For those of you who enjoy writing, our third Meditative Writing series, will focus on Celtic Spirituality. Sacred trees, holy “thin” places, shamrocks, and infinite knots are all symbols of Celtic Spirituality. The Celts had a love of nature, and an awareness of the unity of creation. They had a strong sense of place and knew the importance of the land, of roots and identity. Come explore the life-lines of your life in this prayerful, reflective space, where you will have ample time to write, and share if you wish.
Lucie Leduc studied at the University of Alberta, Newman Theological College and Oblate School of Theology. Lucie has been the Executive Director of Star of the North Retreat Center since May 2012. She previously worked fourteen years as Program Coordinator for Queen’s House Retreat and Renewal Centre in Saskatoon, SK. In addition to managing the retreat centre, offering spiritual accompaniment, retreats and presentations, Lucie enjoys writing, gardening, cooking, being outdoors and spending time with friends and family.
Anita Allsopp has a background in theology from Newman Theological College, and Social Work from the University of Calgary. In the past she has been active in parish ministry and retreat facilitation, as well as supporting women in need. Today, she lives a contemplative lifestyle and enjoys writing. She is enrolled in the two-year Forest Dwelling Program at the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio.
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