RSVP, Thomas Berry Retreat #2, New Orleans
You are invited to Loyola for the second in a series of mornings of prayer and reflection with a creation-centered focus informed by the work of Thomas Berry.
The retreat takes place Saturday March 7, 9:30-11:15 a.m. in ***Ignatius Chapel*** on the first floor of Bobet Hall, Loyola University New Orleans. Coffee and pastries will be served beginning at 9:00. Free parking is available in West Road Garage.
Creation has long been central to the work of the Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM). It informs its method and model of theological reflection and is woven through its curriculum. LIM now invites students and graduates to a retreat based on the creation-centered work of Passionist "Ecologian" Fr. Thomas Berry.
The retreat takes its inspiration from videos and other materials associated with Thomas Berry that have been gathered by LIM Emerita Professor Kathleen O'Gorman. It has been developed by LIM faculty and graduates and is entitled "A Mutually Enhancing Relationship with the Natural World." It is the first of a projected five retreats.
For more information on Thomas Berry and the retreat, see
. For more information on the Thomas Berry Project at Loyola, see
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