Spiritual Imagination and the Nativity
with Carolyn Kolovitz
Saturday, December 1, 2018
1:00 – 4:00pm
Loyola Spirituality Center – 389 Oxford St N, Saint Paul, MN 55104
Retreat Fee: $45.00
…every time you saw a Nativity scene, you visualized the baby as a symbol for the mysterious, loving Holy Spirit that is constantly birthing itself into the world?
…every time you heard a song about the Nativity, you used lyrics such as ‘o come let us adore him’ as a reminder to honor the Spirit that is alive within yourself and within everyone you meet?
…every time you encountered any version of the Christmas story, you allowed it to remind you that although the Spirit is always present, we must constantly make room in our awareness for it – emptying our minds of the clutter, opening to the reality of the present – because otherwise “there is no room in the inn for such a mystery?”
Based on Richard Rohr’s Advent teachings as well as the Ignatian practice of using our spiritual imaginations, this workshop will use storytelling, music and guided visualization to bring participants deep into the heart of the meaningful metaphors of the Christmas story.
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