SIMONE CAMPBELL, SSS: EMBRACING A THEOLOGY OF INSECURITY via Zoom

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Date(s) - 10/16/2022
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

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In a time of both random violence and heightened individualism, we are called to journey through the insecurity of our time and discover the divine along the road.  Let us explore the way forward that is strengthened by curiosity and fueled by a welcoming love at the heart of risk taking. In the process let us be nourished by community that can sustain us in challenging times. Link for program will be sent a few days prior to session.

Fee:  Donation (Link for donation is located at the bottom of the Registration page under Payment Options)

Facilitator:  Simone Campbell, a Sister of Social Service, is a religious leader, attorney, and author with extensive experience in public policy and advocacy for systemic change. Currently she is a leader of “Understanding US” a grassroots dialogue effort to promote political healing in our nation. For almost 17 years she was the executive director of NETWORK, Lobby for Catholic Social Justice and leader of Nuns on the Bus. Her two books, A Nun on the Bus (2014) and Hunger for Hope (2020), are award winning reflections on the substance of her life and the call to faithful justice seeking.