Blood Sport in “The Lonesome West”

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AstonRep Theatre Company’s production of "The Lonesome West", a dark comedy by award winning playwright Martin McDonagh, focuses on two brothers locked in endless bickering, sniping, and torment. While set in the Irish town of Leenane, the show provides Americans a glimpse of the pettiness infecting our current civic discourse states Suzanne Ross. Join her on October 28 for the matinee and post show discussion with members of the cast.

The Homeless Angel

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An alarm malfunctions with a mechanical certainty that insists on a course of action, even though it's wrong. Robert Koehler finds a metaphor in this for fears that keep us locked in wars and distrust of each other as he encounters a homeless woman.

"Woke" to a New Reformation: The Razor’s Edge of “Identity Politics” as the Way to “Truth and Reconciliation”

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Many people decry "identity politics." Rev. Paul Nuechterlein sees their potential as a tool for diagnosing cultural inequities and healing tribalism.

Nirvana and Eternal Life: Exploring Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism

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Solomon said attachments were meaningless. Jesus preached about eternal life. The Buddha sought Nirvana. What can we learn from these three spiritual masters? Join Adam Ericksen as he explores the spiritual practice of detachment in Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism.

James Alison Discusses the Catholic Church and Clergy Abuse

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Pope Francis' recent acceptance of the resignation of Cardinal Wuerl, archbishop of Washington, D.C., once again places the Catholic Church in the spotlight. Gay Catholic priest and theologian, James Alison, discusses with refreshing clarity the political, ethical and ecclesial ramifications of the growing legal investigations into the Catholic Church.

The Urgency Of Love In A Dying World

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Twelve years. That’s all the time we have. That’s all…
October 19, 2018

Blood Sport in “The Lonesome West”

AstonRep Theatre Company’s production of "The Lonesome West", a dark comedy by award winning playwright Martin McDonagh, focuses on two brothers locked in endless bickering, sniping, and torment. While set in the Irish town of Leenane, the show provides Americans a glimpse of the pettiness infecting our current civic discourse states Suzanne Ross. Join her on October 28 for the matinee and post show discussion with members of the cast.
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October 16, 2018

Nirvana and Eternal Life: Exploring Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism

Solomon said attachments were meaningless. Jesus preached about eternal life. The Buddha sought Nirvana. What can we learn from these three spiritual masters? Join Adam Ericksen as he explores the spiritual practice of detachment in Judaism, Christianity, and Buddhism.
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October 18, 2018

The Homeless Angel

An alarm malfunctions with a mechanical certainty that insists on a course of action, even though it's wrong. Robert Koehler finds a metaphor in this for fears that keep us locked in wars and distrust of each other as he encounters a homeless woman.
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September 21, 2018

Bert And Ernie Need Not Be Officially Gay. But Someone On Sesame Street Should Be.

"Sesame Street" is uniquely positioned to shape children's understanding of welcome and inclusion. It's about time they had officially gay characters, and though some make the rainbow connection through Bert and Ernie, that's not enough, says Lindsey Paris-Lopez.
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