“The Grass IS Greener”: Shepherding Our Senior Years (Repeated Session)

$80.00

Among the 150 Psalms included in the Hebrew Scriptures, “The Good Shepherd Psalm” (23) is perhaps one of the most popular and beloved of all of these ancient songs.  For those of us who are trying to continue to sing God’s praises as we journey through our “senior” years, this psalm’s sweet music and comforting images can serve as a harmonious counterpoint in the “flats” and “sharps” that inevitably accompany the aging process.  Join us for these days of prayer and reflection as we follow our Shepherd to the greener pastures of promised  hope.

This Retreat is FULL.  If you wish to be on a waiting list or to  COMMUTE for this October 29-31 Session please call Sr. Pat Hammill at 610-558-6152. 

October 29-31, 2019  7 PM Tuesday until 11 AM Thursday

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Among the 150 Psalms included in the Hebrew Scriptures, “The Good Shepherd Psalm” (23) is perhaps one of the most popular and belooved of all of these ancient songs. For those of us who are trying to continue to sing God’s praises as we journey through our “senior” years, this psalm’s sweet music and comforting images can serve as a harmonious counterpoint to the “flats” and “sharps” that inevitably accompany the aging process.  Join us for these days of prayer and reflection as we follow our Shepherd to the greener pastures of promised hope. (October 29-31, 2019)

This Retreat is FULL there is still room on the September 24-26 session.  If you wish to COMMUTE for this October 29-31 Session please call Sr. Pat Hammill at 610-558-6152. 

 

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.