Summer 2020: Women's Embodied Spiritualities


Women's Embodied Spiritualities

What is women’s spirituality? What insights and perspectives do women bring to the spiritual life from their embodied (e.g., race/ethnicity, place, culture) experiences? What can women learn from one another, and how do women shape the shared spirituality of and at LMU? 

Join colleagues across the university to reflect on these questions and more. Meetings will touch on a variety of topics related to women’s religious and spiritual experience, especially in the context of LMU’s Ignatian and Marymount heritage and identity. Emphasis will be on conversation, discussion, and learning from one another. LMU faculty and staff of all gender identities are welcome.

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All meetings will be held on Fridays from 1:00 - 3:00 pm

  • June 5
    Theme: "Who am I?"

  • June 26
    Theme: "Who am I in relation to others?"

  • July 24
    Theme: "Who am I in community?"

All meetings are come-as-you-can; attendance at every meeting is not required or expected. More meeting information and direct links will be provided via email upon sign up below.





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