The Art of Forgiveness

$80.00

In the act of forgiveness we become co-creators with God, making “space for grace” in our personal life and the lives of those around us.  In our wisdom years, we need to give ourselves the gift of taking time to ponder forgiveness needing to be gracefully given and received.  Presentations will focus on Henri Nouwen’s: “Forgiveness: The Name of Love in a Wounded World” and “Waging War of Making Peace with Self and Others in the Name of God.”  There will be personal time to reflect on “Deciding to Forgive.”  Come and make “space for grace” and breathe the peace of God into your life.

April 21-23, 2020  7 PM Tuesday until 11 AM Thursday

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In the act of forgiveness we become co-creators with God, making “space for grace” in our personal life and the lives of those around us.  In our wisdom years, we need to give ourselves the gift of taking time to ponder forgiveness needing to be gracefully given and received.  Presentations will focus on Henri Nouwen’s: “Forgiveness: The Name of Love in a Wounded World” and “Waging War of Making Peace with Self and Others in the Name of God.”  There will be personal time to reflect on “Deciding to Forgive.”  Come and make “space for grace” and breathe the peace of God into your life.

April 21-23, 2020

>Rose Mary Eve Holter, OSF, a Sister of St. Francis of Philadelphia, is a storyteller, a musician and retreat director and enjoys teaching the Dances of Universal Peace. She has master degrees in spirituality and education and has been creating retreats for adults and youth since 1980. Rose Mary Eve currently serves at St. Stephen’s School and Parish in Bradshaw, MD. Many of the stories used in her retreats come from her book: Dancing in the Crack: Stories of Inner Healing.