Tag Archives: Gil Bailie

Listening to voices…from proximity to podcasts

For most of human history the only way one person could hear another person’s voice was to be within what was called ‘earshot’ of them. You had to be in close enough proximity to them to hear them. One can … Continue reading

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Episode 6: Resentment Part 2

The second and final part of a presentation Gil Bailie gave to the Foundation for Development and Cooperation in Brisbane, Australia in July, 2003. https://storage.cornerstone-forum.org/KFBG_06_Resentment2_podcast.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 56:56 — 22.9MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | … Continue reading

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Episode 5: Resentment Part 1

The first part of a presentation Gil Bailie gave to the Foundation for Development and Cooperation in Brisbane, Australia in July, 2003. https://storage.cornerstone-forum.org/KFBG_05_Resentment1_podcast.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 38:49 — 15.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | … Continue reading

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Episode 4: Emancipation from Radical Emancipation – The Apprehension of Personal Vocation through Liturgy and the Arts

Recorded November 12, 2011 at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture conference on Radical Emancipation: Confronting the Challenge of Secularism. This recorded session features presentations from the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology president, Fr. Michael Sweeney, OP, … Continue reading

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Gil Bailie Interviewed on The Patrick Coffin Show

  Recently Patrick Coffin released on YouTube and his website an interview with Gil Bailie recorded in the Fall of 2019. For those who know and follow our work the 80 minute interview offers a kind of primer as Patrick … Continue reading

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Free Revelation, and a Poetic entrée to Holy Week…

As an Easter gift to those who find our work of interest we are offering to everyone stopping by our website the opportunity to listen to an MP3 audio file of Gil Bailie’s Reflections on the Flannery O’Connor’s Short Story … Continue reading

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Feb 1st & 2nd at DSPT: The Role of the Laity in the Church

    Gil Bailie will be one of the featured speakers at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley at the 10th annual convocation of the College of Fellows held on Friday and Saturday February 1st and 2nd. … Continue reading

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What is Orthodoxy?

Gil Bailie reviews a recent release from Angelico Press: This is an immensely important work which has the potential of enriching and deepening the ecumenical conversation. The scholarly density of the text is regularly interrupted by almost breathtaking moments of … Continue reading

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Paradox

In the Gospel reading for Monday of the Second week of Advent Jesus heals a paralytic who has been lowered down through the ceiling of the crowded room where Our Lord has been teaching. It is a well-known story. Luke … Continue reading

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A Recent Review of God’s Gamble

It has been over two years since Gil Bailie’s book God’s Gamble: The Gravitational Power of Crucified Love was published by Angelico Press. In that period the book has been reviewed a number of times, most recently by Fr. Dwight … Continue reading

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