Sinsinawa Mound Center offers retreats and programs as well as opportunities for personal reflection and renewal in a comfortable, rural setting.
Buried deep within the Christian tradition are startling portrayals of God as the beaked and feathered Holy Spirit - the "animal God," as it were. Weaving together scripture, theology, philosophy, and personal stories of sacred nature, Wallace will present a model of God in Christianity as a creaturely, avian being who signals the presence of spirit in everything, human and more-than-human alike.
Pulitzer Prize finalist. Winner of PEN/Hemingway. "It places Native American voices front and center" (NPR). "An astonishing literary debut" (Margaret Atwood).
There is no better time than now to imagine what we want our lives to look like on the other side of this pandemic. Many are talking about the "great realization" from quarantine: that we need each other, we need community and a sense of belonging. This webinar will explore ways in which we can embrace this great realization more intentionally.
Jesus was a master teacher and shared with his listeners many stories of God's reign. This program will explore a few of these parables and how they relate to our own lives today.
"Hogan brings her feeling for language and story to these quietly beautiful and provocative musings on the nature of nature" (Booklist).
Our living creation story reveals the deep-time values of differentiation, interiority and communion. These universal dynamics provide a comprehensive context from which to reflect on our tradition’s evolving religious consciousness and teachings. In this light we will reflect on Pope Francis’ teachings, Laudato Si’ – On Care for Our Common Home and Fratelli Tutti – On Fraternity and Social Friendship.
(image of Pope Francis illustrated by Greg Joens)
"Curtice is a brave truth-teller and a prophetic voice we need to be listening to, and Native is a book that will guide us toward a better future" (Richard Rohr).
New York Times bestseller. "Louise Erdrich is one our era's most powerful literary voices ... In The Night Watchman Erdrich's blend of spirituality, gallows humor, and political resistance is at play." (Christian Science Monitor).