Nov FFE Eco-Speaker Sr Gail Worcelo

“In moments of confusion such as at present, we are not left simply with our own rational contrivances. We are supported by the ultimate powers of the Universe as they make themselves present to us through the spontaneities within our own beings…by means of story and shared dream experience.”
— Thomas Berry from The Dream of Earth

Join us through Zoom on Tuesday, Nov 9 at 7pm Central, when we welcome Sister Gail Worcelo to speak. During our time together we will inquire into the question posed by Thomas Berry in his book, The Dream of the Earth:What is the Earth Community asking of me/us?” Through images, story and direct experience, we will seek guidance from the Earth community for our individual and collective lives and way into the future. To receive the Zoom link via email, please register through our website. We ask that you start logging in by 6:45 Central, so that we can begin promptly at 7pm.

Sister Gail’s Bio:
Gail Worcelo is a Catholic sister and a co-founder (along with Bernadette Bostwick and the late Passionist priest and cultural historian Thomas Berry), of Sisters of the Earth Community whose mission is: Honoring and Protecting Earth as a Single Sacred Community. Currently the community has a worldwide base of Partners in Mission, and sisters located in Vermont, USA, as well as in Indonesia and Kenya. Sister Gail travels around the world offering retreats and programs on the Spirituality of Earth and Cosmos, Interspecies Communication and our Place in the Story of the Universe. Sister Gail is a Liturgical dancer, and has a passion for the theater arts and bringing beauty to the world.