It is summer in Minnesota, so it must be time for Collegeville Institute writing workshops!

June 2016

Summer writing workshops are off and running!

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Our first 2016 summer workshops at the Collegeville Institute took place this month, including Writing Beyond the Academy and Apart, and Yet a Part: A Week with Michael McGregor (pictured above).

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Seminars discuss vocation and wisdom

seminars
Participants in the Collegeville Institute's Seminar Vocation and Faith in the Professions joined in a conversation with the authors of Christian Practical Wisdom: What It Is and Why It Matters.

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Call for Submissions: Poetry and Photographs

Are you a photographer or poet? Bearings Magazine is soliciting poems and black and white photographs for the upcoming Fall 2016 issue on spirituality. Please submit your work of art via email to Betsy Johnson-Miller.
 

Welcome to our 2016 Summer Workers!


One thing that continually comes up in our workshop evaluations is the care and attention that Collegeville Institute staff provide our guests. From a well-stocked fridge in the Butler Center to clean and comfortable apartments, our workshops could not run without the hard work and cheerful spirits contributed by our summer workers. Below we’d like to introduce you to our 2016 summer workers—Hannah, Elise, Anja, Chris, and Joe. Be sure to greet them in person when you’re next in Collegeville! Read their bios »

Featured articles from Bearings Online

Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living

by Shirley H. Showalter

How do human beings become wise? Shirley H. Showalter reviews Krista Tippett's latest book.

Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age

by Betsy Johnson-Miller

How often do you check your cellphone? Reviewer Betsy Johnson-Miller reflects on technology, relationships, and conversation.

The Soul of Discernment: An Interview with Elizabeth Liebert

by Elisabeth Kvernen

Elizabeth Liebert discusses why discernment is central to a vibrant spiritual life, the role of individuals versus systems in discernment, and what Pope Francis thinks of this spiritual practice.

The Church in Suffering and Pain

by Elizabeth M. Magill

Can you cry at your church? Real crying, I mean, not that little tear of happiness or sadness that barely disturbs your mascara.

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