Summer Listings 1

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Summer Listings 1


Breashears, Gary, National Catholic Reporter


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NCR's Summer Listings offers opportunities for:

Conferences/Conventions, Facilities for Rent, Hermitages, Institutes Monastic Experiences, Pilgrimages, Programs, Publications Retreats, Sabbaticals, Seminars, Volunteers

Conferences/Conventions

OHIO

PLACE: University of Dayton, Dayton, OH

DATES: June 24, 2015

DESCRIPTION: Calling all Catholic educators! Come to the Catholic Education Summit on June 24 to network with educators facilitating best practice in the field of Catholic education. Sponsored by the University of Dayton Center for Catholic Education, the Summit will highlight partnership initiatives between Catholic higher education and K-12 Catholic schools in transforming Catholic education. This year's theme is Listen, Dialogue, Plan, Act: Catholic School Leadership and Family Engagement. For more information contact Gina Lloyd at: rlloydl@udayton.edu or (937)229-3921.

SWITZERLAND

PLACE: C. G. Jung Conference on Jungian Psychology and Spirituality, Einsiedeln, Switzerland

DATES: June 20-July 2,2015

DESCRIPTION: The C. G. Jung Conference on Jungian Psychology and Spirituality happens in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, June 20-July 2, 2015. The theme is Becoming Who We Are: Individuation as a Spiritual Quest. The conference offers in-depth lectures presented by Jungian analysts from Zurich, a tour of Bollingen, Jung's stone house of retreat, rituals, creative experiences and more. CEUs available. For information go to: www.jung conference.org call (760) 777-1515 or email: kay.wagnerll@gmail.com

Facilities for Rent

CALIFORNIA

PLACE: San Damiano Retreat, Danville, CA

DATES: Year round

DESCRIPTION: San Damiano is located 35 miles east of San Francisco. We are an ideal location for your retreat, conference, meeting or workshop. Our 6 conference rooms range from groups of 5-10 to groups of up to 125. We have excellent staff service and hospitality, a full service dining room and 78 bedrooms with private baths in each. You can view our facility and services at: www.sandamiano.org/ conference-facilities-services or contact Lisa at(925)837-9141, ext. 303 or by email: lisab@sandamiano.org

MISSOURI

PLACE: Missionaries of the Precious Blood, Liberty, MO

DATES: Year round

DESCRIPTION: Located in a pastoral setting south of Liberty, Missouri, Precious Blood Center welcomes those who seek rest and renewal. Inspired by Precious Blood founder, St. Gaspar del Bufalo, we offer houses of hospitality as a safe and sacred place for individuals and groups for daylong meetings, overnight stays, or longer-term sabbaticals. Center facilities include meeting rooms, chapel, dining room with a professional grade kitchen, overnight accommodations, over 30 acres of rolling hills, trees and a pond for walking, meditation, and appreciation of God's beauty through nature. Contact: Br. Daryl Charron, C.PP.S., (816)781-4344 or dcharron@ kcprovince.org 2130 Saint Gaspar Way, Liberty, MO 64068.

Hermitages

KENTUCKY

PLACE: Cedars of Peace, Nerinx, KY

DATES: Year round

DESCRIPTION: Located in the woods of the 800-acre Loretto Motherhouse farm in central Kentucky, Cedars of Peace offers seven hermitages rented by the day or month. The hermitages are comfortable year-round with electricity, water, and cooking facilities. Large windows and screened porches make nature accessible. Daily liturgy is available at the Loretto Motherhouse church, a half mile away. 515 Nerinx Rd., Nerinx, KY 40049; (270)865-5291 cedarsofpeace@gmail.com http://lo rettoretreatcenters.com [HE

NEW MEXICO

PLACE: Norbertine Hermitage Retreat, Santa Maria de la Vid Abbey, Albuquerque, NM

DATES: Year round

DESCRIPTION: Experience desert silence and solitude in one of our four comfortable hermitages for individual retreatants, or at our Guest House for small groups, on our 70 acres with views of the Sandia Mountains and Rio Grande Valley, where we cultivate a peaceful, meditative environment. …

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