An Online Lenten Retreat with Meg Ashcroft
In this rich and evocative story, we are invited—along with this ordinary-extraordinary Woman of Samaria—to listen and dialogue with Jesus as a way of healing and liberating ourselves and others, and deepening our relationship with the Holy One. This transformation is real and available to all who open themselves to Loving Presence.
This retreat is for everyone interested in exploring the depths of the meeting between the Samaritan Woman and Jesus, as well as their own experiences of the risen Christ. The retreat will include time for individual reflection, small and large group sharing, and prayer.
Please register by Monday, March 1, by emailing your name and phone number to MAshcroft@norbertinecommunity.org. The suggested donation (if you are able) for the retreat is $30.00. Payments may be made by check, payable to “Norbertine Community,” or with a credit card at www.norbertinecommunity.org/give. A Zoom link will be sent to you after you register.
The past eighteen months have been a time of disruption, uncertainty, fear, challenge, and much more. In this retreat, we will have the opportunity to focus on what we have learned about ourselves and about our relationships with other people and with the world in which we live. By harvesting our inner experience—and honoring what has shifted within us—we can use the fruits of this extraordinary growing season to live more whole and hope-filled lives now and into the future.
Please register by September 7, by calling (505) 873-4399, or email MAshcroft@norbertine community.org
$55.00 cost includes lunch
Spiritual teacher John Philip Newell writes, “In Celtic wisdom the sacred is as present on earth as it is in heaven, as immanent as it is transcendent, as human as it is divine, as physical as it is spiritual.” But we can suffer from “soul-forgetfulness,” and treat ourselves and others as less than sacred. Fortunately, Jesus’s birth as a human being serves to reawaken us to our true nature as “bearers of the divine flow.”
With story, song, symbols, prayer, and movement, we will explore what our souls already know about their sacredness and the sacredness of all creation.