Religious, Spiritual & Ethical Life hosts Interfaith Week March 25-April 1! See link for full schedule of events.
Mission: Joy – an interfaith film screening
Office for Religious, Spiritual & Ethical Life
Sign up to receive a free link to view the film on your own or with friends between April 1-3, and then join us for Joy Week themed events April 4-8.
Film Description: Deeply moving and laugh-out-loud funny, Mission: JOY is a documentary with unprecedented access to the unlikely friendship of two international icons who transcend religion: His Holiness the Dalai Lama & Archbishop Tutu. In their final joint mission, these self-described mischievous brothers give a master class in how to create joy in a world that was never easy for them. They offer neuroscience-backed wisdom to help each of us live with more joy, despite circumstances.
For more information, contact Callista Isabelle
Decolonizing Mindfulness, Mindful Decolonization and Social Work Futurities
Presented by the Mindfulness Working Group at WashU, the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Equity and the Kathryn M. Buder Center for American Indian Studies
3:00-4:30 p.m., Virtual event
Dr. Michael Yellow Bird, drawing on his pioneering work on Indigenous Mindfulness, will discuss the positive effects of mindfulness interventions and how they can support social work values, healing practices, and improve well-being.
Catholic Student Union
6:00 p.m., the Catholic Student Center, 6352 Forsyth
Fish Fry is a traditional Lenten dinner in Catholic and Christian communities. A dinner where we enjoy fish when in Lent we abstain from meat on Fridays. All are welcome.