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Jean Vanier
26
Feb
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Ash Wednesday Retreat: Jean Vanier and the Wound of Loneliness

February 26 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Register As we entrust our hearts to these sacred forty days, we will draw on the insight of philosopher, theologian and humanitarian Jean Vanier, who revealed the gift hidden in vulnerability. We will explore the wisdom he learned through those judged the poorest, “We are desperately, infinitely loved as we are.” We will discover the Holy Spirit living at the center of our world’s wound, offering freedom from our egoism, true joy, and the richness of community. Mass will be…

Forgiveness
07
Mar
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Forgiveness: Grace in the Giving and Receiving

March 7 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Register Explore the meaning and substance of forgiveness and its real-life applications to our lives, our relationships, our communities and the world God so loves. We will risk immersing ourselves in dynamic gospel stories that will claim us and call forth our deepest expressions of confession, gratitude, generosity and hope. Learn steps to forgiving someone else, and even more, be challenged to allow ourselves to be forgiven. The realized experience of being forgiven is new territory for many of us.…

Celtic Spirituality
14
Mar
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Celtic Spirituality: Of Wisdom and Contemplation

March 14 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Register This day will explore the interplay of wisdom and contemplation as viewed through the lens of Celtic-Spirituality, a spirituality Carl McComan described as, “at the edge of the world.” There will time for quiet reflection, prayer and discussion. Cost includes lunch. *Please note that this program is incorrectly listed in our brochure for Saturday, March 14, 2020, 1-4 p.m. Presenter https://cranaleith.org/profile/megan-brown-rsm/

Desert
02
Apr
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Wandering in the Desert: An Exodus

April 2 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Register With awesome power, God provided the Israelites with an Exodus, a way out of slavery and oppression, but it took forty additional years for them to reach the Promised Land.  Why?  Their journey was a spiritual one, that gradually formed them into God’s own people.  Their story provides a framework for understanding the spiritual journey you and I are making more than three thousand years later.  Examine your exodus through the lens of the Israel’s great Exodus and discover…

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