Discover Your Inner Artist Spirit with Chris Pramuk 

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Host Eric A. Clayton encountered Chris Pramuk’s professional title before he met the man himself. Eric was told to chase down the person who held the “Chair of Ignatian Thought and Imagination” at Regis University — and he was not disappointed. 

Dr. Chris Pramuk is said chair. He’s also an associate professor of religious studies. His interests focus on the intersection of faith, creativity and justice, and the conversation reflects this multitude. Chris and Eric jump from Thomas Merton to the musical tradition of the Black Catholic Church to Buddhism to Joni Mitchell. Woven throughout the conversation is a clear thread of Ignatian spirituality — and an invitation to each of us to discover the artist spirit alive within ourselves. 

Chris has written six books, including the two we discuss in this episode: ”Hope Sings, So Beautiful: Graced Encounters Across the Color Line” and “The Artist Alive: Explorations in Music, Art and Theology.” He’s also written two award-winning studies on Thomas Merton. 

Learn more about Chris and his work; learn more about his books “The Artist Alive” and “Hope Sings, So Beautiful.”

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Eric Clayton is the deputy director of communications at the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States and the author of  “Cannonball Moments: Telling Your Story, Deepening Your Faith” (Loyola Press).