Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Here are some of the retreats and talks I’ll be offering in the coming months.   Since some are open to the public and others are limited to particular groups, and some require advance registration, if you see something you might be interested in participating in, contact me.

2023

  • February 9 – Talk on Hakimah Experience of Women in Christianity, Islam and Judaism, St. Thomas More Catholic Church
  • February 26 – Guest Preacher, Lake Harriet United Methodist Church
  • March 6-8 – Parish Mission, Good Shepherd Parish, Cincinnati
  • March 18 – Women’s Lent Retreat Day at Christ the King Retreat Center
  • March 24-26 – Loyola Morristown Jesuit Retreat House Weekend Co-Ed Retreat: Journey of Sorrow, Journey of Love
  • April 11-19 – Eastern Point Jesuit Retreat House Directed Retreat
  • April 22 – Lake Harriet United Methodist Church Day of Retreat and Reflection
  • April 27-30 – OshKosh Preached Women’s Ignatian Retreat
  • May 2-4 – Women’s Mid-Week Ignatian Retreat, Christ the King Retreat Center
  • June 11-17 – Ignatian Colleagues Program Retreat – OshKosh Jesuit Retreat House
  • June 30-July 9 – OshKosh Jesuit Retreat House Directed Retreat
  • July 23-28 – Synod School of the Lakes and Prairies Synod of the Presbyterian Church –  Jesus the Storyteller: Learning from the Parables
  • August 1-9 – Loyola on the Potomac Directed Retreat
  • October 15-22 – Guided Retreat for Sisters of Notre Dame, Toledo Ohio
  • November 14-20 – Ignatian Colleagues Program Retreat – Eastern Point Retreat House
  • December 8-10 – Advent Retreat at Christ the King Retreat Center
  • November 15-21 – Ignatian Colleagues Program Retreat – Eastern Point Retreat House
  • December 9-11 – Advent Retreat at Christ the King Retreat Center
  • December 18 –  Guest Preacher, Lake Harriet United Methodist Church

2024

  • January – World Spiritualities Course, St. Catherine University

RSS Creo en Dios

  • Yad Vashem January 27, 2023
    Although it was unplanned, it is fitting that my new friend Colleen and I visited Yad Vashem this morning, on this International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Yad Vashem is Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust; it also recognizes non-Jews who risked their lives to rescue Jews during the Holocaust. Rather than words, here […]
  • The “Holy Land” Doesn’t Always Seem So Holy January 19, 2023
    Hakimah (the program of the Tantur Ecumenical Institute I am here in the Holy Land for) is not a political program, but it is impossible to be here and ignore the political situation.  I say that for reasons like these: One of the leaders of the program is a Palestinian Muslim who lives in Hebron.  […]

RSS Recent Podcasts

  • Walking With Jesus During Lent February 14, 2018
    Tonight was the opening session of the Lenten Ignatian Retreat at St. Thomas More.  After this initial large group meeting, small retreat groups will meet weekly, and participants will pray each day with materials we provide to them that are based on Weeks 2 and 3 of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. I gave […]
  • Women of the Bible: Rachel and Leah September 19, 2016
    Today was the second session of the Fall Reflection Series that Jennifer Wright and I are offering at the University of St. Thomas (on the Minneapolis campus) this year.  The theme for this five week series is Women of the Bible. In last week’s opening session, Jennifer spoke about Sarah and Hagar.  (You can find her talk […]
  • Women of the Bible: Sarah and Hagar September 15, 2016
    Monday was the first session of the Fall Reflection Series that Jennifer Wright and I are offering at the University of St. Thomas (on the Minneapolis campus) this year.  Our theme for the five week series is Women of the Bible. Monday I briefly introduced the series and Jennifer spoke our our first subjects: Sarah […]