The Liminal Space in Between the Holiday Rituals: When None of the Festivals Really Fit

I live in Melbourne, Australia. We don’t have such a strong culture of the “holidays” (plural) as in the United States and other places - our language is still about “Christmas” and the undercurrent of colonial Christianity endures in an unconscious privileging of the Christian rituals. A “secular” Christmas is most commonly imagined as a … Continue reading The Liminal Space in Between the Holiday Rituals: When None of the Festivals Really Fit

Michelle Trebilcock (Episode 9 Part 1)

I chat with Michelle Trebilcock, Ph.D. Michelle is an Anglican Priest and Chaplain at the Brotherhood of St. Laurence in Melbourne, Australia. She's also a contributor to a new book on Liminality titled, Neither Here nor There: The Many Voices of Liminality. Michelle and I explored spirituality and meditation, ritual vs. ceremony, instability, the future … Continue reading Michelle Trebilcock (Episode 9 Part 1)