• Stations of the Cross of Nonviolence

    Last Friday, Agape attended the annual Stations of the Cross of Nonviolence in front of the Boston State House.                                                                           […]

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  • Long Term Opportunities!

    We are in a transition period at Agape, and the call goes out to folks who are interested in long-term residency and membership in our community. If you would like to join us for more than just the summer, take a look at the Agape lifestyle and read more information here:http://new.agapecommunity.org/long-term-opportunities/

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  • Summer Internship Opportunities!

    It is Spring at Agape and Summer isn’t far behind! At Agape we are already planning for summer internships. We are flexible with start dates and you may intern here for a few weeks or the whole summer. Take a look at what we have to offer during the vibrant summer season!

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  • Catholic Worker Conference at Holy Cross

    Last week, Suzanne, Brayton, and Matt, Agape’s newest resident, traveled to Worcester for a Catholic Worker Conference hosted by Holy Cross. The event allowed regional Catholic Worker communities to share their stories. They met up with many familiar faces and friends of Agape. Below: Suzanne, Claire Schaeffer-Duffy, Robert Ellsberg and Brayton. Claire Schaeffer Duffy is […]

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  • Agape Welcomes New Mission Council Members

    After a year of discernment and participating in Mission Council meetings, Agape welcomes 7 new Mission Council members now committed to our advisory board, which meets four times per year and has the important task of making decisions about Agape’s goals, vision and future, as well as the planning of Francis Day. Thank you, Kate, Alicen, […]

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  • International Women’s Day & The Peace Pagoda

    Yesterday, March 8, was International Women’s Day. Suzanne and Brayton traveled to Smith College in Northampton to give a presentation entitled Loving our Planet: Sustainability, Spirituality, and the Ethic of Care. Suzanne also spoke about eco-feminism. Before the talk, she wrote: “As Brayton and I prepare to go to Smith College for a presentation on “Loving Our […]

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  • Early March Reflections

    We are already into our first week of March, and it has certainly been “March-like:” crisp, clear days and wind! Spring is just 17 days away… Suzanne, Brayton and Dixon joined the Veterans for Peace this past Saturday to stand with their Muslim friends against the targeting, hatred, bigotry, and Islamophobia directed towards the Muslim […]

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  • Celebrating St. Brigid at Agape

    On a cold February evening, with a layer of fresh snow covering the frozen ground, friends of Agape, some long-time and some new, gathered to celebrate St. Brigid of Kildare, patron saint of poetry, Ireland, and midwives. Suzanne led us through a ceremony honoring Brigid as we stood beside Agape’s straw bale house built in […]

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  • Long-term Opportunities

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  • Introducing the Agape Blog!

    In the hopes of keeping everyone updated events and happenings here at Agape, we are launching a blog! Watch this space for events of importance here and elsewhere, photos, our take on world events, what’s growing in the Agape garden, what we’re cooking, and more! Stay tuned because next week we’ll share goings-on from our […]

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