Stories That Could be True

Due to the extraordinary times we’re living through, this retreat on gratitude is being offered as a virtual event. It’s about poets and lepers and mystics and other essential workers in the story of faith. It’s about you and me, about health and anxiety and unwelcome surprises. It’s about poet William Stafford and mystic Thomas Merton and my mother and your family. It’s about rediscovering how words and solitude come together to teach us something we already know about what it means to be human. The five 45-minute pre-recorded series includes reflections on: * Poetry 101 * Gratitude 101 * Poetry Is an Inside Job * Gratitude When Life Hurts * Solitude and Gratitude With Zoom sessions for sharing & discussion with the retreat leader. Please submit questions and comments to Alice at Alice Camille is a writer, religious educator, and retreat leader. Author of twenty books, including For Everything There is a Season and This Transforming Word, Alice currently makes her home in New England. She takes God seriously, and religion with a sense of humor.

If you are interested in participating in this FREE on-line retreat, please contact the Oratory Center for Spirituality at Once you are registered you will receive an invitation to the Zoom sessions and information on how to access the 5-part retreat to do at your pace and on your schedule

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May 23 - 30 2020


2:00 pm - 2:00 pm


no charge

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