What if Jesus’ transfiguration is not just a symbol of divinity, but of humanity fulfilled?
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Jan. 30 Gathering: Living on the cliffs of Nazareth
What happens when whole communities organize around Jesus’ prophetic call for justice and liberation rather than consumeristic comfort and institutional preservation?
(r)Advent Week 3: Joy
This week at New Wineskins, we’ll continue our celebration of (r)Advent by exploring the theme of Joy, where we find it, and how we can share it through acts of justice and liberation.
(r)Advent Week 1: Hope
What does hope look like in the context of liberationist communities? For one thing, it means examining our roles in combatting climate change and lifting up its effects on marginalized communities.
Nov. 14 Gathering: Undermining Fear
“Fear is asking Love, ‘Can I trust you?’ […] Because of the work the Church isn’t doing to reverberate Love in the world, Love’s answer (is) not heard….” (Marlon Hall)
Nov. 7 Gathering: The limitations of knowing
We know our experience as human beings is limited by time and space. But even that knowing is limited. For instance, science tells us that many animals have better senses of sight, hearing, and smell than we do. So what does that tell us about what we are even able to know? What if reality includes potentialities we simply can’t perceive?
Oct. 31 Gathering: Does God get what God wants? An All Saints Day liturgy for spiritual exiles
What if contradictions, doubt, and uncertainty have a purpose? What if the real key to knowing comes in the unknowing?
Oct. 24 Gathering: The myth of personal salvation
What is “salvation” and can it ever really be personal?
Oct. 3 Gathering: A Dissident Eucharist for Spiritual Exiles
What if we could see the sacraments not just as rites we participate in as individuals for our own private spiritual experiences, but as subversive acts that emancipate whole communities and liberate those who exist on the margins of public policy and institutions?