A member of St. Hildegard’s, Cindy Ybarra, along with her son, Michael, and their partner, Sarah Wambold, have submitted a grant proposal to the Episcopal Church USA for funding to move forward their vision of establishing a conservation cemetery in Texas and of promoting conservation burial far beyond. Campo de Estrellas Conservation Cemetery (“CCC”) is a joint project between Cindy, who has […]
Please note: There will not be a liturgy this sunday, August 18th 2019. May we be filled with nature’s beauty and drink deeply to feed our souls in a day of communing with mother earth.
The introductory night of the Kindom Journey began in the relaxed, sheltering atmosphere of the Lodge at Cedarbrake with a meal of hot lentil soup and fresh baked bread prepared by Josefina Castillo and Susan LeVieux. The cooks for all our meals, who were also the retreat leaders, were guided and inspired by Susan who lives to garden for herself […]
Reflections on my two weeks of Curanderismo class at the University of New Mexico. This year I decided to approach my two week commitment to the curanderismo class with a contemplative theme. I took in the ceremonies with an intention of looking “into and beyond,” the obvious responsibilities as a team leader and a member of the curanderismo community. The […]
St. Hildegard’s will offer our annual Lent Silent Retreat March 8-10, 2019 at John Knox Ranch. This silent retreat is for anyone wanting a place to come with the intention of deep listening. It is a time for “being” rather than “doing.” In supportive companionship you are encouraged to “be where you’re at,” and listen to the place that is […]