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Contemplative Outreach of DFW

Serving Dallas/Fort Worth & North Texas

Chapter Events Calendar

The chapter's Event Planning Team, is looking for suggestions for new conference or workshop topics, speakers and retreat leaders.  Email your suggestions to Michelle -- they welcome your input.  Please limit suggestions to the general subject of contemplative spirituality and meditation.

September 30, 2017

One-Day Workshop

 

St Catherine of Siena

Scholastic, Philosopher and Theologian

Featuring

Fr William Meninger, OCSO

St Monica Catholic Church
Family Center, Room 201
9933 Midway Road
Dallas, TX 75220

9:30 AM to 3:00 PM

St. Catherine of Siena is one of the most extraordinary women ever to grace the roster of Christian mystics. She lived in the 14th century when the Christian church was at the lowest point of its fervor. She was the 24th child of devout parents and died at the age of 33. Yet she probably had more influence on the course of events in Europe than any other person, being the confidant and director of bishops, popes, kings and nobles.

But most of all Saint Catherine speaks to us today through her mapping out of the spiritual journey in her masterpiece, The Dialogues. This work is the fruit of a visionary conversation with God in which she shares with us her inspired revelations. Through St. Catherine God becomes our spiritual director which, after all, is the way it should be!

This conference may be Fr William's last visit to Dallas.  He expects to sharply curtail his future traveling schedule.

 

Registration
Now Open!

Email Sandy for more information about any of the above events.

Events Hosted by Neighboring Chapters

Keeping the Circle Labyrinth Retreat

June 8 to 11, 2017

Carolyn Hewitt, labyrinth facilitator and designer, will present a 4-day retreat at Osage Forest of Peace located in Sand Springs, OK, just outside of Tulsa.

The retreat will look at different examples of labyrinths, learn how they can be used and how to create a labyrinth.  We will create our own finger labyrinth and color a word mandala among various types of walking the labyrinth.

 For more information and how to register visit

Osage, Forest of Peace

Don't forget to view pictures from some of the Chapter's recent events!

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