What is “New Monasticism”?

Beverly Lanzetta Interviews, Lectures, Meditations, Study

In a recent radio conversation, I was asked by the hosts to describe what I mean by “new monasticism.” Below is an excerpt of the first few minutes of the audio recording. If you would like to listen to the entire 50 minute conversation, press “play”.     ~Beverly   “BEDE Griffiths—Benedictine monk and Hindu-Christian …

Interfaith Contemplation: A Path That Shaped My Life

Beverly Lanzetta Interviews

“In the silence, there is a center where we can meet one another in the presence of God” –Beverly Lanzetta Background WATERtalks Feminist Conversations in Religion Series is a monthly meeting of minds, free and open to the public. For over five years, we have facilitated the sharing of great ideas, and enjoyed witnessing leading scholars and ministers …

An Interview with Beverly: Hosted by Kate Sheehan Roach from The Contemplative Journal

Beverly Lanzetta Interviews, Lectures

“It is our sacred duty to forge a global spirituality that is socially responsible and profoundly merciful.” –Beverly Lanzetta Listen to Kate Sheehan Roach’s insightful questions about Beverly’s work, her theology and her latest book, Nine Jewels of Night. They discuss Beverly’s writing, her experience of God breaking into her life, her incredible revelation and …

The Emerging Global Consciousness, Hosted by Andrea Mathews

Beverly Lanzetta Interviews

September 30, 2009 Hosted by Andrea Mathews Guest Information Beverly Lanzetta [View Guest Page] Episode Description There is definitely a shift taking place on a global level, a shift in which people are beginning to look inward for the answers to life’s basic and profound questions. Our guest today, Beverly Lanzetta, PhD, will help us …

Paving New Spiritual Trails

Beverly Lanzetta Interviews

Last month I had the pleasure to be interviewed by Rabbi Rami Shapiro on his show “How to Be a Holy Rascal”. Rabbi Rami asked me to talk about the mystical experience that opened my soul to a new path – a path devoted to unity and spiritual nonviolence. There are so many people who wish to live …