Benedictine Spirituality – E-course

Spirituality & Practice

Does the 1500-year-old Rule of Benedict of Nursia have anything to say to the modern world? Yes, for sure it does — in fact, sometimes it seems like it has never been more relevant. In this one-month e-course, Joan Chittister offers 12 brief audio teachings on aspects of Benedictine spirituality with accompanying written reflections to …
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Making Disciples of Jesus: A Training Day (Classroom and Online)

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

Making Disciples of Jesus: A Training Day Studying the Bible builds a culture of discipleship, promotes greater engagement with the Christian faith, and offers leadership roles to lay members of congregations. But many people feel poorly equipped to lead a Bible study. This training day held jointly online and in person gives participants the tools …
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Spiritual Writing: An Online Class

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

SPIRITUAL WRITING: AN ONLINE CLASS DATE Jan. 6-Feb. 9, 2020 OVERVIEW This class will ask what, if anything, can make nonfiction writing “spiritual.” You will read selections from essays and memoirs in the spiritual writing genre and try composing your own versions of this material. How can we write about something so personal and powerful …
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Wholeness and Holiness: Reconciliation in the Church and in the World (Online)

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

4 Tuesday evenings, January 28 to February 18, 2020, 7PM to 8.30PM EST In the church and in society, the theme of reconciliation is often invoked: in conversations about settler and indigenous relations in Canada, about race relations in the United States, about politics, about the mission of Christians, and so much more. This non-credit …
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