After Pandemic: A New Horizon for Ecological Spirituality

Friday, July 2, 2021 12:00 AM to Wednesday, July 7, 2021 12:00 AM

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Everybody's hopes focus on the promised vaccine, which will resolve the symptoms of the virus, but not its causes. This is a virus with a global message from a tortured Earth and the destructive interference of rapacious humans. It is a wake-up call for all of us to reclaim our integrity as Earthlings, and learn to live with our Earth in a wiser and more discerning way.   Please join us for a 5 day deep dive with Diarmuid O'Murchu, MSC on the new horizon for Eco-Spirituality post-pandemic.  Onsite and online options are available.

Overnight stay with private guest room and all meals = $615 per person

Live stream at home via Zoom = $350 per person

On-site participants begin with 6 PM dinner on July 2, and end with 10 AM brunch on Wed, July 7

Zoom schedule to be announced with Zoom link sent a week before the event.

Please note! There may be limited ON-SITE spaces available depending on pandemic conditions so register soon.

About the leader(s)

Diarmuid O'Murchu

Diarmuid O'Murchu, MSC, is a member of the Sacred Heart Missionary Order, and a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He is a social psychologist most of whose working life has been in social ministry, predominantly in London, UK. In that capacity he has worked as a couple's counsellor, in bereavement work, AIDS-HIV counselling, and, in more recent times, with homeless people and refugees. As a workshop leader and group facilitator he has worked in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, The Philippines, Thailand, India, Peru and in several African countries, facilitating programmes on Adult Faith Development. His best known books include Quantum Theology (1996 - revised in 2004),  Ancestral Grace (2008), Jesus in the Power of Poetry (2009), Christianity's Dangerous Memory (2011), In the Beginning was the Spirit (2012),  God in the Midst of Change (2013) and On Being a Postcolonial Christian (2014).  He now lives in Dublin, Ireland.