The Chaplain’s Corner
Reflections on Life’s Deepest Mysteries
Rev. Roger Butts is a regular contributor to Contemplative Light sharing inspirational poems, prayers, psalms, and articles. He writes with an open heart and years of purposeful practice as a chaplain.
Following up on his hugely popular post about how to stay grounded during a difficult election cycle, Rev. Roger Butts, a staff chaplain at Penrose St. Francis Health Services, offers crucial advice on how to stay grounded during this pandemic with a candid discussion about developing an end of life plan with family and loved ones. Thanks, Roger!
With an important election coming up in the United States, our writers have offered to share some thoughts about how to stay grounded, open, compassionate and caring in the midst of all the political debates. Roger Butts kicks things off with these five things to consider.
Please enjoy another compelling piece from Roger Butts about how we relate to God through each other.
Roger Butts offers a beautiful contemplation on prayer, dying, and the never ending call to rise up. Enjoy!
In this short reflection, Roger Butts, shares how a simple moment in time – treatments endings, a bell ringing – reveals the work to be done.
Roger Butts shares a beautiful poem. Listen closely and you just might hear the sound of the bell.
Rev. Roger Butts is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister serving as a Staff Chaplain at Penrose St. Francis Health Services in Colorado Springs. He courageously shares his experiences around working on the frontline.