Living Grace: Seeing the Extraordinary in the Ordinary
The Archdiocesan Women’s Retreat includes a Mass with Father Michael Becker, rector of Saint John Vianney College Seminary; light breakfast; great keynote speakers; lunch; time for fellowship with other Catholic women; an Adoration hour celebrated by Archbishop Bernard Hebda; and Reconciliation. Prayer teams will also be available.
Dia Boyle, Healing the Culture through Friendship and Hospitality
Nell O’Leary, Our Perfect Mother: Why We Need the Blessed Virgin
Father Brian Park, Living a Liturgical Life
Anna Marie Landis
Cost: $40 per person. Register online. Online registration closes Wednesday morning, September 25. Walk-in registrations are welcome.
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About Our Speakers
Bishop Andrew H. Cozzens is the youngest of three children. During a period of discernment after college, Bishop Cozzens served as a traveling missionary to young people around the country with NET Ministries. He then joined the Companions of Christ in Saint Paul. The Most Reverend Andrew Cozzens serves as auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.
Dia Boyle thinks and writes about home, hospitality, and friendship, from the home she makes for her family and friends in St. Paul.
Nell O’Leary is a recovering lawyer turned writer, editor, and speaker along with mom to four little kiddos who married her law school love. She’s the Managing Editor for Blessed is She, a Catholic women’s ministry. She loves community, hot cocoa, and reading a good book. She blogs periodically at WholeParentingFamily.com.
Father Brian Park is the pastor of Annunciation Church in Minneapolis. After graduating from college in 2003, he volunteered/worked for NET Ministries in West St. Paul for four years. He entered the Saint Paul Seminary in 2007, was ordained in 2013 and is a member of the Companions of Christ.
About Our Musician
Anna Marie Landis pours out her gift of worship to uplift, comfort, and orient others toward Jesus, who is worthy of all our praise. She has played piano, cello, guitar, and sang for Holy Hours for the Archdiocese of New York, the Diocese of Grand Rapids, and at parishes throughout this Archdiocese, as well as at Masses offered for weddings, funerals, and Last Chance Mass at St. John Vianney Seminary. In addition to her passion for praise and worship, Anna Marie is finishing her last year of law school at the University of St. Thomas and discerning the Lord’s call for her next step.