November 5, 2022 | Saturday, 2:00-4:00 p.m. CDT

facilitated by Mary Kay Whitacre and Vicki Farley
Cost: free-will offering

What wisdom and hope do the changing seasons have to share with us about living into grief? How can they help us name our loss and reach out for healing? Where can they lead us to find peace in the midst of our pain? A new normal has been thrust on you that can be hard to navigate. This session will be an opportunity to share your grief and search for meaning with others who understand.

Please register by November 4. Once we have received your registration, we will send you an acknowledgement. We strongly encourage you to add to your email contacts to ensure the delivery of emails regarding your retreat. We look forward to welcoming you online.

Mary Kay Whitacre is a 2005 graduate of Souljourners and has been on the Souljourners staff since 2005. She has worked in pastoral ministry in the Catholic Church for more than 40 years. She has a master’s degree from Seattle University and has recently received her Doctor of Ministry from Seattle University. Mary Kay, who is Associate Director of Souljourners, provides spiritual direction and supervision and leads a variety of retreats.
Vicki Farley is a board-certified chaplain (2002) through the National Association of Catholic Chaplains. She has worked 6 years in acute care and 14 years in hospice and palliative care. She currently is working as a hospice chaplain for North Hawaii Hospice. She holds a master’s degree in Pastoral Ministry from Seattle University and one in Clinical Leadership: End-of-Life Care from George Washington University. She earned her Doctor of Ministry from Seattle University. She has co-led several Journey through Grief sessions and grief support groups as well as presenting on the topic of end-of-life and living with grief.



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