Preserving The Good: The Ecological Theology of Thomas Aquinas with Father Matthew Fox, Ph.D.

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Father Matthew Fox is a priest and was a member of the Dominican Order of the Catholic Church for thirty-four years. For speaking out on women’s rights, gay rights, and Native American rights, he was silenced for a year and later expelled from the Dominican Order under the papacies of John Paul II and Benedict XVI. He then joined the Episcopal Church to work with young people to create postmodern forms of ritual and worship known as the “Cosmic Mass” that incorporates dance, DJ, VJ, rap, and other postmodern art forms. He is the co-founder of the Order of the Sacred Earth and, since Mother’s day 2019, has offered free daily meditations. He holds a doctorate in History and Theology of Spirituality and is founder of the University of Creation Spirituality.

 Matthew Fox is the author of more than thirty-five books including: 

  • Original Blessing (Tarcher 2000)
  • Hildegard of Bingen: A Saint for Our Times (Nameste Publishing 2012)
  • Letters to Pope Francis (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 2013)
  • Occupy Spirituality (co-author Adam Bucko) (North Atlantic Press 2013)
  • Creation Spirituality: Liberating Gifts for the Peoples of the Earth (HarperOne 1991)
  • The Coming of the Cosmic Christ (HarperOne 1988)
  • Meister Eckhart: A Mystic-Warrior for Our Times (New World Library 2014)
  • Confessions: The Making of a Post-Denominational Priest (HarperSanFrancisco 2015)
  • A Way to God: Thomas Merton's Creation Spirituality Journey (New World Library 2016)
  • Order of the Sacred Earth: An Intergenerational Vision of Love and Action (coauthors Skylar Wilson, and Jennifer Listug) (Monkfish 2018)
  • Sheer Joy: Conversations with Thomas Aquinas on Creation Spirituality (Ixia 2020)
  • The Tao of Thomas Aquinas: Fierce Wisdom for Hard Times (iUniverse 2020) 

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Host: Justine Willis Toms   Interview Date: 4/30/2020   Program Number: C0500