Tuesdays, April 3, 10, and 17, 2018
Come join an early spring exploration of a fertile symbol of creativity! Through the lenses of music, art, poetry, and theology as well as our personal experience, we’ll explore the creative role that Mary of Nazareth has played in various spiritualities and peoples, including Mother of Jesus, Mother of God, Mother of the Church and Mother of us All.
Visions of Mary: Art, Devotion and Beauty at Chartres Cathedral by Jill K. H. Geoffrion. Available at Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality.
Additional resources provided include Dangerous Memories: A Mosaic of Mary in Scripture by Elizabeth A. Johnson and Mary in the Catholic Imagination: Le Point Vierge by Wendy Wright as well as various handouts.
Mary Kaye Medinger is a lifelong educator, writer, editor, spiritual director and retreat leader with a particular interest in women’s spirituality, especially Mariology. A consociate of the Sisters of St. Joseph, she has spent nearly 40 years in various ministerial positions in parish, diocesan and ecumenical settings.
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