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2018 Event Schedule

Spring 2018

March 3
Women’s Morning of Reflection
St. Elizabeth Ann Church
Omaha, Nebraska

Contact:
Jo Kusek
kusek9212@yahoo.com
402-572-0369

The Liberated Heart: Becoming a Transforming Presence of Love

Each day we begin again to be a person of great love. In this process of continual spiritual growth, we meet up with the joy and wonder of life. We also encounter endless activity, non-awareness, personal weaknesses, difficulties and unexpected turns on the road. In befriending these barriers and obstacles we discover and claim our inner goodness, and take this with us as we live ever more compassionately in a world filled with suffering.

March 16–18
Los Angeles Religious Education Congress
Anaheim, California

Contact:
jcpedroza@la-archdiocese.org
213-637-7352
www.recongress.org

Self-Compassion in an Era of Endless Activity

The person that church ministers often forget to be kind to be their own self. They diligently tend to others and what needs to be done and get lost in the dust-storm of activity. While a focus on service defines a disciple of Christ, if attentive presence is not given to the one who serves, a dedicated sense of purpose can easily slide into fatigue and burn-out. Come, give yourself the gift of being re-inspired and refreshed as Joyce Rupp shares how Jesus was self-compassionate and how those who serve in his name can do likewise.

Coming out of Exile: Welcoming What our Spirit is Missing

As we grow into wholeness we discover within ourselves aspects that need to be recognized, accepted, and integrated into our lives. How do we call home these vital qualities and unwanted aspects of self that have been lost, ignored, forgotten, forced away or rejected? As we discover these banished facets of ourselves and welcome them as sources for our inner growth, we cultivate an ability to be a catalyst for spiritual transformation and transmitter of peace in our personal and ministerial life.

April 10
Evening Retreat
Shalom Retreat Center
Dubuque, Iowa

Boundless Compassion

Contact:
Marci Blum, OSF
mblum@shalomretreats.org
www.shalomretreats.org/retreats
563-582-3592, ext. 12

Boundless Compassion: Creating a Way of Life

In an era of violence, hostility and a “them or us” attitude, how can the wide divisions and enmities be lessened? What will it take to draw forth the loving-kindness inherent within one’s self and others?  What can be done to enable activation of the teachings of Jesus in order to live more compassionately?  Joyce Rupp will present a vision of life based on the Gospels with a compassionate approach to societal issues today. This mini-retreat flows from her recently published book, Boundless Compassion. The retreat offers practical approaches to changing hearts and re-invigorating hope amid the current cultural quagmire of discouragement.

April 16
Evening Retreat
Christ the King Church
Moline, Illinois

Contact:
Bobbie Bussan, OSB
rbussan@smmsisters.org
www.smmsisters.org/retreats
309-283-2109

Boundless Compassion: Creating a Way of Life

In an era of violence, hostility and a “them or us” attitude, how can the wide divisions and enmities be lessened? What will it take to draw forth the loving-kindness inherent within one’s self and others?  What can be done to enable activation of the teachings of Jesus in order to live more compassionately?  Joyce Rupp will present a vision of life based on the Gospels with a compassionate approach to societal issues today. This mini-retreat flows from her recently published book, Boundless Compassion. The retreat offers practical approaches to changing hearts and re-invigorating hope amid the current cultural quagmire of discouragement.

May 16 -19
Maryknoll Retreat
Lima, Peru

The Liberated Heart

Summer 2018

June 24–28
Boundless Compassion Retreat
Schuyler, Nebraska

Contact:  Margaret Stratman, OSM
402-951-3026
stratman@osms.org
www.osms.org

Fall 2018

September 8
San Damiano Retreat Center
Danville, California

Contact:  Lisa Briones
925-837-9141 ext 303
lisab@sandamiano.org
http://sandamiano.org

Coming Out of Exile: Welcoming Home What Our Spirit Is Missing

As we grow into wholeness we discover within ourselves aspects that need to be recognized, accepted, and integrated into our life. How do we call home these parts of ourselves that have been lost, ignored, forgotten, forced away or rejected? As we discover these banished aspects of ourselves and welcome them as catalysts for our spiritual transformation, we grow in assisting social transformation and contributing to greater peace in both our self and others.  Joyce will encourage a compassionate calling forth of what has been displaced by the use of song, prayer, presentations, quiet reflection, journaling, and dialogue.

October 20
Siena Retreat Center
Racine, Wisconsin

Contact:
Claire Anderson
retreats@racinedominicans.org
www.sienaretreatcenter.org
262-898-2590

Coming Out of Exile: Welcoming Home What Our Spirit Is Missing

As we grow into wholeness we discover within ourselves aspects that need to be recognized, accepted, and integrated into our lives. How do we call home these parts of ourselves that have been lost, ignored, forgotten, forced away or rejected? As we discover these banished aspects of ourselves and welcome them as catalysts for our spiritual transformation, we grow in assisting social transformation and contributing to greater peace in both our self and others.  Joyce will encourage a compassionate calling forth of what has been displaced by the use of song, prayer, presentations, quiet reflection, journaling, and dialogue.

November 3 
Bon Secours Retreat Center
Mariottsville, Maryland

Contact: Jennifer Murphy
Jennifer_Murphy@rccbonsecours.com
www.RCCBonSecours.com
410-442-3146

Coming Out of Exile: Welcoming Home What Our Spirit Is Missing

As we grow into wholeness we discover within ourselves aspects that need to be recognized, accepted, and integrated into our life. How do we call home these parts of ourselves that have been lost, ignored, forgotten, forced away or rejected? As we discover these banished aspects of ourselves and welcome them as catalysts for our spiritual transformation, we grow in assisting social transformation and contributing to greater peace in both our self and others.  Joyce will encourage a compassionate calling forth of what has been displaced by the use of song, prayer, presentations, quiet reflection, journaling, and dialogue.