Mary Sharon Moore (email@example.com) is a writer, retreat facilitator, and spiritual director based in Eugene, Oregon, and is an active member of St. Thomas More University Parish in Eugene.
<a href=”http://westbynorthwest.org/artman/publish/article_433.shtml”>Franny and Zooey and the Unitive Mystery</a>
“As Teacher, Jesus taught not only with words but with the example of his life, and reveals to us the nature of this One who draws us into relationship: God, who is love and nothing else, is worthy of this total outpouring of self, and worthy of the trust it takes to do it. Is kenosis, then, a purely Christian thing? No, it is a profoundly human and therefore godly thing, always rightly done in the context of love and for the sake of love.” Spiritual director and teacher Mary Sharon Moore shares her thoughts on the “celebration of our diverse ways of being to a deeper unity at the level of soul–soul of the individual self and soul of the larger social self.”