The Wisdom Way: A Christian Path to Wholeness
In turbulent times, we all hunger for wholeness, connection, community, and compassionate engagement. The Christian Wisdom tradition offers insights and practices to help draw the world of crying need and awesome complexity into our heart and center.
Using presentation, guided meditation, centering practices, sacred listening and sharing, this retreat explores how wonder widens our hearts, opens our minds, and compels us to compassionate encounters.
Sign up at the St. Paul Information Center or call the church office at 459-1595.
The $15.00 fee includes lunch, snacks, and programming. Guests are welcome!
Enjoy an opportunity for learning, self-reflection, fellowship, and renewal as our presenter, Joe Grant, invites participants to embrace Wonder, Woe, and Wellbeing on three separate Saturdays.
Each retreat is connected to the others, though they can be experienced separately.
Embracing Woe – March 7, during Lent • Embracing Wellbeing – April 25
Our Presenter: Joe Grant
A native of Scotland, Joe Grant received a Master of Divinity degree from Catholic Theological Union, Chicago and has served as a minister in Europe, the U.S., and Latin America. As Director of Programs for JustFaith Ministries, he created nationally recognized processes for youth and adults, including Justice Walking and Engaging Spirituality. In 2004, he received the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry award for Gospel Values of Peace and Justice. Joe lives in inner-city Louisville with his family and is a co-founder of the CrossRoads Ministry retreat center. Joe has authored numerous books and articles on scripture, justice, and spirituality including: Still In the Storm, Reflections for Engaging Spirituality in times like these. His latest book, Wandering and Welcome, is published by Franciscan Media.
Follow Joe Grant at:
In the Storm Still Blog: engagedpresence.wordpress.com
Facebook & Instagram: @inthestormstill