In answer to the persistence of technology, Giallardetz calls for a contemporary Christian spirituality marked by the search for God in our daily engagements and an asceticism that cultivates the paschal rhythms of life and death. These are cultivated, say Gaillardetz, by the distinctive practices of the Christian community, especially the celebrations of the liturgy.
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Dr. Richard Gaillardetz is father of four and an associate professor of systematic theology at the University of St. Thomas School of Theology in Houston, Texas. He is author of Teaching With Authority: A Theology of the Magisterium in the Church (0814655297)
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