Dorothy Deasy, master's in applied theology alum, talks about how technology is changing what it means to be human in an interview with The Columbian in September 2014.
Department of Religious Studies
MA, Applied Theology, Marylhurst University
Graduate Certificate, Theological Studies, Marylhurst University
Graduate Certificate, Pastoral Care, Marylhurst University
BS, Oregon State University
Life & Work: Spiritual Integration
Medieval Philosophy: Great Synthesis
David Lee is a writer, teacher, and spiritual director in Portland, Oregon. He has a passion for helping others to see the spiritual dimension in the whole of their lived experience, not just in the times spent in meditation or prayer.
His teaching style is a collaborative one in which he and students explore the topics of workplace spirituality and philosophy in an open, safe, discursive manner, while respecting the lives, experiences, and truths brought to the encounter by one another and learning from their differences as well as their similarities. He is currently working on a book to help people apply contemplative spiritual practices to the time they spend at work, entitled The Cubical Cathedral: Tapping the Wellspring of Spirit at Work.
Contemplation in the Workplace
Contemplative Spirituality in Today's Stressful Corporate Environment
Thomas Merton and Workplace Spirituality
Spiritual Direction in Times of Grief
The Merton Seasonal
Spiritual Directors International