Mercy Week 2021 Generative Dialogue: You’re Invited!
Mercy International Association is excited to announce Opening Doors to an Emerging Future, a new programming experience to be hosted virtually during Mercy week 2021. The staff of MIA will host a six-session generative conversation to connect with our global community and explore the possibilities of the future.
As we move into the third century of living mercy in the spirit of Catherine, MIA seeks to gather the inspirations and energies of the Mercy world. Are you curious about how Catherine’s energy is alive in the world today? What Mercy’s future might be? Are you open to engaging in generative conversations for exploring what is wanting to emerge?
Mercy International Association invites all passionate individuals who feel called to imagine future possibilities on a journey of emergence. This four-day process will be an opportunity to engage in intentional dialogue as we envision the third century of Mercy.
The programme will be facilitated by Lorraine Ste-Marie. Lorraine is a practical theologian and a director and professor in the Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality at Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada. She, along with multiple international speakers, will move participants through a variety of engaging topics and conversations designed to challenge our creativity and identify what is emerging for our Mercy world. The event is open to all members of our Mercy community - sisters, associates, partners in ministry, and friends of Mercy - who are energized by Catherine’s vision. Additional details for the programme along with an RSVP form can be found on our website here. We invite any questions to be directed to: email@example.com.
MIA’s Executive Team