Barbara Marx Hubbard responds to Cardinal Müller’s LCWR comments

Barbara Marx Hubbard gives the keynote address to the assembly of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious on Aug. 8, 2012, in St. Louis. (CNS/Sid Hastings)

Barbara Marx Hubbard | May. 13, 2014

Editor’s note: Following is the response of Barbara Marx Hubbard to the comments on conscious evolution made by Cardinal Gerhard Müller during a meeting of officials of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith with the presidency of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) on April 30.

I am grateful to Cardinal Gerhard Müller for raising concerns about conscious evolution and its relationship to Catholic teaching. I hope his focus on this issue will stimulate many, both within the Catholic church and outside it, to deepen human understanding of conscious evolution and how we might advance our own evolutionary action for the good of the whole of Earth life. Continue reading Barbara Marx Hubbard responds to Cardinal Müller’s LCWR comments

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