angel Kyodo williams, author, activist, and master trainer, offers an exercise to remind us and root us in what matters most.
Sister Joan Chittister encourages us to consider the four steps of major transformative change when culture is in chaos and society is in upheaval.
Sister Joan Chittister, one of the most articulate religious leaders of our time, explains the need for the redemption of religious institutions, and why she chose to advocate for women's equality and unity from within the Catholic church.
Elizabeth Lesser, cofounder of Omega Institute and the Omega Women’s Leadership Center (OWLC), makes a case for a society that incorporates the full range of human intelligences, with a focus on the benefits of emotional and spiritual...
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers are tribal elders from across the world. Members of the council speak here about the importance of education, prayer, healing and taking action to bear witness to the past and future...
Sister Joan Chittister traces the arc of social change between the 1960's and the early 2000's, offering a new social perspective and paradigm.
Joan Halifax Roshi, Zen Buddhist priest, author, and founder of the Ojai Foundation and Upaya Zen Center, describes the two "streams" of socially engaged Buddhism.
Marcia Ann Gillespie, author, editor, and activist, describes the spiritual context that runs through all her work and relationships.
Sister Joan Chittister explains why we need all generations to being new points of view to bear on old world views to meet new needs.
Omega: How can the second agreement, “Don’t take anything personally,” be useful for us when it comes to family members and friends?
don Miguel Jr.: My father taught me that I’m responsible to the tips of...