Kevin Burns

Ottawa-based author and editor, Kevin Burns is a frequent contributor to igNation. His latest book, Impressively Free – Henri Nouwen as a Model for a Reformed Priesthood and co-authored with Michael W. Higgins, has just been released by Paulist Press in the United States and by Novalis in Canada.


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    In this Resilience Reimagine series I have presented musical examples of resilience, music of survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Music for survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Much of it, from a sideways perspective. ...

    In this Resilience Reimagine series I will present musical examples of resilience, music of survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Music for survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Much of it, from a sideways perspective. ...

    In this Resilience Reimagine series I will present musical examples of resilience, music of survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Music for survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Much of it, from a sideways perspective. ...

    In this Resilience Reimagine series I will present musical examples of resilience, music of survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Music for survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Much of it, from a sideways perspective. ...

    In this Resilience Reimagine series I will present musical examples of resilience, music of survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Music for survival, endurance, meditation, and thanksgiving. Much of it, from a sideways perspective. ...

    “Do You See What I See.” is a new series. Contributors were invited to ask the question “Do You See What I See?” and apply it one of their favourite saints in a way that explains “why” this particular member of that great community is the one they return to time after time. Readers are encouraged to submit their own “Do You See What I See?” article for posting in igNation....

    "Open any book about Merton, his life, his thoughts, his influence, his mysticism, and on and on, and the chances are that the introduction or foreword will be written by Brother Patrick Hart."....

    "'Walking (praying) “liberates thought. During that continuous but automatic effort of the body, the mind is placed at one’s disposal. It is then that thought can arise, surface or take shape.'"...

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