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  • Blog
    Tue, 26 May 2015
    Demilitarizing Law Enforcement

    Over Memorial Day weekend, I spent considerable time following events in Cleveland, the place I used to call home, in light of Officer Michael Brelo’s acquittal in the deaths of two unarmed African Americans, Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams, who were shot to death back in November of 2012. These events, coupled with the fact... more...

  • Blog
    Thu, 21 May 2015
    ArticleInsights on Insight

    We recently had the opportunity to premiere a portion of our new TE’A piece, There’s Something About America (TSAA) to a very special audience on the West Coast at The 30th Annual Fallon Memorial Lonergan Symposium at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Our audience was composed of Lonergan professors and... more...

  • Blog
    Mon, 11 May 2015
    From Judgment to Curiosity

    The tragic and relentless litany of violent headlines from across the country that depict conflicts between police and community members continues unabated, most recently in the killing of two officers in Hattiesburg, MS last weekend. Whether this spate of killings represents an actual spike in violence and civil disrespect or indicates... more...

  • Blog
    Mon, 11 May 2015
    Article30 Do’s and Don’ts for Covering Muslims and...

    Friends: At our Leadership Council meeting on April 16, we had an intense and spirited discussion about how religious intolerance has fueled prejudice, violence and fear both in the US and on the global stage. One realization that emerged from the meeting was how, in America, many non-Muslims—even among the enlightened folks who... more...

  • Blog
    Mon, 27 Apr 2015
    ArticleSurprised by Beauty

    I recently attended the annual Lonergan Conference at the West Coast Methods Institute at Loyola Marymount University in LA.  The conference is dedicated to Bernard Lonergan's philosophy of consciousness and tends to draw scores of Lonergan scholars from all over North America. As has happened in previous years, I found myself... more...

  • Blog
    Mon, 27 Apr 2015
    Can LGBTQ victories inspire paths to peace in the...

    After more than a month away recovering from hip replacement surgery, I was grateful to return to Intersections with renewed vigor to re-engage some of today's most difficult issues in our ongoing efforts to build a just world, united in diversity. One of the first events I attended upon my return was our Leadership Council meeting,... more...

  • Blog
    Wed, 8 Apr 2015
    ArticleSea Change

    When Vieve recently approached me about sharing a bit of my experience regarding Insight theory and my life, my initial reaction was “where do I even begin? It changed everything.” After a few days of mulling over how best to express the massive impact on me, I decided I would focus upon my assimilation of Insight into my... more...

  • Blog
    Mon, 23 Mar 2015
    ArticleMovement Iconography for There's Something About...

    In a previous blog, I wrote about some of the artistic elements we are employing in the creation of There's Something About America, including music and movement. Here is a short video capturing the Company working with what we are calling "Loop" choreography. The movement suggests the figure of the Insight Loop. The Loop... more...

  • Blog
    Tue, 10 Feb 2015
    Valentine’s Day and The Actual Dance

    Though it is a relatively minor holiday, seeing Valentine’s Day circled on my calendar serves as a reminder of valuable thoughts to share. This month also marked the end of my friend and colleague Sam Simon’s winter performance schedule of The Actual Dance, the very personal, autobiographical account of his physical,... more...

  • Blog
    Wed, 21 Jan 2015
    The Word of the Lord Was Rare in Those Days

    During the period of the Judges in Israel’s history, Israelite tribes formed a loose confederation. No central government existed and the people were led by ad hoc chieftains known as Judges. According to the Hebrew Scripture, it was a time when “the word of God was rare in those days.” (1 Samuel 3:1) I am reminded... more...

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