After traveling to the Holy Land to attend a program called Hakimah at the Tantur Ecumenical Institute, Susan Stabile will be sharing her own observations from this experience with our parish community!
Hakimah explores the role of women in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim texts and traditions. Participants will discover how women in the Holy Land continue to contribute to the cultural, political, and spiritual realities they live in. Participants will also be invited to engage their own experiences and narratives in conversation with women of the Holy Land of the past, present, and future.
In Arabic, Hakimah means a wise woman. In Hebrew, Hokhmah means wisdom. In both Arabic and Hebrew, the word for wisdom is feminine.We hope you will join us for a discussion on this wonderful topic—sign up below!
Susan Stabile is a member of STM and is a spiritual director trained in the Ignatian tradition. She has significant experience giving retreats and other programs of spiritual formation as well as in offering individual spiritual direction. She currently serves as a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the St. Thomas University School of Law and an adjunct Instructor in Theology at St. Catherine’s University.
Please contact Carol Arend, Adult Faith Formation Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the parish office.