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Miriam Therese MacGillis

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Background Information

Employment History

Sustainable Lawrence Inc

Program Coordinator and Art Editor

Newark Archdiocese

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
Earth Ethics Institute

Member
Dominican Sisters

Trustee
Ridge and Valley Conservancy Inc

Member of Advisory Board
Timberlake Farm Inc

Co-Founder
Riverdale Center of Religious Research

Co-Founder
Passionist Fr. Thomas Berry

Founder
Ecology Center

Co-Founder
Genesis Farm

Education

Masters

University of Notre Dame

Web References (200 Total References)


Thomas Berry

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Miriam Therese MacGillis , October 1, 2005

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Miriam Therese MacGillis
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Miriam Therese MacGillis is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey. She lives and works at Genesis Farm, which she co-founded in 1980 with the sponsorship of her Dominican congregation.
Miriam received her Masters in Art from the University of Notre Dame and has taught art at the high school and college levels. In 1973, she became coordinator of Peace and Justice Education for the Newark Archdiocese. In1976 she joined the staff of Global Education Associates as program coordinator and art editor of their publication, "The Whole Earth Papers.
Miriam describes Genesis Farm as a learning center where people of good will are welcome to search for more authentic ways to live in harmony with the natural world and each other.
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Miriam describes herself as having been formed by the three rivers which have shaped the regions of New Jersey where she has lived her life. She was born and lived her first 17 years in Bayonne, a small industrial city, separated from Manhattan by the Hudson River as it moves through its estuaries across the sweep of the New York Harbor. When she was 7 years old, her family began to clear a home-site in a heavily wooded area along the Musconetcong River in what was then a rural and sparsely settled region of northwestern New Jersey. On weekends and throughout the summer, they worked together to build a small cabin, and Miriam's childhood was deeply influenced by summers spent in the forests and fields of that watershed and the challenges of living for years without water nor electricity. Since 1980, she has lived along the Paulinskill River as it flows through the same watershed on its way to the upper Delaware River. Genesis Farm takes its place within a community of people and organizations working to preserve the wildlife, farms and rural communities of this highly threatened region.
Miriam lectures extensively and has conducted workshops in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
She invites us to see ourselves as a living part of a living cosmos, alive with love and connection. Her message is timely and timeless, spirited and inclusive.


Thomas Berry

www.thomasberry.org [cached]

Miriam Therese MacGillis

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Miriam Therese MacGillis
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Miriam Therese MacGillis
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Miriam Therese MacGillis is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey. She lives and works at Genesis Farm, which she co-founded in 1980 with the sponsorship of her Dominican congregation.
Miriam received her Masters in Art from the University of Notre Dame and has taught art at the high school and college levels. In 1973, she became coordinator of Peace and Justice Education for the Newark Archdiocese. In1976 she joined the staff of Global Education Associates as program coordinator and art editor of their publication, "The Whole Earth Papers.
Miriam describes Genesis Farm as a learning center where people of good will are welcome to search for more authentic ways to live in harmony with the natural world and each other.
...
Miriam describes herself as having been formed by the three rivers which have shaped the regions of New Jersey where she has lived her life. She was born and lived her first 17 years in Bayonne, a small industrial city, separated from Manhattan by the Hudson River as it moves through its estuaries across the sweep of the New York Harbor. When she was 7 years old, her family began to clear a home-site in a heavily wooded area along the Musconetcong River in what was then a rural and sparsely settled region of northwestern New Jersey. On weekends and throughout the summer, they worked together to build a small cabin, and Miriam's childhood was deeply influenced by summers spent in the forests and fields of that watershed and the challenges of living for years without water nor electricity. Since 1980, she has lived along the Paulinskill River as it flows through the same watershed on its way to the upper Delaware River. Genesis Farm takes its place within a community of people and organizations working to preserve the wildlife, farms and rural communities of this highly threatened region.
Miriam lectures extensively and has conducted workshops in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
She invites us to see ourselves as a living part of a living cosmos, alive with love and connection. Her message is timely and timeless, spirited and inclusive.


Conscious Design Conference

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Miriam Therese MacGillis is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey. She lives and works at Genesis Farm, which she co-founded in 1980 with the sponsorship of her Dominican congregation.

