Jesus gave Peter the mandate to “Feed my sheep” (John 21: 17) and there is no better way to do this than an invitation to a 4-week discussion on mysticism and to break bread together. In this spirit, we will gather in St. Joseph's Chapel for dinner, a lecture and small-group discussion.
Vintage Saints and Sinners: 25 Christians who Transformed My Faith
Karen Wright Marsh writes, “This book is a journal from my spiritual pilgrimage: scribbled confessions, quick descriptions of tales from the lives of vintage Christians—with their struggles, joys, and revelations—and by opening up about the lessons I’ve learned, you’ll discover that God’s saving, guiding, transforming grace is here for you as well.” Vintage Saints and Sinners: 25 Christians who Transformed My Faith will be on hand to purchase and for Ms. Marsh to sign. Marsh is executive director and cofounder of Theological Horizons, a university ministry that has advanced theological scholarship at the intersection of faith, thought, and life since 1991. She lives in Charlottesville, Virginia.
6:30 pm - Catered dinner with wine (please bring a bottle to share); suggested donation for dinner is $12
7 pm - Lecture
8–9 pm - Small group discussion and book signing
The class is limited to 50 guests so please RSVP to [email protected].
To find your way to St. Joseph’s Chapel enter via the Way of Peace entrance located at the Southeast corner of the cathedral (note this entry way is currently covered scaffolding)”
November 1: Dr. Alton Pollard, Howard University School of Divinity, discusses the mysticism of Howard Thurman
November 8: The Rev. Paul-Gordon Chandler, discusses his new book, In Search of a Prophet: A Spiritual Journey with Kahlil Gibran
November 15: The Rev. Dana Colley Corsello shares revelations from Julian of Norwich
- Please register
- October 25, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm