who attended our

SUMMER INSTITUTE, July 12 to 22, 2014

This year’s teaching events included talks about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the Lutheran pastor martyred in Germany in 1945, a full week on St. Francis of Assisi, and three evenings on St. Therese of Lisieux.

Watch this site in coming weeks as we provide materials from these three teachings. These will be of interest both to those who attended, and those who could not attend.

St Francis

Painting of St.Francis
Cristo Rey Church
Santa Fe

 “How did Francis advance so far? Superficially, his advance looks like regression, because he renounced everything. But deep down, he gained everything by renouncing it all… Thus he became the Little Poor Man, the living image of the Great Poor Man, Jesus. Renouncing everything for Christ gained Christ plus everything… Because Francis buries himself in Christ, you see Christ in Francis. You can love Christ in Francis, because Francis loves Christ in you. “

(Excerpt from the Class Notes, provided by Brother Brian Dybowski for the SFIS 2014 Summer Institute)




3 Responses to Welcome!

  1. Bill O'Donnell says:

    Bro. Brian Dybowski FSC is now appearing every Thursday at 8-9pm on cable TV channel 16 in Santa Fe, NM ….teaching on St. Thomas Aquinas. Past, Present & Future participants in Santa Fe may like to know about it.

    also I have photos of past speakers & participants of the Santa Fe Institute for Spirituality…………..how can I post them in the sfis photo gallery?

    • bamm555 says:

      Bill, thanks for your comments. Please identify the individuals, the event, and the date and send these pictures to me at cwmaisner1839.com. Sherry

  2. Bill O'Donnell says:

    This is the “30th Anniversary” of the Santa Fe Institute for Spirituality. Every year wonderful summer programs have been offered to anyone who would like to attend. We hope you will come this summer. The programs will be announced soon….

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