In this episode, I’m talking to Hilarie Bninski. Hilarie lives in Portland, Oregon, by way of Connecticut, then Washington D.C., then Washington State. Hilarie was a part of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps Northwest for two years, working at a crisis nursery and then a domestic violence shelter while living in an intentional community with other volunteers and practicing the JVC Northwest values of spirituality, simple living, social justice, community and ecological justice. During our conversation, Hilarie talks about the intersection of spirituality and service and describes her month-long pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago.
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