Events

Contemplative Living with Thomas Merton, Session 3

April 1, 2024 – May 20, 2024

Continue the journey with Monk Thomas Merton toward spiritual transformation and a more contemplative, peace-filled life. Over eight sessions you will learn about contemplative living through prayers, readings from Merton and other spiritual masters, along with questions for small group dialogue.

A Directed Retreat: Listen for the Voice in the Quiet

June 20, 2024 – June 23, 2024

A silent, directed retreat is a personally guided prayer experience over three days. Retreatants meet one-on-one with a trained, experienced spiritual director.

Taizé Monthly Prayer Service

April 4, 2024

Taizé is an ecumenical, meditative prayer experience using music, chants and scripture. We gather on the first Thursday of every month. Each month we explore a different theme.

St. Paul: A Lenten Bible Study

February 20, 2024 – March 12, 2024

Using personal reflection time, journaling and sharing. Fr. Ron Will, C.PP.S., guides us through an exploration of St. Paul as found in the Scriptures. We’ll learn how St. Paul cultivated a lifelong personal encounter with Christ.

Hope Beyond Hope: A Winter Solstice Celebration

December 21, 2023

We gather on the Winter Solstice to remember how God transcends the bitter divisions that cause us to despair and offers us the opportunity to “hope beyond hope.”

Four Guides for Your Advent Journey

December 5, 2023

Take an Advent pilgrimage with four biblical guides who will lead us on the road to Bethlehem. Our destination isn’t a place, though; it is a person. Our journey is to meet Jesus Christ.

Becoming Eucharistic People

October 3, 2023 – October 24, 2023

The Synod that opens in Rome in October has named three priority issues: “communion, participation and mission.” The speakers for this series use these priorities to reflect on the Eucharist. They will lead us into a deeper engagement with the Eucharist and inspires us to be missionary disciples.

The Death Penalty from a Faith Perspective

October 10, 2023

What does the church teach about the death penalty? What do you believe? Using personal histories, scripture, the Catechism and social science, Fr. Mark Miller, CPPS, will guide us through the church’s evolving understanding of the death penalty.

Waking Up White Book Study

September 6, 2023

What is racism and how does it affect me? What is white privilege and how does it affect me? These are some of the questions we will explore while reading and discussing Debby Irving’s book Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race.

Introduction to Centering Prayer

June 10, 2023 – June 17, 2023

Learn more about how to practice this form of silent prayer rooted in ancient Christian tradition. It is a remarkably simple method, related to meditation, that opens one to God’s gift of contemplative prayer. A two-part workshop.