About the Director
Kathleen is a theologian and sacred song writer who has been engaged in the ministry of liturgical musicianship for over thiry-five years.
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When: June 13-16, 2013
Where: Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut
In a letter to Abdul Aziz Thomas Merton spoke of "the hour of dawn when the world is silent and the new light is most pure," as "symbolizing the dawning of divine light in the stillness of our hearts." At that virgin point of the new day, Merton writes in Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander, the dawn deacon cries "wisdom" but "we do not attend." Merton's call to wisdom in all areas of our lives - personal, political, social and environmental - echoes through the years. The wisdom Merton discovered in the bible, the fathers of the church, the great mystics, and his own contemplative practice; in philosophers and thinkers; and in the world of literature challenges us continually to a radical change of heart and life.
For more info and registration: http://merton.org/2013/
in service to the liturgical and contemplative arts
The mission of Schola Ministries, Inc. is to support and promote the liturgical and contemplative arts, particularly the musical repertoire of its founding composer Kathleen Deignan. See More »
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