[Newsbriefs] ACC Newsbriefs – October 18, 2019

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ACC Newsbriefs – October 18, 2019


Welcome to ACC Newsbriefs from the Archdiocesan Catholic Center (ACC) in Los Angeles. This weekly update (issued each Friday) brings news about the latest ministries, resources, events, workshops, etc. of the ACC departments and other entities. For more general information, please check the Archdiocesan website at:

http://www.la-archdiocese.org<http://www.la-archdiocese.org/>


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New This Week:

  1.       Holy Name of Mary Parish in San Dimas:  “Celebrate Creation Day,” Saturday, October 19


  2.       Pauline Books and Media in Culver City:  Retreat, “Joy in Freedom,” with Fr. Artur Bilski and the Koinonia Community, Saturday, November 2


  3.       Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs:  Calendar of Upcoming Events



Important Information and Continuing Events:


  4.       Pauline Books and Media in Culver City:  “Love Everyone—Even My Enemies?” Retreat, Saturday, October 26


  5.       Metropolitan Tribunal:  Fall Workshop for Parish Submitting Ministers, Saturday, October 26, in Ventura


  6.       Holy Family Parish in South Pasadena:  “Salt and Light:  Church, Disability, and the Blessing of Welcome for All” with Maureen Pratt, Saturday, October 26


  7.       John Paul II Foundation for the New Evangelization:  Dinner Conference, Saturday, October 26, in North Hollywood


  8.       Lay Mission-Helpers:  The Rose Gala:  Friends of Mission, Saturday, November 2, in Monterey Park


  9.       Claretian Alumni Club:  “Our Church; Our Challenges:  A Future for Catholics in America” with Fr. John Molyneux, C.M.F., Sunday, November 3, in Rancho Dominguez


10.       Mission Doctors Association:  “Let the Games Begin!” Card Games, Wednesday, November 6, in Los Angeles


11.       Catholic Charities of Los Angeles:  Free Citizenship Workshop, Saturday, November 9, in Los Angeles

12.       Emmaus Spiritual Ministries in Orange:  Calendar of Upcoming Events on Men’s Spirituality; and Enrichment for Spiritual Directors


13.       Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Calendar of Upcoming Workshops in Spirituality and Pastoral Ministry


14.       Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Schedule of Certificate Programs


15.       Office for Worship:  Calendar of Workshops


16.       St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo:  Calendar of Events


17.       Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes:  Calendar of Events


18.       C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice at Loyola Marymount University:  2019-2020 “Justice and Spirituality on Screen” Series



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New This Week:


1.         Holy Name of Mary Parish in San Dimas:  “Celebrate Creation Day,” Saturday, October 19

Holy Name of Mary Parish in San Dimas is hosting a “Celebrate Creation Day” on Saturday, October 19, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  The event aims to help people work together to help all of creation.  It will include scientists, environmental care booths, and student projects, as well as governmental, community, and church leaders.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more information, please contact Tom Nolan at 626-372-1955 or at:

tenolan327 at gmail.com<mailto:tenolan327 at gmail.com>



2.         Pauline Books and Media in Culver City:  Retreat, “Joy in Freedom,” with Fr. Artur Bilski and the Koinonia Community, Saturday, November 2

On Saturday, November 2, there will be the Joy in Freedom Retreat by Fr. Artur Bilski & the Koinonia Community.  We all struggle with our weaknesses, sin, temptations, etc.  How can we live joyfully and free of the power that sin/evil might sometimes have?  Based on the book Unbound: a Practical Guide for Deliverance by Neal Lozano, the retreatants will be led through the steps leading to living joyfully and free in Christ. 9:30 am -5:00 pm. Pauline Books & Media, 3908 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230. Donation: $35, includes lunch, snacks. Please RSVP. For more information or to RSVP: 310-397-8676 or email:

culvercity at paulinemedia.com<mailto:culvercity at paulinemedia.com>.



