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Cambridge workshops explore Eucharistic imagination

The Margaret Beaufort Institute in Cambridge is putting on four interactive workshops about the way the pandemic has changed our sacramental imagination. Sue Price reports.

Covid-19 created a worldwide pandemic which drastically altered our participation in the Mass, our primary Eucharistic Liturgy. How have our eucharistic imaginations been awakened and/or strengthened in these last few months?  What has changed or improved about how we minister to others?  How has our virtual participation shifted our perception of ecclesia?

These workshops are designed to explore how sacramental imagination is embedded in scripture, tradition, conciliar documents, and the works of spiritual writers; how ritual leads to transcendent encounters with the living God; and how an enlivened eucharistic imagination can become a paradigm for life, ministry, and ecclesial relationships. 

The four interactive online workshops will be facilitated by Dr Melanie-Préjean Sullivan (Research Associate for the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology), They will take place on June 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 2.00 – 4.00pm, with a cost of £20 per workshop.

To apply please email mbitadm@hermes.cam.ac.uk



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