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"What is Sacred about Sacred Resistance?" with Ed Bacon

  • The Cathedral Commons at Echo Park 840 Echo Park Avenue Los Angeles, CA, 90026 United States (map)

Description

Rev. Ed Bacon, former Rector at All Saints Church in Pasadena, will be sharing about the growth of his own contemplative life over the years - what initially inspired it, what continues to sustain it, and how it grew and matured. He will be telling the “back story” of his personal spiritual journey, including the tough times, the roots of his contemplative practices, his most important epiphanies, and his foundational commitments. He will discuss (and read from) the authors, books, mentors, and poems that have challenged and nurtured his spirit over many years of ministry. And, he will make a connection between spiritual practices and a sustainable life of activism in the fight for political and social justice. In short, he will be answering the question: “What Makes ‘Sacred Resistance’ Sacred.”


Registration

The cost for this retreat is $68 ($78 with lunch).

Register before April 2, 2020 for a $10 discount!


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About Our Presenter

The Rev. Ed Bacon is the former rector of All Saints Pasadena. A passionate advocate for peace and justice in his community, the nation, and the world. His energies focus on leadership in anxious times, peacemaking, interfaith relations, integrating family, faith and work systems and articulating the Christian faith in non-bigoted ways. Author of the book, 8 Habits of Love, he has received numerous honors for his peace and interfaith work.

Earlier Event: May 2
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