Music of Hildegard of Bingen
Tuesdays, 7 pm - 8:30 pm
Fall 2014: December 2
Spring 2015: January 20, February 10, March 10, April 14, May 12
Fall 2015: September 8, October 6, November 10, December 1
Through the Ear to the Heart with Devi Mathieu
This gentle, contemplative practice of listening and singing the music of Hildegard is led by Devi Mathieu and requires no previous experience with the music of Hildegard or with medieval music.
Suggested donation: $10 - $20
Days of Prayer
Wednesdays, 9:30 am - 2:15 pm
Throughout the year various guest presenters will guide these quiet, contemplative Days of Prayer. Generally the day includes Eucharist at 1:15 p.m.
January 21 – Joe Nassal, CPPS
February 11 – Marietta Fahey, SHF
March 11 – Marie Sagues, OP
April 15 – Patricia Bruno, OP
May 13 – Joe Nassal, CPPS
September 9 – Ivan Nicoletto, OSB Cam
October 7 – Joe Nassal, CPPS
November 11 – TBD
December 2 – TBD
Suggested offering: $20
Wednesdays, 7 pm - 8:30 pm
Spring 2015: January 21, February 11, March 11, April 15, May 13
Robert Lax: Poet-Mystic-Sage, evenings of reading, reflection and conversation with Steve T. Georgiou.
Robert Lax (1915-2000) was a major minimalist poet and Christian mystic of the 20th century. Lax was described by Thomas Merton, his close friend, as having “an inborn direction to the living God.” In 1964 Lax left his native New York for Greece and eventually became a hermit on Patmos, Isle of the Revelation. There he perfected his ascetic, mantra-like style of verse and lived an intensely love-centered life. Come explore the art and spirituality of Lax through presentations, readings, reflections and discussions.
Evenings facilitated by S.T. Georgiou, Ph.D., who teaches religion and spirituality at San Francisco City College and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. He has authored an award-winning trilogy on Robert Lax, (based on his mentorship with the poet) and was recent Lax Lecturer at St. Bonaventure University, New York. His latest book is In the Beginning Was Love: Contemplative Poems of Robert Lax.