“Adam Bucko is a devoted Christian contemplative, Episcopal priest, activist, and friend to the poor. He collaborates with spiritual leaders across religious traditions and mentors young people, helping them discover a spiritual life for the 21st century and live in the service of compassion and justice.” -Rohr, CAC Daily Meditation
And about Adam’s book, Fr. Rohr had this to say:
“I am deeply inspired by these words from Adam Bucko…. He is a trustworthy guide to discovering the spiritual life for our century and living in service of compassion and justice.”
In this talk, followed by Q&A, Adam will offer moving reflections, stories and practices designed for anyone trying to live at the intersection of contemplation and justice.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, December 15th!
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We use a gift economy model. The event fee is $20 but you are invited to pay what you can afford (we request a minimum of $5). We also welcome additional contributions to support future Watering Holes and the ongoing work of Illuman.
Father Adam Bucko has been a committed voice in the movement for the renewal of Christian Contemplative Spirituality and the growing New Monastic movement. He has taught engaged contemplative spirituality in Europe and the United States, and has authored Let Your Heartbreak be Your Guide: Lessons in Engaged Contemplation and co-authored Occupy Spirituality: A Radical Vision for a New Generation, and The New Monasticism: An Interspiritual Manifesto for Contemplative Living.
Committed to an integration of contemplation and just practice, he cofounded an award-winning non-profit, the Reciprocity Foundation, where he spent 15 years working with homeless youth living on the streets of New York City, providing spiritual care, developing programs to end youth homelessness, and articulating a vision for spiritual mentoring in a post-religious world. He currently serves as a director of The Center for Spiritual Imagination at the Episcopal Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City, New York, and is a member of “The Community of the Incarnation,” a ‘new monastic’ community dedicated to democratizing the gifts of monastic spirituality and teaching contemplative spirituality, in the context of hearing and responding to the cry of the poor and the cry of the earth.
Adam lives in New York with his wife, Kaira Jewel Lingo, a Buddhist teacher and former nun in the community of Thich Nhat Hanh. Together they lead The Buddhist-Christian Community for Meditation and Action.