, Yousaf has spent many years learning first-hand from skilled artisans about the […]

-1 s2009 AUG 10
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Building Foundations: Fair Trade at Work

Spirituality with Melanie Taormina

Listen to or download Whose We Are, episode 3: Taize Spirituality with Melanie Taormina. It is a delight to have as my guest for this interview on spirituality, Melanie Taormina. Melanie lives, works, and worships in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She is training to be a certified spiritual director in the contemplative tradition. While living in Pittsburgh, […]

-1 s2009 MAY 28
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Spirituality with Melanie Taormina

Lots of Love and Locks

Locks of Love Download or listen to Whose We Are, episode 2: Lots of Love and Locks. In March, 2009, our nine-year-old granddaughter, Corinne, surrendered 10 inches of her blond hair to Locks of Love. I interviewed her to give her the opportunity to speak about the organization and what it does for people. She […]

-1 s2009 APR 21
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Lots of Love and Locks

Work: Divine and Human

Listen to or download Whose We Are, episode 1: Work: Divine and Human God reaches out to us with unconditional love and sends us into the world to love our neighbors. In the world, we have more than six billion neighbors. The form that neighbor love takes in such a world is justice. According to […]

-1 s2009 APR 1
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Work: Divine and Human
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