In Psalm 51, we are asked to bring the “shattered parts” to God for recreating. The willingness to give God the “shattered parts” is the risk of this retreat.
In the Japanese tradition, you never throw broken parts away, but save each piece, and put the piece back together using gold. The pot will change into a new creation. At this retreat, lead by Sr. Colette Baldwin, RSM, we will look at the “shattered parts” we offer God, and together with God, will see a new creation symbolized in our interactive process. It will be an experiential retreat with time for prayer, input, reflection, experimenting, quiet and sharing.
(Includes Program Fee, Lunch and Tax)
**If you are exempt from Nebraska state taxes, would like to arrive earlier or depart later, or require special meal arrangements, please contact us. Cancellation Policy: The program fee includes an amount of $25, which is non-refundable, but which can be used for future retreats.
Sister Colette Baldwin, RSM, from Omaha, has been in full-time retreat work since 1995. She holds a Master of Theological Studies from Regis College, Toronto. Other ministry experiences have included educator, pastoral associate, pastoral administrator and vocation ministry. Her present ministry includes spiritual direction.