March 24, 2019: Third Sunday of Lent
Preaching for the Third Sunday of Lent, Kristin Heyer offers a reflection on standing on holy ground: "We don’t have to walk in the desert or witness a miraculous sight to recognize that we are standing on holy ground. As with Moses, God interrupts our ordinary lives, as well. We experience moments when something perceptibly shifts and we become aware of the sacred quality of the encounter."
Kristin E. Heyer is professor of theological ethics at Boston College. She serves as co-chair of the planning committee for Catholic Theological Ethics in the World Church, a global network that fosters connections within the world church. She has also served on the boards of the Catholic Theological Society of America, the Moral Traditions Series at Georgetown University Press, and the Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education. She received her B.A. from Brown University and her Ph.D. in theological ethics from Boston College.
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