In sales, when someone is engaged in hiding or shading the truth about what he’s selling, he is said to be “getting creative.”

I’m thinking that definition applies to the “Creative Fidelity” sessions at Xavier University’s Bellarmine Chapel, the last of which takes place tonight.

These sessions are reportedly about “understanding Jesus’ practices that fostered inclusion of women and a communion with God that transcended gender boundaries.” In a curious take on fidelity, participants compose a “personal Creed.”

One of tonight’s panelists was a local organizer for last fall’s “Nuns on the Bus” Obama campaign front.