Sometimes we need a new language to look deeply into our experience and to see in fresh ways what it is teaching. This retreat for pastoral ministers uses poetry as a language of interpretation. In the course of the weekend, we will spend time with a select group of poems, exploring how their images and visions of life and human experience help us name our own from the midst of our ministries.
|The retreat leader is Victor Klimoski who has collected two volumes of his own writing, What It Might Mean (2012) and A Month In Kilcar and Other Poems of Place (2013). He is director of lifelong learning for the School of Theology.|