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April 15, 2021 | 7 p.m. | Register
In this time of the global pandemic, what other maladies including the pandemic of racism and indifference are exacerbated, and what does it mean to be a contemplative? What is contemplative spirituality’s response to the world that is hurting? Is contemplative spirituality just another navel-gazing luxury afforded to the privileged few or can it be a force harnessed by all for a more just and equitable world?
In this talk, both speakers will share about their work at the intersection of contemplation and justice and discuss their personal journeys to contribute to a vision of contemplation and mysticism that goes beyond a privileged, individualistic and capitalist enterprise and into justice work for our own communities and beyond during this moment where hurt, harm and inequity are so vivid in the landscape of our world.
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Thursday, April 15 at 7:00pmVirtual Event