Miriam Cleary, OSU, and Vivian Feintech
Miriam Cleary, OSU, and Vivian Feintech share about intersections in prayer, listening, justice, and spiritual direction.
Miriam Cleary, OSU, conducts workshops, retreats, and spiritual direction training programs in North, Central, and South America, Africa, India, and the Far East. As a spiritual director, she founded the Center for Spirituality and Justice in 1980. Currently she is a guest presenter and supervisor for the training program now located at Carmel Retreat in Mahwah, New Jersey, USA. The program continues to train spiritual directors with an orientation to a consciousness of the justice dimensions of spirituality.
Vivian Feintech, DMin, is a spiritual director, educator, and licensed marriage and family therapist. She lives in Los Angeles, California, USA, where she companions individuals on their spiritual journey and facilitates groups to share collective wisdom in community.
Questions this video addresses:
a. What role does listening play in spiritual direction?
b. What is the main focus in spiritual direction?
c. What role does prayer play in spiritual direction?