Reflections on persons and events which relate to shaping contemporary spirituality. Reflections also on the interrelationship between religion and science, ecology, economy, and the ecumenical movement.
About the AuthorJoseph Neiman
padrej Paw Paw, MI
Fr. Joseph Neiman is an Episcopal (Anglican) priest in the Diocese of Western Michigan, a writer and a photographer. He served as editor of the diocesan newspaper for 32 counties for many years, and has had photographs and writings published in numerous religious and secular newspapers and magazines. He has published several Blurb photobooks, a book on religious education, and is currently researching a book on the historical Jesus..
Publish Date December 06, 2010
Category Religion & Spirituality
Tags Liturgy, poetry, ecumenism, ecology, Navajo, worship, spirituality, ritual, icons, Lakota, Fr. Joseph Neiman, Nikolaj Velimirovich and religious poetry., Wounded Knee, Black Madonna, Einsiedeln Switzerland, church seasons, Thomas Berry, Alfred Stiernotte, Quinnipiac University, Stanley Romaine Hopper, Dawn Boy, Joseph Campbell, Filmer S C Northrop, Alan Watts, Black Elk, Juliet Hollister, Temple of Understanding, Lame Deer, St Patrick., Fr. Dick Adams