3.         Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs:  Calendar of Upcoming Events



The Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs is sponsoring the following events:

3rd Annual Interfaith Solidarity March.  Sunday, October 27, 2 pm - 5 pm. Registration from 1 pm - 2 pm at Temple Valley Beth Israel, 13060 W Roscoe Blvd, Sun Valley, CA 91352.  The Interfaith Solidarity Network breaks down barriers and inspires solidarity among communities in the San Fernando Valley. The 1.4 mile march is a journey through six faiths, with each stop offering an opportunity for brief remarks and communal singing. This year's march starts at Valley Beth Israel and will stop at neighboring congregation St. Genevieve Catholic Church and finish at Panorama Presbyterian Church for a dinner provided by the Sikh Coalition. Hindu Diwali prayers will be offered. More than 1,500 will march to foster understanding, collaboration and unity. This event is free. For more information please visit:

www.interfaithsolidaritynetwork.org<http://www.interfaithsolidaritynetwork.org>

or contact Marsha Novak at:

marlynov at gmail.com<mailto:marlynov at gmail.com>



LA Heart – Many Faiths, One Community.  Sunday, November 3, 2 pm - 4:30 pm. The City Attorney's Interfaith Council proudly presents LA Heart, an Interfaith Block Party with vendors, food, music and games. This is a celebration of different faiths, diversity and unity within the local community. Location: Vermont Avenue, between 4th & 5th Street. This event is free. For more information please contact Rt. Rev. Alexei Smith at:



FrARSmith at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:FrARSmith at la-archdiocese.org>



Guest Speaker Series WITH Rt. Rev. Alexei Smith – Interfaith Relations.  Saturday, November 9, 7 pm. Church of the Good Shepherd, Parish Hall, 504 N Roxbury Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210.  The Church of the Good Shepherd is hosting Father Alexei Smith, Ecumenical and Interreligious Officer of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, for a presentation on Nostra Aetate & Interfaith Relations. This event is free. For more information please contact Sandra Bossi at:

ChristianUnityGS at gmail.com<mailto:ChristianUnityGS at gmail.com>



43rd Annual Catholic-Jewish Women's Conference - In the Image of God: Exploring the Feminine Aspect of the Divine.  Monday, November 11, 9 am - 3:30 pm. Registration begins at 8:30 am.  Louisville High School, 22300 Mulholland Drive, Woodland Hills, CA 91364

Morning speakers are Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, Rabbi Emerita, Congregation Nevei Kodesh and Sandra M. Schneiders, IHM, Professor Emerita, Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University. The afternoon program includes participant dialogue groups. Continental breakfast will be available during registration. Beverages available all day. Box lunch included with registration. Cost of the event is $50 ($30 tax deductible). Students are free with valid student I.D. and pre-registration. Or, $20 at the door. Need-based scholarships are available. To register online please visit:

www.catholicjewishwomenla.org.

For more information please contact Carryl Carter at (818) 472-2288 or

chcarter at earthlink.net<mailto:chcarter at earthlink.net>

or Julie Heath Elliott at (310) 575-1078 or

jheathelliott at yahoo.com<mailto:jheathelliott at yahoo.com>.


Important Information and Continuing Events:

4.         Pauline Books and Media in Culver City:  “Love Everyone—Even My Enemies?” Retreat, Saturday, October 26

Pauline Books & Media is sponsoring a retreat, “Love Everyone—Even My “Enemies”? with Sr. Patricia Shaules, FSP, on Saturday, October 26, 1:00- 4:30 pm.  Jesus asks us to love everyone. Does he really mean that we even have to love those who have hurt us in some way—our “enemies”?  What is love? How can we love even these people?  Donation: $15.  It will be held at Pauline Books & Media, 3908 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230.  For more information or to RSVP please call 310-397-8676 or e-mail:

culvercity at paulinemedia.com<mailto:culvercity at paulinemedia.com>.




