Loving, Disciplined and Free – A Retreat for Men

Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE) Monastery

Loving, Disciplined and Free – A Retreat for Men: February 28-March 3, 2019 Location: The Monastery in Cambridge Thursday 5:00 pm – Sunday 2:00 pm, February 28-March 3, 2019 Leader: Br. Keith Nelson, SSJE Our SSJE Rule of Lifeholds before us the hope of “attaining maturity as loving, disciplined, and free men.”  What does a mature, non-patriarchal masculine …
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Lenten Quiet Day: Life, Death and Resurrection

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

Lenten Quiet Day: Life, Death and Resurrection Saturday, March 9, 2019 Inspired by the archetypal themes of Lent, we will explore their meaning in reflection, poetry and meditation. Bring a journal. Led by Bishop Riscylla Shaw who lives, works and plays in the beautiful Trent-Durham Area of the Diocese of Toronto. She is always seeking the …
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Couple Enrichment Retreat

Pendle Hill

Couple Enrichment Retreat Mar 15-17, 2019 A weekend with Mike and Marsha Green Room per couple: $750 Commuter per couple: $500If you are seeking financial assistance to participate in this program, please click on the link for our Financial Assistance Application form, below. Do NOT register online. Register Online Call Us for More Information! 610-566-4507, …
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The Sacred “Can’t Not”: Vocation and Discernment

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

THE SACRED “CAN’T NOT”: VOCATION AND DISCERNMENT A SPIRITUAL FORMATION ELECTIVE* Dates March 17-20, 2019 Overview Vocation isn’t something we “figure out—it’s a way of leaning into life and requires ongoing practices of discernment to remain relevant and vibrant. Using readings from Christian mystics both medieval and modern, we will reframe our understanding of vocation …
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Weaving and Working: Feminist Voices in Spirituality and Justice

Atlantic School Of Theology

Weaving and Working: Feminist Voices in Spirituality and Justice This learning opportunity will focus on feminist voices in spirituality in conversation with social justice. We will highlight Canadian voices of women writers, religious thinkers, workers, and activists, through a variety of ecological and social lenses. How are women weaving together new understandings of what it …
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