Belonging, Becoming and Connecting in a Digital Era
Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21
led by – Sr. Sue Mosteller, CSJ, Maria Fitzgerald &
Collaborating Partner: L’Arche St.Louis
Our hearts long to love and be loved, and yet we feel the anxiety that something is missing in our lives. We desire to fully become the unique person that came into the world when we were born.
“Community is, first of all, a quality of the heart. It grows from the spiritual knowledge that we are alive not for ourselves but for one another.” Henri Nouwen
Sr. Sue Mosteller, CSJ was a close friend and confidant of Fr. Henri Nouwen during the last 10 years of his life. Sue is a retreat master and she has recently been inspired by giving a Theology on Tap lecture and through her participation in “How We Gather”, a project that explores and interprets the changing landscape of community and spiritual life for Millennials. Sue lives in Toronto, Canada.
Friday, March 20, Pre-Retreat Talk, 7:00-8:30pm:
Join us on Friday night as we endeavor to unpack the mysterious urgings in the depths of our hearts. Talk will be followed by fellowship, coffee, and snacks.
This evening is open to all and free to attend. (Free will offering) Led by Sr. Sue Mosteller, CSJ and Maria Fitzgerald, MSW, L’Arche St. Louis.
FMI or limited overnight availability, please contact Cathy Modde (email@example.com / 314-909-4646)
Saturday, March 21 Retreat Day, 9:00am-3:00pm (lunch included):
Our hearts ache for love, community, belonging, courage, respect, truth, and wisdom. Join us for this day of retreat as we ponder insights from the Gospel, the writings of Henri Nouwen, our own stories of living together with differences, and reflect upon what it means to “belong to a community” in the modern world.
(See below for retreat fees.) Led by Sr. Sue Mosteller, CSJ and Nathan Ball, MDiv, L’Arche USA.
FMI or financial assistance
please contact Cathy Modde (firstname.lastname@example.org / 314-909-4646)