5.         Metropolitan Tribunal:  Fall Workshop for Parish Submitting Ministers, Saturday, October 26, in Ventura

The Metropolitan Tribunal is conducting its Fall Workshop for Parish Submitting Ministers on Saturday, October 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish in Ventura.  Topics to be covered include:  Tribunal Ministry and the Role of Parish Submitting Minister; Marriage Nullity Petitions in Marriage Preparations; and Formal Trial Petitions, Documentary and Other Marriage Cases.  Cost is $25 per person; for multiple people registering together from one parish, cost is $25 for the first person and $20 for each additional person.  Cost includes lunch.  Laypeople attending need the written recommendation of their pastor, administrator, or parish life director.  Registration deadline is Monday, October 21.  For more information, please contact Ms. Silvia E. Hernandez at 213-637-7925 or at:

SEHernandez at la-archdiocese.org<mailto:SEHernandez at la-archdiocese.org>

For online registration, please access:

http://www.la-archdiocese.org/org/tribunal/Pages/default.aspx



6.         Holy Family Parish in South Pasadena:  “Salt and Light:  Church, Disability, and the Blessing of Welcome for All” with Maureen Pratt, Saturday, October 26

The Special Needs Ministry of Holy Family Parish in South Pasadena is sponsoring a presentation, “Salt and Light:  Church, Disability, and the Blessing of Welcome for All,” with Maureen Pratte, on Saturday, October 26, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Ms. Pratt is the author of the award-winning book, Salt and Light:  Church, Disability, and the Blessing of Welcome for All, which encourages and teaches churches how to welcome people with various types of disability.  This workshop will include breakfast and lunch.  It is free and open to the public.  A free-will offering will be gratefully accepted to defray the cost.  To register for this event, or for any questions, please contact Dn. Jay at:

deaconjay at holyfamily.org<mailto:deaconjay at holyfamily.org>



7.         John Paul II Foundation for the New Evangelization:  Dinner Conference, Saturday, October 26, in North Hollywood

The John Paul II Foundation for the New Evangelization is sponsoring a dinner conference on Saturday, October 26, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., at St. Charles Borromeo Parish in North Hollywood.  The speaker will be Bp. Alex Aclan of the San Fernando Pastoral Region, who will share his insights on Pope St. John Paul II and the New Evangelization.  Tickets are $75 each.  Get tickets and more information from:

JP2dinnerconference.eventbrite.com<http://jp2dinnerconference.eventbrite.com/>



For further questions: email

events at parishevangelizationleaders.org<mailto:events at parishevangelizationleaders.org>



8.         Lay Mission-Helpers:  The Rose Gala:  Friends of Mission, Saturday, November 2, in Monterey Park

All are invited to the Lay Mission-Helpers’ Rose Gala on Saturday, November 2, at Luminarias Restaurant in Monterey Park from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  The evening will include cocktails, fine dining and a silent auction to benefit LMH.  This year's keynote speaker will be Mr. Joe Estevez, a successful actor and filmmaker who, inspired by his Catholic faith, commits himself to bring positive change to the lives of others.  He hosts the TV show "All Things Catholic."  At the gala, they will also honor Fr. Michael Reardon, pastor of St. Bartholomew Parish in Long Beach, and Mary Anne Cannavan, a parishioner from St. Cyprian Parish in Long Beach, who served as a lay missionary for nine years. Tickets are $100 each.  Pre–registration is required; tickets will not be available for purchase at the door.   For more information, and to purchase tickets, please access:

http://www.LayMissionHelpers.org<http://www.laymissionhelpers.org/>

or call (213) 368-1870.


