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Dignity: From Founding to Flourishing Dignity LA 50th Anniversary Celebration

The following is a transcript of the speech for Dignity Los Angeles’ 50th Anniversary Celebration By Mary E. Hunt October 12, 2019 There are 3 Bs to after-dinner speeches—Be brief, Be witty, Be seated. Tonight I will add three Cs to the mix—Congratulations, Context, and Challenge in my remarks that I have entitled “Dignity—From Founding […]

July 2019 WATERritual: Hand in Hand: Imagine

July 2019 WATERritual  Hand in Hand: Imagine  By Diann L. Neu and the WATER staff Blessed are these hands when they… Imagine the many ways you are connected to family, friends, and colleagues around the world. Hands reach out and link you to others.  This liturgy invites you to imagine yourself hand in hand with […]

WATERtalk Notes: “However Long the Night: Making Meaning in a Time of Crisis, A Spiritual Journey of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)”

Notes from WATERtalks: Feminist Conversations in Religion Series “However Long the Night: Making Meaning in a Time of Crisis, A Spiritual Journey of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR)”  An hour-long teleconference with  Annmarie Sanders Wednesday, July 10, 2019 1 to 2 p.m. ET Mary E. Hunt Introduction: Like all of WATER’s efforts, our purpose […]

June 2019 WATERritual: Pride and Equality Month: Grateful, Proud, and Connected

June 2019 WATERritual  Pride and Equality Month: Grateful, Proud, and Connected  By Diann L. Neu and the WATER Staff June is Pride and Equality Month, and most major cities in the United States and throughout the world celebrate Pride Day. LGBTQIA+ people have a powerful impact on local, national, and international history.  This liturgy celebrates […]