Posts Tagged ‘fr joe scerbo’

The Gift of Suffering

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Fr. Joe shares his humanity—his courage and his faith, as he tells us about the gift he is able to find in his battle with cancer.


Living in a Task Garden

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Fr Joe talks about how the beauty he finds in the world can be a source of healing and hope.


A Cancer Journey

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Father Joe Scerbo shares his cancer journey.


Beauty – The Journey (10)

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Experiencing beauty calls us further into itself, and it leads us deeper into love and gratitude and a sense of meaning in our lives; we need to reclaim it.


Beauty – A Sense of Place (9)

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Beauty is related to our capacity to perceive it through our senses; we can find it wherever we are, if we pay attention.


Beauty in Brokenness (8)

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Beauty can often be disturbing and challenging.


Beauty and Perfection (7)

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Beauty is not always pretty; perfection can be superficial. We need look more deeply to find true beauty.


Beauty and Darkness (6)

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Beauty can be disturbing, and it is not always associated with morality. But the way we live —our life itself— can become a path to beauty.


Beauty Awakens Us (5)

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This segment of Beauty – Exploring the Mystery studies the way beauty can awaken us and enrich our lives.


Beauty-Pleasure (4)

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This segment of Beauty-Exploring the Mystery looks at the way pleasure is related to our experience of beauty. It also explores the idea of beauty and transcendence.


Beauty-Affects Us (3)

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An exploration into the way beauty affects us. The third segment in the Beauty series.


Good, True, Beautiful

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Father Joseph M. Scerbo, S.A., Ph.D., talks about the nature of beauty and how experiencing it gives us a vivid sense of the presence of something good and true in the world.


Beauty, Silence and Finding Home

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A Tribute to Nelson Mandela

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Fr, Joe Scerbo reads his favorite quote from Nelson Mandela.