9.         Claretian Alumni Club:  “Our Church; Our Challenges:  A Future for Catholics in America” with Fr. John Molyneux, C.M.F., Sunday, November 3, in Rancho Dominguez



Fr. John Molyneux, C.M.F., editor of US Catholic Magazine, will lead a discussion on the future of the Catholic Church in America on Sunday, November 3, at 2:00 p.m., in the Dominguez Seminary Chapel.  The talk is part of the Claretian Alumni Speaker Series.  Fr. John, also the new pastor at San Gabriel Mission, one the archdiocese’s most historic and largest parishes, will provide opening remarks on Catholicism in America today, then dialogue with the audience on trends, issues, and possible solutions.  Fr. John sees daily the value of Pope Francis’ admonitions to “accept people where they are” and to foster “the art of accompaniment.” He admires Pope Francis’ analogy to parishes being field hospitals, treating those brought in from the battle.  U.S. Catholic is a popular Catholic monthly based in Chicago.  For 80 years it has been a courageous, forward-thinking forum for discussion among a broad range of voices.  A reception, to continue the dialogue, will follow Fr. John’s presentation.  The talk is open to all at no charge, but reservations are requested.  Please all Fr. John Raab, C.M.F., at 323-636-6030, ext. 30, to reserve a seat.  Dominguez Seminary is located at 18127 South Alameda Street, Rancho Dominguez 90220. Turn south from the 91 Freeway to reach the seminary and the Dominguez Rancho Adobe.





10.       Mission Doctors Association:  “Let the Games Begin!” Card Games, Wednesday, November 6, in Los Angeles

The Mission Doctors Association invites all to its “Let the Games Begin!” card game event on Wednesday, November 6, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Wilshire Country Club (301 N. Rossmore Ave., in Los Angeles).  The day will include various card games, lunch, and support for the lifesaving work of the Mission Doctors Association.  Cost is $60 per person.  All are welcome.  For more information, or to make a reservation, please call Laurie at 213-368-1872 or Margaret at 818-359-0689.




11.       Catholic Charities of Los Angeles:  Free Citizenship Workshop, Saturday, November 9, in Los Angeles

Catholic Charities of Los Angeles is sponsoring free Citizenship Workshops.  People will be able to receive assistance in filing for U.S. citizenship.  Assistance will be available in English, Spanish, and Farsi.  To qualify for citizenship, a person must satisfy age, residency, language, and character requirements.  For a list of required documents, and to register for an appointment (with appointments being recommended but not required), please call 213-251-3484.

Saturday, November 9, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  (Please note the date change.)

St. Joseph Parish
218 E. 12th St., Los Angeles, CA  90015-2568
For appointments, please call 213-251-3484.




12.       Emmaus Spiritual Ministries in Orange:  Calendar of Events on Men’s Spirituality; and Enrichment for Spiritual Directors

Emmaus Spiritual Ministries, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, is sponsoring the following events.  All sessions will be held at St. Joseph Center at 434 S. Batavia St. in Orange:

“On the Road:  A Spirituality Series for Men,” is a multi-part series for men that will address various aspects of men’s spirituality.  Presenters will include:  Fr. Jim Clarke, Ph.D.; Fr. Brad Karelius; and Dr. Daniel Smith-Christopher.  They will be held on various Saturdays through February 1, 2020.  The sessions have already started and men are invited to all remaining sessions, or they may register for individual sessions.  Cost is $40 per session.  For more information, please access:

http://www.emmausspiritualministries.org/events/on-the-road-a-spirituality-series-for-men/

or call 714-744-3172.

“The Sojourner’s Well:  Refreshment for Spiritual Directors” is a nine-part series of sessions for experienced spiritual directors.  The sessions will address three themes:  companioning a diverse community; spiritual directors engaging the creative spirit within; and companioning others to realizing the fullness of God’s love.  Sessions have already started, and people are invited to all remaining sessions, or they may register for individual sessions.  They will all be held on Saturdays (once a month except December), from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., through Saturday, June 20, 2020.  Cost is $50 per session.  For more information, please access:

http://www.emmausspiritualministries.org/events/the-sojourners-well-refreshment-for-spiritual-directors-a-nine-session-series-2019-20/

or call 714-744-3172.


