Articles by Katie Gordon
By Hannah Marazzi with Katie Gordon
May 8, 2019
Surprised and refreshed by her first encounter with a religious sister, Katie Gordon talks to Convivium’s Hannah Marazzi about the generative possibilities that could emerge from bringing religious nuns and religious nones together across generations and affiliations.
KG: I would like your readers to wonder how inter-generational relationships or friendships are showing up in their lives? I didn't have an elder figure in my life until I had Sisters Katie Gordon: The Nuns and Nones project emerged from a curiosity of what would happen between Sisters and Millennials if they were able to be in a room with one another One thing that has emerged out of nearly every gathering we've hosted is this identification of the Sisters' deep question about the future of their community In turn, millennials are asking, “What are the structures of community that can hold us?” We're learning a lot in the model of Sisters C: As I understand it, there appear to be three different components to this project: the building of community, a research initiative, and a pilot residency