Tag Archives: The Janus Project

Janus Project Spring Seminar 2017: The Unwanted, Unexpected Journey

The Cedar Tree Institute in cooperation with Bell Hospital presents: Janus Project Spring Seminar 2017 Friday, March 31st, 6 PM – Sunday, April 2nd, 3 PM Big Bay, Michigan The Unwanted, Unexpected Journey Living With Neurological Disorders Continuing-Education Event for … Continue reading

Winter 2017 Ecotone Newsletter

While visiting our two-year old granddaughter a few days ago in Chicago, she panicked. We were immersed in family tradition, setting up Christmas decorations, when she announced with a shout of sudden dismay, “Baby Jesus is lost!” All six of … Continue reading

Spring 2016 Equinox Newsletter

This morning, like many of you, I turned a faucet on in our kitchen and welcomed a stream of fresh, clean water. Not so for a majority of our planet’s inhabitants. And not so, catastrophically, for citizens of Flint, Michigan. … Continue reading

Janus Project Spring Seminar 2016: The Wounded Healer

The Cedar Tree Institute in cooperation with Bell Hospital presents: Janus Project Spring Seminar 2016 April 15-17, 2016 Big Bay, Michigan The Wounded Healer Increasing Effective Communication in Patient and Pastoral Care Empathy, Therapeutic Alliance, and Self-Awareness An interdisciplinary continuing … Continue reading

The Cedar Tree Institute’s Midsummer Celebration 2015

The Cedar Tree Institute oversees many ongoing projects and works in collaboration with local and regional groups year round. The Midsummer Celebration is a way to bring together all the people who help make these projects and initiatives happen.

Fall 2013 Equinox Newsletter

Seasonal Notes from the Cedar Tree Institute I’m sitting at a table in the Falling Rock Café, an old wood-framed bookstore a block or two from a harbor in a sleepy mill town 40 miles east of Marquette. Townsfolk, university … Continue reading

Spring 2013 Equinox Newsletter

Seasonal Notes from the Cedar Tree Institute One blustery, overcast winter afternoon I sat with a retired Roman Catholic Bishop in his modest, comfortable, wood-paneled office. We talked about traditions of recognizing and blessing saints, acknowledging individuals who once lived … Continue reading

Spring 2012 Equinox Newsletter

Seasonal Notes from the Cedar Tree Institute Recently a group of us visited the Hannahville Indian Reservation. We were planning an upcoming native plants restoration project when our host made a passing casual remark about the community’s upcoming Bear Feast. … Continue reading