Wednesday: April 19th, May 3rd and May 17th
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
In this fresh creative approach to theology, Elizabeth Johnson, CSJ, asks how we can understand cosmic redemption in a time of advancing ecological devastation. In effect, how can we extend the core Christian belief in salvation to include all created beings? Immediately this question runs into a formidable obstacle: the idea that Jesus’s death on the cross was required as atonement for human sin—a theology laid out by the eleventh-century theologian St. Anselm.
At the May 17th session, we welcome Elizabeth Johnson, CSJ who will join the sharing and conversation. This book-sharing circle is a collaborative facilitation of the Sisters of St. Dominic and the Sisters of St. Joseph. Join us to ponder God’s abundant mercy for a planet in peril.
Location: Virtual participation through Zoom.