13.       Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Calendar of Upcoming Workshops in Spirituality and Pastoral Ministry

"Religion, Race, and Scandal: How do we sustain Faith?" An African American Ministry Forum with Dr. LaReine-Marie Mosely, S.N.D.  Saturday, October 26, 9a-12:30p at LMU University Hall.  This event will be an opportunity to reflect on the church and faith in light of current challenging times. Our invited speaker, Sr. Lareine-Marie Mosely and Dr. Kim Harris will lead an interactive discussion on how the church is challenged in dealing with intense social changes that we are living with now. We will consider and discuss how the church is sustaining the faithful or lagging behind in important social issues such as race, immigration and the clergy sex abuse scandals.


https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux191026



"'So Longs the Heart:' Cultivating a Heart Open to the Divine" A Workshop with Dr. Wendy Wright.  Saturday, November 9, 9a-2:30p at LMU University Hall.  This day long presentation will explore the classic tradition of Salesian spirituality that first emerged in the seventeenth century for insights that might enrich contemporary contemplative practice. That tradition is noted for its human wisdom, theological optimism, emphasis on relationality, and its applicability to persons in all circumstances of life. What characterizes that tradition in the many ways it has found expression is the emphasis on a transformed heart.


https://cal.lmu.edu/event/lmux191109



More information at:

http://extension.lmu.edu/crs,

call 310-338-2799;

or email crs at lmu.edu<mailto:crs at lmu.edu>.



14.       Center for Religion and Spirituality at Loyola Marymount University:  Schedule of Certificate Programs

Certificate Programs y Programas certificados with the Loyola Marymount University Center for Religion and Spirituality this Fall/Otoño:

Teoría y Práctica del Acompañamiento de los Sufrientes (comienza 23 de noviembre)

Este programa explora varios temas de la teología del sufrimiento que se desarrollan en el drama humano universal, temas con preguntas que surgen de nuestra fragilidad humana cuando buscamos fomentar una relación más profunda con Dios.


https://academics.lmu.edu/extension/espanol/cre/programas/acompanamiento/

More information at:

http://extension.lmu.edu/crs,

call 310-338-2799,

or email crs at lmu.edu<mailto:crs at lmu.edu>.



15.       Office for Worship:  Calendar of Workshops

The Office for Worship is sponsoring the following workshops:

Hospitality Ministry Training.  Saturday, October 19, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., at Mary Star of the Sea Parish in Oxnard.  Cost is $15.  Register online at:

http://store.la-archdiocese.org/hospitality-ministry-training-1019

Ministros de Eucaristia en la Misa.  October 24 y 31.  6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Divine Saviour Parish in Los Angeles.  Costo:  $15.  Register online:

http://store.la-archdiocese.org/ministros-de-eucaristia-en-la-misa-divine-saviour



Entrenamiento de Hospitalidad.  October 24 y 31.  6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.  Divine Saviour Parish in Los Angeles.  Costo:  $15.  Register online:

http://store.la-archdiocese.org/entrenamiento-de-hospitalidad-divine-saviour-2019



16.       St. Andrew’s Abbey in Valyermo:  Calendar of Events

Saint Andrew's Abbey, Valyermo, CA , has openings, or a waiting list,  for these upcoming preached retreats.  Please call 661-944-2178, or email the retreat office at:

retreats at valyermo.com<mailto:retreats at valyermo.com>

to make reservations or for more information.

The Abbey also takes reservations for private retreats. Usually openings are for Monday through Thursday nights at $85 per person per night. Please call or email the retreat house for availability.

www.saintandrewsabbey.com<http://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/>

https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/307.htm (Retreat schedule)

https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/282.htm (Retreat information)

OCTOBER<https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/400.htm>

21-24 Still Full of Sap, Still Green: A Spirituality of Aging<http://spiritualityofaging2019.eventzilla.net/>


NOVEMBER <https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/401.htm>

1-3 Edith Stein: Her Journey from Darkness into Light <http://edithstein2019.eventzilla.net/>

4-7 Autumn Artists' Retreat <http://autumnartist2019.eventzilla.net/>

11-15 Priests' Retreat: Ministry & Priesthood Inspired by the Writings of Pope Francis <http://francispriestretreat2019.eventzilla.net/>

