What Crisis Teaches: A Benedictine Perspective [Online]
With Victor Klimoski
October 22, 2020
In the middle of a crisis, we are wide awake. Aware of how our lives are being upended, we have a clarity of mind that does not sweat the small stuff and reprioritizes what is important. But then the crisis passes, its urgency fades, and we return to life as usual. This conversation explores what we learned from the COVID-19 pandemic through the prism of Saint Benedict’s call to attentiveness, listening, and conversion of life.
This class will be offered online via Zoom.
Victor Klimoski, Ph.D. is the former Director of Lifelong Learning at Saint John’s School of Theology and provides consulting services for the Benedictine Center of St. Paul’s Monastery. He holds a doctorate in adult education from the University of Minnesota and works extensively as a group facilitator and project consultant. He is also author of a number of poetry collections, most recently Revisited, Gleanings (contributing editor), Margin Notes and Lamentation for the Written Word. Email Victor Available for: Facilitation Consulting Coaching for writing
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