We are honored to host Joyce Rupp, OSM, for an autumn day retreat at our Center. She will present “Coming Out of Exile.”
As we grow into wholeness we discover within ourselves aspects that need to be recognized, accepted, and integrated into our life. How do we call home these vital qualities and unwanted aspects of self that have been lost, ignored, forgotten, forced away or rejected? As we discover these banished facets of ourselves and welcome them as sources for our inner growth, we cultivate an ability to be a catalyst for spiritual transformation and transmitter of peace in our personal and ministerial life. This retreat is open to all and there is no prerequisite to attend.
Joyce Rupp is well known for her work as a writer, a spiritual “midwife,” and retreat and conference speaker. She has led retreats throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Joyce has a B.A. in English, a M.R.E. in Religious Education, and a M.A. in Transpersonal Psychology. She is a member of the Servites (Servants of Mary) community and was a volunteer for Hospice for fifteen years. She currently resides in Des Moines, Iowa. For more information about her books, please visit her website at http://www.joycerupp.com/index.htm
Please note that this is a separate event from the “Boundless Compassion” workshop that Joyce is presenting at our Center on Friday, November 2. That workshop is organized through Joyce directly and by invitation only.
This overnight lodging option does not include any programming on Friday evening, November 2. It has been created to give those who are traveling for the Saturday retreat a more convenient option. This option includes dinner on Friday and breakfast on Saturday. Lunch is included with the retreat on Saturday too.
Friday: “Boundless Compassion” Facilitator Training, 9:00 -4:00. Open only to past participants of the four day retreats or conferences on compassion. Registration for this invite-only program is done through Joyce Rupp.
Saturday: This retreat day, “Coming Out of Exile”, is open to all interested persons.