[Sust-mar] eco-spirituality retreat at Tatamagouche Centre

Margaret Tusz King margaret at tatacentre.ca
Wed May 2 14:25:12 EDT 2007

An invitation to join Marianne Karsh, Director of Arborvitae in Guelph Ont., for an eco-spirituality retreat at Tatamagouche Centre!

Margaret Tusz-King
Program Director
Tatamagouche Centre

Seeds of Hope - Justice for the Earth 

June 15-17, Fri. 7pm - Sun. 1pm 

Tatamagouche Centre


This eco-spirituality retreat will use hands-on experiences of nature to build (and rebuild) our connections with creation, providing opportunities to practice and share with each other. We will explore prayer and meditation techniques that energize hope, enthusiasm and non-violence in our lives and in our world. A special feature of this retreat is the facilitator's use of the nature photography of her father, Canada's highly acclaimed landscape photographer, Malak Karsh. 

This retreat will be of special interest to those who desire a deeper spiritual connection with the natural world. 

Leadership: Marianne Karsh is a Professional Forester, author, researcher and retreat leader. She works at the Ignatius Jesuit Centre as an ecology and spirituality educator. She is also the director of Arborvitae (www.arborvitae.org), an educational ministry that focuses on improving human-earth relations, by helping people to connect spirituality and creation. Marianne has been giving seminars and leading nature and spirituality field trips since the early 1980's. Among her writings in this area is "Trees, Forestry and the Responsiveness of Creation", published in This Sacred Earth: Religion, Nature and the Environment (1996). 

Cost: $310 (includes program, meals, accommodations)


To register, or for more information, please contact Tatamagouche Centre at 1- 800-218-2220 or www.tatacentre.ca

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