Catherine Amon


Catherine Amon is a Masters of Divinity student at Berkeley Divinity School at Yale. As a psychotherapist in practice in New York City and New Haven, Conn., and a spiritual retreat leader trained at Mercy Center in Madison, Conn., she is particularly interested in the integration of spirituality, psychotherapy and theological anthropology. She is currently the coordinator of the Committee on Spirituality in the International Society for Schema Therapy. She lives in Guilford, Conn., with her teenage son and English springer spaniel, and she is hoping to be accepted as a postulant in the Diocese of Connecticut.


June 2, 2012

Isaiah 6:1-8 We begin our readings this Trinity Sunday with Isaiah’s inaugural vision and prophetic commission. This passage opens with the unimaginable: Isaiah sees God. And his response – the all too familiar human cry “Woe is me! I...