A Conversation with Beverly, hosted by Roger Housden

Beverly Lanzetta Lectures

“We are in an emerging spiritual situation, in our inner lives, the world at large and our social institutions…[This] new emerging consciousness has a global foundation…and is a way of looking into the spiritual life [that] delves deeply into principles of consciousness.” -Beverly Lanzetta A conversation with Beverly Lanzetta, hosted by Roger Housden from the …

The Multireligious Quest of the Christian Sannyasa

Beverly Lanzetta Lectures

“I believe that the only really valid thing that can be accomplished in the direction of world peace and unity at the moment is the preparation of the way by the formation of men/people who, isolated, perhaps not accepted or understood by any “movement,” are able to unite in themselves and experience in their own lives all …

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 Heart of Faith in a Multi-Religious World

Beverly Lanzetta Lectures

This podcast is from a lecture I presented in March 2009 on “The Emerging Heart of Faith in a Multi-Religious World,” sponsored by the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, World Mission Institute, and Chicago Center for Global Ministries. The lecture speaks about the importance of reimagining our world to hold all religions and spiritual …

Inner Monastery Meditation

Beverly Lanzetta Lectures, Practice

If you have already listened to this month’s podcast, you have heard my Inner Monastery Meditation. For this month’s discernment, I have recorded just the meditation in the hopes that it will help you find that singular path. Below is one of my favorite prose poems from Thomas Merton (I read in the podcast). May …