In this episode Molleen Dupree-Dominguez, a teacher, writer, spiritual director, and podcaster shares how she finds God through her students, new routines, and the changing role of being a teacher in the pandemic.
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“I’m really trying to very intentionally walk them through what that could ever look like to really do those things...to just kinda discover what really serves their spirit and what makes them feel like themselves again.”
Molleen Dupree-Dominguez, M. DIV. (Detroit 1999-00)
Based off of Rumi’s poem “Dance,” Broken Open is a podcast where we dive into how our JVC community has faced the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Looking through the lenses of spirituality, simple living, community, and social justice, we speak with folks who can offer an intentional voice of reflection as they continue to do essential work in vulnerable populations.
Molleen Dupree-Dominguez, M.Div. (she/her) is a teacher, writer, and spiritual director in Oakland, CA. She was a Jesuit Volunteer in Detroit, Michigan in 1999-2000. She hosts a weekly podcast, On a Mission: Conversations with People who Get Real and Go Deep. Find podcast links and more resources to help you get real and go deep with God at molleendupreedominguez.com
Broken Open was produced, written, edited, and hosted by Emily with supervision from Dominique Troy. Graphics by Ethix Merch and original music by Casa Lilian Santiago: Jack Broderick, Roisin Goebelbecker, Jackie Kirsch, Liam O’Toole, Sydney Theis, and Giselle Tolentino.