Transformation from Fear of Each Other to Becoming a Beloved Community
March 16 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
from Fear of Each Other to
Becoming a Beloved Community
In the words of St. Bonaventure,
“Justice makes beautiful that which has been deformed.”
Please join us for Mt. Irenaeus’ ongoing conversation on justice issues on
Saturday, March 16 from 10 am – 4 pm
Mt. Irenaeus, Franciscan Mountain Community, West Clarksville, NY
All Are Welcome – All Belong
Attendees Must Register Below
As part of the conversation, Bill Wynne, a 1968 St. Bonaventure University alumnus from Rochester and author of Understanding and Combating Racism: My Path from Oblivious American to Evolving Activist, will share his experiences on his racial justice advocacy journey. Our day will include time for contemplation and discussion of racism and other social justice issues.
There is no charge for this event but all attendees MUST register, we will not be able to accommodate walk-ins.
Lunch will be served with corned beef, cold cuts, two types of soup and Irish soda bread provided by the Mountain. If you could help feed our 50 guests with a dish to pass, please click this link to see what we still need.
Space is limited! A waiting list will form after our seats are filled.
For more information, please email Martha at [email protected]
This event is brought to you by our Weekends and More Branch of the Council for Spirit and Life. If you are interested in learning more about our group and how you can get involved, please contact Martha.
If you’re spending time with us and wish to share some of your pictures, please use the hashtag #mtirenaeus or email them to [email protected] so we may use them on the website, social media and in printed publications. Thanks!