A Pilgrimage into Just Interfaith Living People of all religious traditions, including Christians, find their way alongside one another in our one world-home. But what happens when we engage with one another, and walk together into our deepest questions and most pressing challenges? What can we learn from one another, and do together? In this week we will explore what religions are, and how they shape us; the power that lies in our traditions for harm and for good; how our religions encourage the search for truth and action for justice; and the power of shared journey to deepen our faith and transform us. Structured study sessions, informal conversations, shared spiritual practice, and visits with area communities—including the Dar al-Islam Muslim community and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo—will be combined with a day of pilgrimage to the Santuario de Chimayó, common living, and personal reflection. Designed for religious leaders (professional and volunteer) and seekers, who want to explore how to build engaged and loving interfaith relationships, and to develop the practice of interfaith imagination.
This retreat house away from the main ranch provides quiet and safe space for work that engages spirit and focus, dedicated to deep spiritual and artistic contemplation.