To Err on the Side of Love: Announcing The Reverend Kathleen Buckley Conference Room for Diversity & Inclusion
“No matter what world we live in now, we are all people of the earth, connected to one another by our mutual humanity.”
~Angeles Arrien, The Four-Fold Way
The Chaplain’s Office is a resource for students exploring spiritual issues. We deal in matters of faith, spirituality, wellness, diversity and social justice. And we pull these themes together under the rubrics of welcome, inclusion and hospitality. Spirituality is central to our lives. At the heart of living well is listening to yourself and others. Listening to your spirit or nurturing your spirit does not necessarily translate to organized religion, though spirituality may overlap with religion or belief in God. Our working definition of spirituality is “that which moves us toward wholeness.” We invite questions about your faith journey. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have a question or want to talk. Because of COVID-19, the Chaplain’s Office recommends that most appointments/one-on-one meetings be done through virtually through teleconferencing (Zoom, FaceTime, telephone). However, if a face-to-face meeting is needed with the University Chaplain or other chapel personnel, please contact us and we will follow the protocols in place to keep us all safe.