At a Window: A Midyear Examen
A one-day guided silent retreat to prayerfully reflect on your life in the middle of the year
Saturday, June 16, 2018
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
St. Joseph Parish Center, Seattle
Rosanne Michaels, presenter
About this Program
I have always loved a window, especially an open one. –Wendell Berry
Pause in the middle of the year with a summer day of reflection. This one-day guided silent personal retreat is based on four movements of a modified Ignatian Examen to help you discern God’s presence and direction in your life events. Using art, music, and the metaphor of “windows” as inspiration, Rosanne Michaels (Faith Formation Minister, St. James Cathedral) will offer a brief presentation on each movement, followed by guidelines for prayer, and abundant time for personal reflection and journaling.
Early Registration Fee (thru Saturday 6/9):
- $45 general
- $30 for young adults 20's & 30's
Final Week Fee (Sunday 6/10 - Wednesday 6/13) :
- $55 general
- $40 for young adults 20's & 30's
Partial work scholarships available.
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If you would like to help subsidize the cost of participation for another person, we welcome your donation. Thank you for helping us to make it possible for all persons to participate in this program!
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About the Presenter
Rosanne Michaels has been on staff at St. James Cathedral for many years, teaching classes, facilitating groups, and offering retreats. She also maintains a private practice in spiritual direction, and is a SEEL director (Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life). Over the years, she has been a frequent facilitator at the Ignatian Spirituality Center. She holds a Masters degree in Spirituality from Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry.
Sponsored by the Ignatian Spirituality Center