April 6, 13, 20, 27, 2022 | Wednesday evenings, 7:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. CDT
Beginning from a place of wonder and gratitude, we will explore herbs as our allies, as supports on the spiritual journey, and as gifts of a generous Creator. Savoring the beauty and power of herbs, you will be invited to work with them in a number of creative ways. We will call forth the spirit of St. Hildegard and all the monastics throughout the ages who have kept alive the wisdom of this sacred herbal medicine, which heals both body and soul. This will be one more opportunity to fall in love with creation and gain new inspiration. Our time together will include input, prayer, faith sharing, and creative processing.
Please register by April 1. Once we have received your registration, we will send you an invoice for the retreat. Please know we have scholarships available; if you would like to make a request, email S. Carol Ann at email@example.com. We strongly encourage you to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contacts to ensure the delivery of emails regarding your retreat. We look forward to welcoming you online.
Debbie Carmody is retired after 28 years in pastoral ministry at Good Shepherd Parish in Shawnee, Kansas. She has a master’s in religious education from Loyola-New Orleans. She and her husband just celebrated 50 years of marriage, and they dream of one day staying in a treehouse.
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 is associate director of Souljourners and does spiritual direction, supervision, and a variety of retreats.