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Event:**VIRTUAL* The Luminous Gospels: Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and Philip
Date:January 21st-23rd, 2022.

The Luminous Gospels: Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and Philip

Join us for a weekend of teaching and practice, exploring the early Christian Wisdom Gospels of Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and Philip.  These texts came to light in the mid-20th century and give us new insight into the development of early Christianity, the metaphysics undergirding Jesus' teaching, and the apostolic authority of Mary Magdalene.  Taken together, they offer a map of the human journey from timelessness into time, and finally into conscious union—a journey that unfolds within what Jesus calls "the bridal chamber" of the heart.

Virtual cost: $200.00

 

RETREAT SCHEDULE

Friday, January 14

TIME

EVENT

7:00 -8:30PM

Opening session

 

Saturday, January 15

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EVENT

10:00-11:30AM

Second session

12NOON – 12:30PM

BREAK

2:30 – 3:30PM

Third session

3:30 – 5:30PM

BREAK

5:30 – 7:00PM

Fourth session

Evening

Free time

 

Sunday, January 16

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EVENT

10:00:00-11:30AM

Closing session

 

 

Facilitated by Rev. Matthew Wright

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Rev. Matthew Wright is an Episcopal priest, writer, and retreat leader working to renew the Christian Wisdom tradition. He serves as priest-in-charge at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Woodstock, NY and is a teacher for Northeast Wisdom and The Contemplative Society, non-profits rooted in the teaching lineage of Cynthia Bourgeault.  Matthew lives with his wife, Yanick, alongside the brothers of Holy Cross Monastery in West Park, NY.

 




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Do What I Can
If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain: If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain,
Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain.
— Emily Dickinson