Program canceled due to coronavirus outbreak

Lenten morning reflection with Janet Schaeffler, OP

March 26, 2020

Because of God’s promise, we are gifted with hope.  We are made in God’s image, we are called to be hope – to others, in all ways.

Confusion; worry; discouragement; fear; turmoil – these are realities we might find in today’s world and church.  As faithful disciples, how do we respond?  During this Lenten morning, we’ll take time to reflect, pray, listen and share with others what our response might be in our everyday living.   Let us embrace and celebrate the gift and challenge of hope.

   

Janet Schaeffler, OP
Dominican Sister specializing in Adult  Faith Development
Author of hundreds of articles and several publications
In 2010 Janet received the Distinguished Service Award in Catechetics from the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership.

Janet has been named as one of the people who have made a “significant contribution” to the field of Christian religious education in the North American context by the “Christian Educators of the 20th Century Project,” Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, CA

Location:        Mercy Center, 28650 W. Eleven Mile Rd,  Farmington Hills, Michigan

Time:              Registration 9:30   Program: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.           

Cost:               $35.00     Lunch is included

Register:         248.536.3142 or email director@dominicancenter.org or register online

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