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Nourishing Spirituality in Contemporary Life

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A Lenten Day of Reflection 

Take a little more time during this Lenten Season to BE NOURISHED by your soul.

This retreat will be:
• Evocative  • Experiential and Contemplative  • Self-reflective and Reflecting with Others  • Prayer Experiences

What is spirituality? How do you feed your spirit? How much time and effort do we give to our spiritual wellbeing? What’s missing?

Blessed are the poor who know their need to grow, they shall surely find space. Unfortunately, our society is in desperate flight from silence and solitude. We search for happiness in compulsive ways but, if we pay attention, our world is filled with the presence of God. “I am convinced that all human beings have an inborn desire for God…this desire is our deepest longing and our most precious treasure.” (Gerald May) Blessed are the poor who seek to find God, they shall surely meet themselves.

In this Saturday Lenten Day of Reflection we will reflect upon the following themes:
• GROWTH: human and spiritual  • SELF: image and shadow  • RELATIONSHIP: Blessed are they who seek God, they shall find other seekers.

Reflection materials are sourced from psychology, poetry, and scripture in addition to other modes of media (music, video). Content provided will increase awareness of one’s own religious/spiritual assumptions and biases in addition to fostering radical hospitality and transformative kinship. What will this Lenten Day of Reflection say to your head, to your heart, to your hands? Come and see.

Please bring a journal/paper and pen. Reservations are required.

About Presenter

Pat is a business associate at The Center for Stress Management, Katy, Texas.  She has been a catechist and retreat director for many years both in the U.S. and overseas as well as full time staff in parishes for more than ten years, including eight years as RCIA/Adult Faith Coordinator for St. Laurence Catholic Church, Sugar Land, Texas. She is a certified spiritual director through the Houston Cenacle and is on the volunteer staff of the Emmaus Spirituality Center in Houston. Pat is married and mother of six adult children and grandmother to nine.

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