“Sacred Rhythms”: Arranging Our Lives for Spiritual Transformation (Repeated Session)
Using Ruth Haley Barton’s book, Sacred Rhythms, as a guide, we will explore some of the major “disciplines” of the spiritual life that have traditionally facilitated the prayer life of those who desire to deepen their relationship with God.
Commuters only — all resident spaces are full
October 16 -18, 2018 7 PM Tuesday to 11 AM Thursday
Clare D’Auria, OSF, a Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia, is an associate member of the Center, having recently completed six years on the congregation’s leadership team. For almost half of her forty years in ministry, Clare has served in retreat ministry, offering directed and conference retreats and workshops in Franciscan spirituality. Clare also serves as a staff member of the Franciscan Pilgrimage Programs in Assisi, Italy. With an MA in Theological Studies from the Washington Theological Union, she is a certified spiritual director and supervisor for spiritual directors at Neumann University.