In ancient times and in more recent history, yesterday for me, a person in a position of leadership knew when the battle was lost or reinforcement was needed and their only option was to sound the retreat. In our contemporary world the pace of keeping up with all our blessings can sometimes be overwhelming. From time to time a break from the rhythm and responsibilities of everyday life will bring us the soul nourishing that we need for ourselves and subsequently for those we love. Every now and then we each may benefit from a loud and clear sound the retreat!
With that in mind all ladies are invited to a 25 hour retreat, Making All Things New ~ Letting God Transform Us, at Legendary Lodge on Salmon Lake. Our retreat director is Sister Noreen Walter, SCL.
S. Noreen Walter, SCL is the director of Marillac Center. She has given retreats and workshops in the United States and Canada. Sister Noreen’s sense of humor and delight in life encourage others to live life to the fullest. She inspires others with stories and examples from life! Her fifteen years in secondary education, along with her work in pastoral ministry and vocation ministry have led others to live in-spired lives with purposeful living. Sister Noreen holds a master’s degree in Pastoral Studies from Loyola Marymount University.
You will come across the water with your sleeping bag, pillow, swim suit and towel, shower towel, bible and prayerful spirit! We’ll get started Friday, July 17, 2015 at 4 PM and end Saturday, July 18, 2015 at 5 PM. Only 80 women age 21 and over can be accommodated. The cost is $100/person and your registration is transferable but not refundable if you should need to change your plans at the last minute.
Visit www.showmyevent.com to register. Any questions or concerns may be directed to me, Glenda, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-442-5820 X 35.
If what you’re presently needing is some time for transformation I encourage you to sound the retreat and join me and other Catholic women of faith in a soul nourishing time of renewal.
Glenda Seipp, Director of Stewardship & Annual Giving Services
The mission and ministry of Stewardship & Annual Giving Services is to help build stewardship as a way of life in the Diocese of Helena. The Stewardship and Annual Giving Services Director directs, plans and coordinates diocesan stewardship projects and programs, including theAnnual Catholic Appeal (ACA), Son Light and other major gift development and special needs campaigns.