20 Take Charge of Your Life<https://takechargenov2019.eventzilla.net/>

22-24 Praying in the Cave of the Heart: The Spirituality of Bede Griffiths<http://spiritualityofbede2019.eventzilla.net/>

23 God in America: Judeo-Christian Values in American History <https://godinamericanov2019.eventzilla.net/>

27-29 Thanksgiving at Valyermo <https://thanksgiving2019.eventzilla.net/>

29-12/1 Advent Retreat <http://advent2019.eventzilla.net/>

30 Taller Adviento En Espanol <http://adventspanish2019.eventzilla.net/>





DECEMBER <https://www.saintandrewsabbey.com/category_s/402.htm>

13 Hildegard of Bingen: Prophet of the Cosmic Christ  <https://hildegardofbingen2019.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138950169>

18 Take Charge of Your Life<https://takechargedec2019.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138702565>

20-22 The Psalter, Mirror of the Soul<https://psalter2019.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138950370>

24-26 Christmas at Valyermo <https://christmasretreat2019.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138950170>

31-1/2 New Year's Retreat: "Behold, I make all things new!" (Rev. 21:5)
<https://newyear2019-20.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2138955495>



17.       Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes:  Calendar of Events

Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes is offering the following events:

Women’s Retreat Day: Hormones Matter
Nancy Siskowic, NP, NCMP

Saturday, October 19, 10am to 3pm

Hormonal fluctuations often propel women into a new stage at mid-life. This time of emotional upheaval offers an invitation to grow spiritually and psychologically, and discover hidden gifts and untapped potential. This day will offer information on the physical, emotional and spiritual changes that may be occurring and provide updates on the latest information surrounding ways to cope. There will be opportunity to address your questions, fears, and concerns! Nancy Siskowic is a nurse practitioner, spiritual director, and nationally certified menopause practitioner. Cost: $50 Lunch included.

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/10-19%20Hormones%20Matter%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/f0aba44f-4840-45a9-a41f-d6fcf07a3f7e

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/2382541295200541/



Transformation for A New Creation: Teilhard de Chardin and Beatrice Bruteau
Rev. Stephen Coffey, OSB Cam

7:00pm Friday, October 25 to 1:30pm Sunday, October 27

This weekend retreat will explore the mysticism of two of the 20th century’s profound spiritual mentors: French Jesuit scientist Teilhard de Chardin, and the American philosopher and contemplative practitioner Beatrice Bruteau. Whereas Teilhard saw the grand cosmic scheme of Christ in evolution, Beatrice developed an understanding of the human person in evolution. She invites us to participate in the divine ecstasy that leads to both personal transformation and a new creation. Stephen Coffey is a monk of the Camaldolese Benedictine Congregation engaged in ministries of spiritual direction, retreats, and adult faith formation. He lives at the Monastery of the Risen Christ in San Luis Obispo. Reading Beatrice Bruteau’s The Holy Thursday Revolution before the retreat is helpful but not necessary. Cost: per person/shared $240; single $340; commuter $150

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/10-25%20Coffey%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=91c22eba-46be-4b50-a9ae-d401ce0efd98

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/372033953425450/



¿Cómo enfrentar las pérdidas de nuestra vida?
Jenny Ocegueda-Reynosa, MA

Sábado, Octubre 26, 9am a 4pm
Pasamos por la vida teniendo diferentes experiencias de pérdida y dolor y a veces no sabemos cómo enfrentar esas situaciones. En este retiro hablaremos de las etapas o dimensiones de una pérdida y qué podemos hacer para darnos eltiempo de cuidado personal. Tendremos tiempo de meditación, reflexión y compartimiento. Por favor traigan una foto de su ser querido que han perdido.
Costo: $50 Almuerzo incluido.

