n. A time when conditions are right for the accomplishment of a crucial action; the opportune and decisive moment.
KAIROS: Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives is a Canadian faith-based ecumenical organization effecting social change through advocacy, education and research programs in: Indigenous Rights, Ecological Economy, Women of Courage, Resource & Rights, and Watershed Discipleship. These programs are informed by, and networked with, approximately 21 partner organisations in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East; about eighty local grassroots groups across Canada; as well as with countless other organizations, churches and individuals.
Kairos (from Greek καιρός,") is a Roman Catholic retreat program for high school and college. Kairos is part of the larger three-day movement in America, ultimately derived from the Cursillo movement founded in Spain in 1944. As such, the retreat is a four-day, three-night (or three-day, two-night in some cases) residential retreat, with the aim of providing participants the chance to " contemplate God's role in their lives".
Doubt the first. Cry the second. Trust the third. Live the fourth.
It was first held in 1965, and under its current name since 1979. It is conceptually based in Ignatian spirituality, as put forth in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Kairos retreats are organized by several Catholic high schools in the United States, especially Jesuit schools, and since more recently they are also offered by certain schools in Australia, Ireland, Britain and Canada.
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy is a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal covering the fields of computers and writing, composition studies, and digital rhetoric. It was established in 1996, and was the first academic journal to publish multimedia webtexts. Its sister site, Kairosnews, provides an online forum for discussion of issues related to rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy. The editor-in-chief is Douglas Eyman ( George Mason University).
Kairos is the ancient Greek concept of a propitious time for action.
Kairos may also refer to:
KAIROS is an Austrian record label which specialises in contemporary music. Its recordings have received multiple awards including the Diapason d'Or.
Kairos is the twelfth studio album by the Brazilian metal band Sepultura. It was released on June 24, 2011 by independent German record label Nuclear Blast Records. This is the band's first release on the label, marking their first album not released on SPV/ Steamhammer since 2001's Nation.