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Belonging, not Belongings

In a time of great social and ecological upheaval, it is vital that we forge alternative ways of being in the world.  During our retreat, we will contemplatively grapple with and explore possible lifestyles that go beyond the consumer paradigm and instead generate connection and kinship.  Looking to Scripture and to 20th century luminaries such as Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day, as well as drawing from the facilitators’ own experiences in community, let us inspire one another to re-define The Good Life.

 The day will include talks, group discussion, personal reflection, and contemplative time in nature.

Saturday, April 28, 2018
The retreat day begins at 9:00am and concludes at 4:00pm.
Cost of $45 includes $10 non-refundable deposit and the noon meal.

 

Eric Anglada has been a member of the Catholic Worker movement for over 15 years.  He is co-founder    of the St. Isidore Catholic Worker Farm in southwest Wisconsin.  He is also Coordinator of Ecological Programming at Sinsinawa Mound.  His essays have appeared in a variety of publications including America, The National Catholic Reporter, The Catholic Worker, and the collection Dorothy Day and the Church: Past, Present and Future.

Christin Tomy, OP, a Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa, is the Care for Creation Coordinator at the Sinsinawa motherhouse where she digs in the dirt, grows food for her community, and engages in transformational work around ecological issues.  Her passion for environmental justice stems from her work with the materially poor, both in the U.S. and in Latin America.  She is a regular contributor to the “Horizons” column of Global Sisters Report.

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Belonging Not Belongings

$10.00 deposit required
$45.00
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