A Note on the Author:
I write articles of meditation on religious and secular themes, sort
of a "Lay Person's Guide to Spirituality". As a lay person I add a
unique perspective to everyday spirituality for ordinary people.
As well I have have published four books:
WHERE EARTH MEETS HEAVEN
St. Anthony Messenger Press 2004 / Franciscan Media
RUNNING WITH GOD
23 Publications 2006.
BORN TO BE KINGS - A Layperson's Guide to Evangelisation and Stewardship
DREAMLAND AND SOULSCAPES - A Prairie Love Story
available as ebook on Amazon.com 2011
AND as a paperback on AMAZON.COM
for details Click on "Books" on this web page.
My Educational training includes a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor
of Education Degree from the University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon. In many ways my vocation has prepared me for my
career as a writer. I taught Senior High School English for thirty-five
years. My involvement in Parish work included catechetical
instructions over the same period of time.
Spiritual training included a three-year theological program (the
equivalent of a deaconate program) which included Lay-Presiding
and Homiletics. As a writer, I have published poems, short stories
and some 1000 articles in more than fifteen newspapers over the
past fourteen years, reaching over 65,000 readers.
From an Editor
"I truly feel your column ads a great deal to our paper. It is much
Ed Doering Editor Roblin Review Manitoba
In one of her regular columns she writes: "One of the brights of my
day every Wednesday is Ken Rolheiser's Pause for Reflection. 'It is
a breath of fresh air' [from a letter]. Thank you for your spiritual words
Judy Sorestad, Buchanan, Saskatchewan
"I have always been an avid reader of your column Pause for
Reflection. It is a first and a must when I receive my Canora Courier
here in Calgary. "A Time to Weep" [article] was a great comfort to
me and I'm sure to anyone who read it. I read it over time and time
Josephine (Kowalchuk) Lampel, Calgary, Alberta
North Dakota Reader
"I've read and enjoyed Pause for Reflection -- in fact a couple of
thoughts by Ken Rolheiser from this week I'll be transplanting in
a funeral message this afternoon."
Pastor David Roehl
United Methodist Church