We all long for order in which fairness, justice and compassion for all people is demonstrated by our respective governments. Saint Hildegard had her own “unruly-ness” to the powers of the church by allowing an excommunicated nobleman to be buried in the cemetery at the convent. Whose teaching was she following in taking that unruly action? That teaching is still relevant today.
Now more than ever relevant!
Audiences this past week in Atlanta and Boulder were fired up by Saint Hildegard’s 12th Century activism, creativity and ability to speak her mind from 800 years ago.
Isn’t it time you became unruly?