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    Fostering a Contemplative Stance: The Spirituality of the Labyrinth — May 2

    A labyrinth is a metaphor for a journey to the center of our deepest self – the sacred place within each of us where the Spirit dwells. Walking the labyrinth facilitates embracement of the “sacrament of the present moment.” In the words of Jean-Pierre De Caussade, “The Sacrament (of the present moment) and the reason […]

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    Learning to Communicate with Compassion — Feb. 1

    A workshop on how to facilitate circles Tools for compassionate communication Presented by Kathy Keary, spiritual director Circles are an effective communication tool that can be used for many purposes: team building, staff renewal, developing mission statements, strategic planning, community building, healing, managing interpersonal conflicts and disagreements, and bonding among diverse participants. This workshop will […]

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    Choice Wine: 7 Steps to a Superabundant Marriage — Jan. 27

    During the Wedding Feast at Cana, Jesus gave the newlywed couple not just the wine they needed to satisfy the immediate thirst of their guests, but the very best wine – a wine to be proud of, a wine the guests remembered and talked about long after the wedding. “Choice Wine: 7 Steps to a […]

  • Advent Day of Prayer Dec 14

    What is your image of Jesus? How do you see Jesus? Presented by Fr. Ron Will, C.PP.S. Come spend a Day of Prayer to make more room in your heart for Jesus this year. Welcome him as you never have before! * Spend an Advent Day of Prayer looking at the Infancy narrative according to […]

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    Celebrating diversity and community Dec 10

    The Human Family Reunion Tuesday, December 10, 2019 from 6-8:30 p.m. Precious Blood Renewal Center in Liberty, Mo. By Ed Chasteen I taught Race and Ethnic Relations every fall and Cultural Anthropology every spring at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, for many years beginning in the mid-1960s. My students would spend 15 weeks studying […]

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    Navigating the holidays while grieving Dec 3

    The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, saves those whose spirit is crushed. –Psalm 34:19 If you have lost a loved one, the holiday season can leave you feeling empty. The little traditions and big celebrations that used to warm and comfort us at this time of year now bring discomfort, maybe even pain. The […]

  • Parent Cafe Nov 5, 12, 19

    Parents, grandparents, foster parents … anyone raising children You are invited to the Parent Cafe Nov, 5, 12, 19 Free supper at 5:30 p.m. Program runs 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free childcare provided. 2120 Saint Gaspar Way
, Liberty, Mo 64068 Everyone raising children has a unique set of challenges to face, but others have been through it. […]

  • Retiro De Otoño Para Los Interesados en RICA y Sus Padrinos Nov 23

    Retiro De Otoño Para Los Interesados en RICA y Sus Padrinos Sábado 23 de noviembre del 2019 en el Centro de Renovación “Precious Blood Renewal Center” De 8:30 a.m. a 2:30 p.m. Un retiro guiado por el P. Chuck Tobin Ya sea que se trate de un grupo pequeño o grande, presénteles a personas de […]

  • Circle of Understanding Nov. 23

    You are invited to join our Circle of Understanding where people from all faiths, races, cultures, orientations, ways of life, and backgrounds are celebrated. In a divided world, the Circle allows us the opportunity to share our stories with a diverse group of people as we come to a greater understanding of one another. We […]

  • Nothing can separate us from the love of God Nov 9

    Do you feel separated from the love of God? Do you feel separated from the love of you family? Do you feel separated from the love of your faith community? Nothing can separate us from the love of God. –Romans 8:35 Join the LGBT Committee of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood for a day […]