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Mary Stewart Adams’ Inaugural Address as General Secretary October 9, 2023[1] [1] This is a transcript of a spoken address. Thank you, John, and the entire council. And thank you everyone here in the Ann Arbor, Michigan community and everyone who is online. This is a tremendous moment. And I think it’s not surprising that…

Closing Remarks from the AGM, October 9, 2023

Greetings Members, Colleagues, Friends, I am inwardly full from my recent days at the World Goetheanum Conference (1000 people, 50 countries) and my final meetings with General Secretaries and Country Representatives from around the world. These dear colleagues are present for me in my heart along with you members, and the many who have crossed…

From the General Secretary

Anthroposophy is a path of inquiry, a way of being in the world, and of service to the world. So, it matters how we form social foundations out of interest in matters of the world as well as the beings of the spiritual world. One aspect of this anthroposophical inquiry is that within this inquiry…

From the General Secretary

February 12, 2022

Rudolf Steiner intended for anthroposophy to be a source of spiritual insight and renewal for practical work in the world.

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Director of Programs

January 5, 2022

After conducting a national search, The Leadership Team and General Council are delighted to announce the appointment of Tess Parker as the new Director of Programs for the Anthroposophical Society in the US. Tess will serve with Deb Abrahams-Dematte and Katherine…

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Epic of Gilgamesh: Holy Nights 2021-22

December 7, 2021

We are looking forward to the Holy Nights, a time when we can turn inward and retreat from “busyness” as usual. This year, we are excited to host a special program during this time, a storytelling event that will bring…

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GivingTuesday/End of Year Appeal

November 30, 2021

Dear Friends, Warm Thanksgiving greetings to you, from all of us here at the Anthroposophical Society in the US. We are so very grateful for you, our members and friends. Thank you for being a bearer of this healing work in the…

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From the General Secretary

November 10, 2021

November 2021 Dear Members & Friends, The mind thinks it loves; the heart loves before the thought. I cannot begin this letter without first recognizing the innovative efforts, good will, and inspired colleagues that made our Annual Conference in October, Building…

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In Honor of Your Birthday

September 26, 2021

Peter Selg wrote in May, in Das Goetheanum, in honor of the 102nd birthday of Dr. Traute Page

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Changes Afoot: Council Chair’s Update

September 17, 2021

Departures and new members on the General Council

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Job Posting: Director of Programs

September 10, 2021

The Anthroposophical Society in America (US) is seeking a Director of Programs to start immediately.

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Applied Anthroposophy Course 2021

Applied Anthroposophy Course 2021-2022!

August 18, 2021

The Applied Anthroposophy Course (AAC) explores the urgent issues of our time and awakens meaning through the lens of spiritual philosophy, inner reflection, and outer action.

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From the General Secretary

August 6, 2021

With the grace of a broad enough shift in pandemic mood and practices, I was able to begin writing this post from the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, where I was participating in the postponed spring meeting of the General Secretaries and Country Representatives.

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Council Chair’s update

July 9, 2021

Thanks to Laura Scappaticci, Tess Parker carrying programs, planning the future….

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Fall Conference + AGM, Oct 7-10

June 28, 2021

REGISTER NOW for our fall conference and members’ meeting, Oct 7-10. Keynote presentations by Michaela Glöckler, Brian Gray, and Michael Lipson

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