Engaging Classic Religious Traditions in Spiritual Direction
This workshop attends to guidelines for spiritual direction as provided by some of the major Christian traditions including the Benedictine, Franciscan, Ignatian, Carmelite, Salesian, and selected Reform perspectives. Both the theological assumptions and the spiritual themes inherent in these classic traditions will be brought to light.
This program is oriented for spiritual directors who are willing to bring their experiences to the workshop so as to facilitate the integration of these Traditions into their own practice of spiritual direction. A contemplative attention to this dynamic will contribute to personal conversion and ministerial enrichment.
Kathleen McAlpin, RSM, holds a D.Min. from Regis College of the Toronto School of Theology and a Master’s in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University in Chicago. She is a graduate of the Center for Religious Development in Spiritual Direction and Supervision based in Cambridge, MA. Kathleen assisted in the creation of the Spiritual Direction Program at Neumann University and created the Diploma Program in Spiritual Direction at Regis College. She has served as an adjunct faculty member for the Christian Spirituality Program at Creighton University for over 20 years. Kathleen serves on the Spiritual Direction Formation Team at Cranaleith Spiritual Center in Philadelphia which focuses on the Contemplative Tradition, the Charism of Mercy, and the art of spiritual accompaniment with those on the margins of life.
Date Friday, January 17th from 1 to 4 PM
Religious & Clergy $35
Register online at www.daylesford.org or call (610) 647-2530 ext. 1330