BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH – MARCH 18, 2015 | 7 PM
MARCH 18, 2015 | 7 PM BUILDING A CULTURE OF LIFE IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH…
CONTINUING TO GROW IN THE SECOND HALF OF LIFE
Sister Mary Rose Marrin, CSJ
SUMMARY: This presentation will address the challenges and potential offered by the increased longevity of our time.
In particular, it will focus on issues of connection, transcendence and life after loss. It will also reflect on the role of mentor and wise elder, as well as the call to be witnesses of hope.
DATE: Thursday, October 20, 2016, 7 pm
LOCATION: 95 St. Joseph Street, East Door, Room 101
SPEAKER: Sister Mary Rose Marrin is a Sister of St. Joseph of Toronto with a background in teaching, spiritual formation, congregational leadership and parish ministry. She obtained a BA from the University of Toronto, a Masters of Theological Studies from Jesuit Weston, Cambridge MA (now part of Boston College) and certificates in Spiritual Gerontology and Lifelong Faith Development from the Johnson Institute in St. Louis MO. From 2007 June, 2012, she was engaged in the initiation and development of Ministry with Maturing Adults at St. Mary`s Parish, Barrie ON.
The goal of her present ministry is to raise awareness of the potential for spiritual growth in the second half of life and to support initiatives in this ministry. For this purpose she presents programs on “Spiritual Growth in the Second Half of Life” for parishes and other groups throughout the Archdiocese of Toronto.
This is a free event and all are welcome.
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