Christophany Groups – St. Scholastica Monastery, MN

When the pandemic closed our doors at the Center to in-person gatherings in March of 2020, one of the first things we did was to start a Christophany group which meets via Zoom. We have been going strong since then, and it has become a place of safety and refuge for us all. In each session, we engage in prayer, sometimes meditation, and small group and large group discussion. We all think through and reflect on our individual and communal paradigm shifts as we seek to enflesh Ilia’s profound ideas and insights in our lives and our world.

Slowly we continue on this critical journey of discovery, struggling to make sense of the heartbreaking state of our beloved Earth home, seeking ways of being a healing and loving presence in our families and communities, and remembering that always, God is making something new!

Dawn Carrillo
Director, Center for Spirituality and Enrichment
St. Scholastica Monastery
Duluth, MN

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