Naming God

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June 6-13 Podcast

Joyce Rupp discusses her new book, Fragments of Your Ancient Name.
It's not uncommon to hear "Abba" or "Shepherd" as names of God. But what about "Voice of Freedom" or "You Who Question Souls"? In her new book Fragments of Your Ancient Name, Joyce Rupp, O.S.M., explores these names and 361 others—one for each day of the year. Rupp spoke with America following her talk "Exploring and Deepening Our Naming of Divinity" at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress in March.
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