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It is for us to remain forward-looking, trusting the evolutionary thrust of Spirit," Bucko and McEntee write.
I had committed the cardinal sin of losing my sacred school underpants, and my buttocks were on fire from the beating the Bucko had given me.
Bucko provides a useful theoretical model for tracing the transmission and creation of tradition.
Bucko drained four 3s and finished with a game-high 26 points and Michael Best had 22 with a pair of 3s for Wheeling (5-13, 1-5).
In Occupy Spirituality, Bucko and Fox summon us to this dialogue, mirror it for us and remind us that it must address, above all, the "new generation.
After a Bucko 3 a minute into the fourth pulled the Wildcats within 42-35, Punzalan swished his final trey from right of the hoop, putting the Hawks back up by 10 (45-35) with 6:34 to go.
Raymond Bucko of Creighton University in Omaha, Neb.
Crowflight Minerals Inc (TSX V: CML), a Canada-based mineral exploration company, has announced achieving commercial production at the Bucko Lake Nickel Mine (Bucko) located in the Thompson Nickel Belt, Manitoba, Canada.
With more experience in the field than most academic scholars can hope to attain, Bucko, a Jesuit priest and anthropologist, illuminates a ritual that is today universally practiced within the world of American Indian religion (achieving such widespread acceptance largely through the Lakota, a group referred to in earlier literature as the "Sioux").
Phil Bucko (11 points) connected from long range for Wheeling before Turner hit 2 more free throws and Hopkins added two charity tosses for a 58-49 lead.
Even our elders, our spiritual mentors know that something new is emerging," said Adam Bucko, co-author of the extended essay "New Monasticism: An Interspiritual Manifesto for Contemplative Life in the 21st Century" The piece is an attempt to put into words what has been stirring in their hearts of many young adults who feel called to lives of contemplation and action but who do not necessarily feel drawn to one particular religious tradition or to traditional forms of monasticism.