Posts tagged with ‘Wild Goose Festival’

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After the Goose, a Rough Week, and Simplicity

by Carl McColman

Dear friends, my apologies for taking such a long time between posts. As you may know, I was at the Wild Goose East Festival June 21-24. Indeed, Jana Riess (author of the delightful book Flunking Sainthood) wrote a very kind piece on her blog about the talk I gave on Sunday morning at the Wild […]

Patheos & the Wild Goose

by Carl McColman

Today Fran and Rhiannon and I are driving up to North Carolina for the second annual Wild Goose Festival. Will we see you there? We’ll be there all day Friday and Saturday and at least part of the day Sunday. I’ll be speaking on Celtic Spirituality Saturday evening, and on “Contemplation as a Subversive Act” […]

My Topics at the Wild Goose Festival

by Carl McColman

It’s only three weeks until the second annual East Coast Wild Goose Festival! I hope you’re making plans to be there — it will be three days of amazing teaching, music, art, and worship, built around the themes of spirituality, art and justice. To learn more about the festival (which takes place in North Caroline June […]

My latest Day1 Post

by Carl McColman

For the “Key Bloggers” feed at www.day1.org, I’ve written a short piece on “Why the Wild Goose Festival Matters.” Please go check it out: www.day1.org/3136-why_the_wild_goose_festival_matters

My favorite moments at the Wild Goose Festival…

by Carl McColman

Here in no particular order are ten moments that mattered to me at the Wild Goose Festival. 1. Hearing Paul Knitter talk about “dual belonging” as a way to integrate Christian faith with wisdom from other traditions. 2. Enjoying the “Wild Goose Brew” with Tim and Suzanne. 3. Doug Pagitt‘s talk about Christianity in the […]

Images from the Wild Goose Festival

by Carl McColman

I’m home from the Wild Goose Festival. What an amazing experience it was! Hopefully I’ll find the time sometime soon to write about the experience. But in the meantime, here are a few photos to give you a glimpse of the experience. The first two photos I took using my iPhone; the other two are […]

Progressive Christianity and Mysticism?

by Carl McColman

In just a few days I will head out to the Wild Goose Festival, where I will be speaking on “Contemplation as a Subversive Act” and participating in a dialogue on the question of “How can I truly love those whose values are hostile to my own?” (riffing on Matthew 5:44). I’m excited about this […]