Love at the Heart of the Cosmos: Living in Relational Wholeness with Cynthia Bourgeault, Ilia Delio, Ursula King, John Haught, Kathleen Duffy
Conference begins Friday, December 6th, at 5:00pm and ends Sunday, December 8th, at 12:45pm. Onsite attendance is sold out but Livestream tickets are available, including special six month archive access to the recordings.
Join us for the second annual Omega Center conference, in collaboration with the Institute for Religion and Science at Chestnut Hill College, as we seek to harness the energies of love and together renew our world.
This event is committed to Teilhard de Chardin’s vision for “a new religion of the Earth for a new planet of life.” Through engaging presentations, centering prayer practice, small discussion groups, and celebration of Teilhard’s Mass on the World, we will together explore a new story of the whole that can inspire, transform, and give us hope. Presenters are Ilia Delio, Ursula King, John F. Haught, Kathleen Duffy and Cynthia Bourgeault.
Teilhard’s vision of “relational wholeness” sees that all dimensions of life are one co-evolving spirit: matter and energy, nature and humanity, faith and culture, science and spirituality, consciousness and contemplation. It is a living wholeness, a dynamic oneness, that deepens in complexity, consciousness, and convergence as the great cosmic epic proceeds.
Our time is a great turning point in this cosmic history, an era of transformation, a paradigm shift into a new planetary life. Teilhard’s vision offers the beginning of a new story of the whole, a renewed spiritual metanarrative that answers the perennial questions: Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? It is a story that can restore faith in our common humanity, locate our home within the natural beauties of our living planet, and inspire new spiritual forms to make religion the most exciting energy of the 21st century.
Online Livestream attendance will include all plenary talks, the centering prayer session, and Teilhard’s Mass on the World. Small discussion groups will not be included. All livestreaming attendants will receive exclusive, six-month archive access to recordings of the event.