Are you fascinated by others’ spiritual journeys?
Do you want to explore your own story more deeply?
Do you crave space for reflection and deep reading of spiritual classics?
The weekend-format course will include integrated times of study, spiritual renewal, and theological reflection; an overnight retreat; and facilitated group meetings for spiritual companioning and the sharing of spiritual autobiographies. Students will have the opportunity to craft portions of their own spiritual autobiographies as they read the classical texts. Taught by Claire Wolfteich, Associate Professor of Practical Theology and Spiritual Formation, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, January 23, 9a-4p
Saturday, February 6, 9a-4p
Saturday, February 27, 9a-4p
Overnight Retreat at St Margaret’s Convent, Roxbury:
Friday, March 19-Saturday, March 20 (option to stay through March 21)
Wednesday dinner colloquium: April 7, 5:30p-8p
Three Group Companioning Meetings (times to be arranged by groups)
Costs of the overnight retreat and meals will be covered by the Center for Practical Theology.