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Retreat in Nashua, NH
June 17, 2023 – One-day retreat in Nashua, NH Come away for a day of teaching, discussion, and prayer, beginning with a beautiful Latin Mass in my home parish! Click here for more information and to register
Please note that this retreat has been rescheduled, so if you wanted to join us but did not register, now is your chance.
Space is limited, so don’t wait to sign up!
Your unique temperament affects the way you experience everything in life, including your grief.
Come join me for this Temperaments Workshop and gain valuable insight into your own God-given temperament.
The Workshop will take place within the Present in the Pain Online Community on Saturday, June 24, 2023 from 1-3 PM
Online Community Meetup
The next community meetup will take place on June 15th.
The theme of this meetup is honoring our child with memorial items. Share what you’ve bought, created, or been given to help remember your child and share them with others. Gardens, jewelry, plaques, balloon releases – what do you have or do that helps you remember your chid? I’d love to see it!
Meetups are a great way to make friends in the Community. They’re relaxed and informal and help us to get to know one another better.
You can also come with any questions you may have about the Community, the Online Retreat, the Temperaments Workshop, or anything else!
My Online Video Retreat starts any time, is entirely online, happens at your own pace, and is set in the context of my Present in the Pain Community – a space that offers support for grieving mothers outside of social media.
The retreat offers hope and help, lessons from Scripture and Saints, and practical tools for healing from the grief and trauma associated with the loss of a child. Women can work through it on their own if they prefer, or can join one of our quarterly group retreats with a small group of other bereaved mothers for support, friendship, and accountability to see the retreat through to completion.
I would love to come and speak to your group or to work with you to host a Present in the Pain retreat in your parish or local retreat center.
I am also available to consult with priests and parishes about ways they can better support families who have lost a child.
Click here to view information and here to view a sample itinerary for a one-day retreat in a parish.
Click here for a list of talks or contact me to discuss what would be best for your group’s needs. You can reach me using the contact form.