Forgive Everyone Everything
Oblate School of Theology
Originally Published on the website of Oblate School of Theology
January 17, 2023 @ 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Recurring Event (See all) $50.00
Tuesdays, Jan 17 – Mar 7 | 9:30AM – 11:30AM Central Time | ONLINE EVENT VIA ZOOM
Please join Mary Earle and Rosalyn Collier for “Forgive Everyone Everything.” Using the book by this title, written by Gregory Boyle, SJ, with art by Fabian Debora, the class will explore the topic of forgiveness through meditations, art, reflection and quiet prayer. Fr. Boyle’s ministry to ex-gang members as they rebuild their lives grounds his meditations. The class builds on the Fall 2022 class on compassion, though that is not a requirement for enrollment. These vignettes take the reader to the lived reality of those caught by gang violence, and those who desire to find new ways to live. As we move from Epiphany to Lent, this book will help us remember that we are called to respect the dignity of every human being.
To order Forgive Everyone Everything by Gregory Boyle, SJ, with art by Fabian Debora, and receive a 10% discount, go to StMarksBookstore.com, click on Shop Our Website at the top of the page and then click on Oblate Continuing Education on the left hand side. At checkout, add coupon code Oblate to receive a 10% discount. For further assistance, please contact Elizabeth Cauthorn at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: Shipping delays may occur. Please consider ordering your book early.
All classes will take place on Tuesday mornings, 9:30 am to 11:30 am Central Time, ONLINE via Zoom.
Portions of each class session will be recorded and made available to registered participants through March 21, 2023. Please note that periods of participants’ sharing in small and large group settings will not be recorded. In general, the following portions of each class session will be recorded: opening prayer, period of silence, body prayer, journaling period, and teaching period.
|Session 1||January 17||Introductions|
|Session 2||January 24||Love Goodness|
|Session 3||January 31||Relishing|
|Session 4||February 7||Attentiveness|
|Session 5||February 14||Love|
|Session 6||February 21||Kinship|
|Session 7||February 28||Knucklehead|
|Session 8||March 7||Harvesting Forgiveness|
Rev. Mary C. Earle is an Episcopal priest, poet, author, spiritual director and retreat leader. Mary serves as adjunct faculty for the Forest Dweller program at Oblate School of Theology (www.ost.edu/forestdwelling). Until her retirement, Mary taught classes in spirituality for the Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas. Mary has authored ten books; the subjects include the spirituality of living with illness, rule of life, Celtic Christian spirituality, the Desert Mothers, and Julian of Norwich. Her most recent book, Did You Sing Your Song?: Poems, won the Silver Ben Franklin Award from the Independent Publishers Association. Mary has offered presentations and retreats in a variety of ecumenical settings, including conferences of the Academy for Spiritual Formation, Spiritual Directors International, the International Thomas Merton Society and hospice organizations. She has written articles for a variety of journals, including Presence: the Journal of Spiritual Directors International, Radical Grace, Reflections, and The Lutheran. She was included in the Living Spiritual Teachers project of Spirituality and Practice. She and her husband Doug, also an Episcopal priest, have recently celebrated their 50th anniversary. Their son Jason teaches French literature at Sarah Lawrence College. Mary’s website is www.marycearle.com
Rosalyn Falcon Collier is co-founder of the San Antonio peaceCENTER, 1995 and founder and member of the Women on Pilgrimage Retreat at St Anthony de Padua since 1997. Rosalyn is an elder circle leader for the Forest Dweller Program at Oblate School of Theology (www.ost.edu/forestdwelling). A native San Antonian, she is a graduate of the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation in Washington, DC, 1990 and has led local meditation groups in Catholic parishes since 1997. Through OST Rosalyn recently co-facilitated the Called Back to the Well Spiritual Renewal Program 2009. She has been a co-facilitator for the People of Pilgrimage Contemplative Retreats. She is a spiritual director and mediator and facilitates skillshops on nonviolence and transformative mediation. Rosalyn and Jim have been married for 55 years, they have two children, 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
Registration Fee: $50 (fee includes cost for entire 8-week series)
Please note: We will send you a Zoom link and login instructions via email approximately one week before the series begins.
For information or to register by phone, contact Victoria Luna, Director of Continuing Education, at email@example.com or (210) 341-1366 EXT 325.