Would the Real Perfection of God, Please Stand Up

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How many of us experience our imperfections as great burdens to be overcome with will power and constant vigilance.  Sometimes in the name of God, we become obsessed with fighting our weakness and vulnerabilities that we lose the joy and peace that God sends to us daily.  God created us incomplete and imperfect not as a punishment, but as a way of making space for creative growing and for pushing us into the caring arms of one another as well as into the Arms of Divine Love.  In the story of “Be Ye Perfect,” we will reflect on one of God’s ideas about perfection.

May 13, 2020 from 10 AM to 3 PM (Includes Lunch)

 

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How many of us experience our imperfections as great burdens to be overcome with will power and constant vigilance.  Sometimes in the name of God, we become obsessed with fighting our weakness and vulnerabilities that we lose the joy and peace that God sends to us daily.  God created us incomplete and imperfect not as a punishment, but as a way of making space for creative growing and for pushing us into the caring arms of one another as well as into the Arms of Divine Love.  In the story of “Be Ye Perfect,” we will reflect on one of God’s ideas about perfection.

May 13, 2020 from 10 AM to 3 PM

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.