Feb. 15: A Call to Sabbath A Conversation with Dr. Claire WolfteichNovember 2, 2021 By Event Details Date: Tuesday, Feb 15th, 2022, 12:00 pm Categories: Collegeville Connections Tags: Collegeville Connections Join Collegeville Connections for a conversation with Dr. Claire Wolfteich about Sabbath practices. Pause, breathe, connect, liberate, delight…Come explore what the ancient and countercultural practice of keeping Sabbath might mean today for us as individuals and communities. This webinar will combine presentation and interaction as we explore Sabbath (gift and challenge) in our own contexts and callings. Tuesday, February 15, 2022 12 – 1 PM, Central Time Did you miss this event? Watch the recording below: Dr. Claire Wolfteich is Professor of Practical Theology and Spirituality Studies at Boston University School of Theology, where she teaches courses on spiritual autobiography, Sabbath theology and practice, vocation and work, spiritual direction, and American Catholicism. She also co-directs the Center for Practical Theology and is Project Director of the Creative Callings research grant project and innovation hub, funded by the Lilly Endowment. Dr. Wolfteich’s book publications include Motherwork, Public Leadership, and Women’s Life Writing: Explorations in Spirituality Studies and Practical Theology (Leiden, the Netherlands: Brill Publishers, 2017); Catholic Approaches in Practical Theology: International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives (Leuven, Belgium: Peeters Publishers, 2016), co-edited with Annemie Dillen; the edited volume Invitation to Practical Theology: Catholic Voices and Visions (Paulist Press, 2014); and Sabbath in the City: Sustaining Urban Pastoral Excellence (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2008), co-authored with Bryan P. Stone. Dr. Wolfteich serves on editorial boards for several scholarly journals, including International Journal of Practical Theology and Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality, and for the Theology in Practice book series (Leiden, Netherlands: Brill Publishers).