Miriam received her Masters in Art from the University of Notre Dame and has taught art at the high school and college levels. In 1973, she became coordinator of Peace and Justice Education for the Newark Archdiocese. In1976 she joined the staff of Global Education Associates as program coordinator and art editor of their publication, "The Whole Earth Papers.
Miriam describes Genesis Farm as a learning center where people of good will are
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Miriam describes herself as having been formed by the three rivers which have shaped the regions of New Jersey where she has lived her life. She was born and lived her first 17 years in Bayonne, a small industrial city, separated from Manhattan by the Hudson River as it moves through its estuaries across the sweep of the New York Harbor. When she was 7 years old, her family began to clear a home-site in a heavily wooded area along the Musconetcong River in what was then a rural and sparsely settled region of northwestern New Jersey. On weekends and throughout the summer, they worked together to build a small cabin, and Miriam's childhood was deeply influenced by summers spent in the forests and fields of that watershed and the challenges of living for years without water nor electricity. Since 1980, she has lived along the Paulinskill River as it flows through the same watershed on its way to the upper Delaware River. Genesis Farm takes its place within a community of people and organizations working to preserve the wildlife, farms and rural communities of this highly threatened region.
Miriam lectures extensively and has conducted workshops in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.
She invites us to see ourselves as a living part of a living cosmos, alive with love and connection. Her message is timely and timeless, spirited and inclusive.


October 2008 Issue

www.consciousdesignmagazine.com [cached]

Miriam Therese MacGillis is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey. She lives and works at Genesis Farm, which she co-founded in 1980 with the sponsorship of her Dominican congregation. Miriam received her Masters in Art from the University of Notre Dame and has taught art at the high school and college levels. In 1973, she became coordinator of Peace and Justice Education for the Newark Archdiocese. In1976 she joined the staff of Global Education Associates as program coordinator and art editor of their publication, "The Whole Earth Papers. Miriam describes Genesis Farm as a learning center where people of good will are welcome to search for more authentic ways to live in harmony with the natural world and each other. The farm practices Biodynamic methods of agriculture, which are in tune with the natural rhythms of Earth. It was one of the early pioneers in converting to Community-Supported Agriculture, (CSA) is a movement which has expanded across the country. . Miriam also coordinates programs exploring the work of Thomas Berry as he has interpreted the New Cosmology. An Earth Literacy program at Genesis Farms offers accreditation for both graduate and undergraduate students. Genesis Farm takes its place within a community of people and organizations working to preserve the wildlife, farms and rural communities of this highly threatened region. Miriam lectures extensively and has conducted workshops in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.

She invites us to see ourselves as a living part of a living cosmos, alive with love and connection. Her message is timely and timeless, spirited and inclusive.


Miriam Therese MacGillis ...

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Miriam Therese MacGillis

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Miriam Therese MacGillis, O.P.
Miriam Therese MacGillis is a member of the Dominican Sisters of Caldwell, New Jersey.She lives and works at Genesis Farm, which she co-founded in 1980 with the sponsorship of her Dominican congregation.
Miriam received her Masters in Art from the University of Notre Dame and has taught art at the high school and college levels.In 1973, she became coordinator of Peace and Justice Education for the Newark Archdiocese.In 1976 she joined the staff of Global Education Associates as program coordinator and art editor of their publication, "The Whole Earth Papers".
Miriam describes Genesis Farm as a learning center where people of good will are welcome to search for more authentic ways to live in harmony with the natural world and each other.
...
Miriam describes herself as having been formed by the three rivers which have shaped the regions of New Jersey where she has lived her life.She was born and lived her first 17 years in Bayonne, a small industrial city, separated from Manhattan by the Hudson River as it moves through its estuaries across the sweep of New York Harbor.When she was 7 years old, her family began to clear a home-site in a heavily wooded area along the Musconetcong River in what was then a rural and sparsely settled region of northwestern New Jersey.On weekends and throughout the summer, they worked together to build a small cabin, and Miriam's childhood was deeply influenced by summers spent in the forests and fields of that watershed and the challenges of living for years with neither water nor electricity.Since 1980, she has lived along the Paulinskill River as it flows through the same watershed on its way to the upper Delaware River.Genesis Farm takes its place within a community of people and organizations working to preserve the wildlife, farms and rural communities of this highly threatened region.
Miriam lectures extensively and has conducted workshops in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and the Pacific.

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