Covid19. Re-imagining the future:
The Spirituality and the Charism can help Religious Life to be more generative in this time.
Spirituality is either generative or it is not. All spirituality, in this sense, is a source of life and care. When we speak of “generativity” or “creativity” or “innovation,” where do our desires point? It seems to me that it has to do with generating a new way of situating ourselves, assuming a new lifestyle that cares for the earth and for our brothers and sisters, and, finally, a life at the service to our world with the charismatic mission received.
Teresa Gil Muñoz is a Sister of the Company of Saint Teresa of Jesus. A doctor in Teresian and Spiritual Theology, she defended her doctoral thesis at Comillas Pontifical University on “The Dark Night of Teresa of Jesus. A Phenomenological, Theological, and Mystagogical Approach.”
Sr. Teresa presented this text at the UISG Webinar: Covid19. Re-imagining the future (8 May 2020).
Original in Spanish
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