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/10-26%20Grief%20spanish%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/00896e76-bb14-4fab-97b1-3e660832194f

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/382938669290809/



Grace and Recovery
John McAndrew, MA, MDiv

7:30pm Friday, November 1 to 1:30pm Sunday, November 3
This weekend of renewal and refreshment will focus on a 12 Step approach to the experience of grace. Utilizing 'the language of the heart', the process of recovery invites us into a fellowship that encourages ongoing spiritual growth. Time will be set aside for fellowship, quiet reflection, and individual and group sharing. Bring your Big Book, a friend, a partner or a spouse and join us for a graceful weekend. John McAndrew is a counselor, musician, theologian, teacher, and poet in long-term recovery from the disease of addiction. Formerly Director of Spiritual Care at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, he currently resides in Arroyo Grande, CA, offering spiritual counseling and coaching for individual clients, as well as providing Spiritual Care for Hospice patients.
www.sensiblespirituality.org<http://www.sensiblespirituality.org>.
Cost: per person/shared $240; single $340; commuter $150

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/11-1%20McAndrew%2012%20Step%20Wknd%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/313e4461-ea16-4999-83f6-3785db2eb823

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/432457240923594/



How to Deal with Loss in Our Life
Jenny Ocegueda-Reynosa, MA

Saturday, November 9, 9am to 4pm

We go through life having different experiences of pain and loss and we sometimes don’t know how to deal with those situations. In this one-day retreat, we will look at the different stages of grief and what we can do to take care of ourselves. There will be time for meditation, reflection and sharing. Please bring a picture of someone you have lost. Cost: $50 Lunch included.

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/11-9%20Grief%20english%20tear%20web.pdf

Click here for online registration

https://giving.ncsservices.org/App/Form/45576ebd-ed84-4d6e-83d3-73533a54c6cd

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/658481014660263/

Ongoing Retreats & Events:

Gratefulness Gatherings with Christine Sanchirico

One Thursday each month in 2019 ~ 7-8:30pm

Experience, deepen, and share the power of living gratefully. Gratefulness Gatherings are an opportunity to cultivate a space where we can explore grateful living as an orientation to life. Call for dates and location. Cost: Donation

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2019%20Gratefulness%20Gatherings%20web.pdf



Centering Prayer Group

Greg Johnson & Herb Kaighan

Second & Fourth Wednesdays each month, 7:30-9pm

Centering Prayer is a relationship with God and a practice to foster that relationship. It is a movement beyond conversation to communion and union with God. It prepares us for the gift of contemplation. Centering Prayer is not meant to replace other kinds of prayer; rather it casts new light & depth of meaning on all types of prayer. Come and pray with us. Cost: Donation

Printable pdf flier with Tear-off

http://www.maryjoseph.org/pdfs/2019%20Centering%20Prayer.pdf



Women’s Spiritual Friendship Circle

Beginning Saturday, September 14, 2019, 10am-12pm

Second Saturday of each month through June 2020

Spiritual Friendship Circles (SFC) gather to assist one another in an ongoing awareness of God in all parts of life. Using group spiritual direction we meet to share our faith journey in a safe and sacred space led by a rotating team of spiritual directors. SFC will meet once a month beginning on Saturday, September 14, 2019, then on the second Saturday of each month through June 2020. Cost: Donation



18.       C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice at Loyola Marymount University:  2019-2020 “Justice and Spirituality on Screen” Series

The C.S.J. Center for Reconciliation and Justice at Loyola Marymount University invites you to the 2019-2020 Justice and Spirituality on Screen series, a film series that engages questions of faith and culture through the lens of modern cinema.  Screenings are held on Tuesday nights, 7-9 p.m., at the L.M.U. Playa Vista Campus (12105 W. Waterfront Drive, Suite 200, Los Angeles) and are free and open to the public; RSVP is requested at:

https://lmuthisweek.lmu.edu/2019/08/23/justice-and-spirituality-on-screen/



November 5

“Ghost in the Shell”

https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm191105



February 4

Technology and the Human Imagination (clip night)

https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm200204



March 10

“Elysium”

https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm200310



April 7

“Big Hero 6”

https://cal.lmu.edu/event/csjfilm200407



For more information, contact the CSJ Center at 310-568-6694 or at:

https://academics.lmu.edu/csjcenter/



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