Christ in the “Torn Places,” with Christopher Morris, Catholic Theological College, Melbourne

January 15, 2024 00:42:10
Christ in the “Torn Places,” with Christopher Morris, Catholic Theological College, Melbourne
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Christ in the “Torn Places,” with Christopher Morris, Catholic Theological College, Melbourne

Jan 15 2024 | 00:42:10

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Show Notes

Christopher Morris is Head of the Department of Pastoral and Spiritual Studies and lecturer in Spirituality at Catholic Theological College in Melbourne, Australia. He is also a spiritual director and has been a Religious Education leader in Catholic education. Much of his scholarship has focused on the notion of “wisdom knowing” and practical ways to cultivate wholeness. In his recent work, these interests have him investigating what this may mean for survivors of trauma—what Chris calls “Christ in the torn places.”

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