Weekdays, 8-8:20 am, come to Rockefeller for twenty minutes of meditation (with yoga poses on Wednesdays) before heading to class
My Body & Soul
Every other Wednesday from January 28, 4:30 pm
Ida Noyes 034
What does religion have to do with promoting a positive body image? This interfaith discussion group navigates the complex ways that religious teachings and practices affect our relationships with our bodies.
Every Thursday, 3-5 pm, Ida Noyes Hall 034
Inhale. Exhale. Repeat. Take a deep breath during a busy week, day, or quarter. Talk with a friend, draw a mandala, enjoy the quiet of the meditation space, or hang out with Spiritual Life staff—every breath is yours. Light refreshments.
Common Conversations create space for dialogues about religion and social justice in the public sphere, including current events at UChicago and beyond. Timely and relevant: locations and dates are announced as events are scheduled! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Rockefeller Chapel: hub of spiritual
life at the University of Chicago
Tuesday January 27, 4:30 pm
Ida Noyes Hall, Max Palevsky Cinema
A Song for You tells the story of director Sharon Karp’s parents, George and Gisela Karp, escaping the Nazis with their infant daughter over the course of five harrowing years, crossing the Pyrenees on foot with the help of the French Resistance.
Director Sharon Karp and co-director Silvia Malagrino will be present at the screening and discussion.
Followed by a post-film dinner discussion led by Interfaith Dialogue (RSO), in Ida Noyes 034.
Note: The Karps’ second daughter, Erica, is a member of the University of Chicago community: she is the spouse of University Carillonneur Wylie Crawford. Wylie and Erica will be present at the discussion, and Erica appears in the film! A Song for You is a part of the Spiritual Life's winter film series.