good shepherdThe Community of the Good Shepherd (8815 E. Kemper Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45249) is presenting a Lenten Parish Mission, “Taking the Further Journey,” with Paula D’Arcy March 2, 3 and 4. She will speak at 9:30 a.m. and repeat the session at 7:00 p.m. each evening.

A sign over the altar at the St. Francis Cathedral in Santa Fe reads, Love one another constantly. The word “constantly” changes the phrase from a beautiful invitation to discipleship, to an even deeper challenge to move into the heart of love and forgiveness.  What does it mean to move beyond the small story of our lives and to answer the deep call of love?

  •  Monday, March 2 – “Walking a New Road – Meeting Life with an Open Heart”
  • Tuesday, March 3 – “Knowing the Power of Forgiveness”
  • Wednesday, March 4 – “The Richness of Our Loving”

Paula D’Arcy is a writer, playwright, retreat leader and conference and seminar speaker. In 2001 she established Red Bird Foundation, which supports the growth and spiritual development of those in need throughout the world, including men and women in prison.  The foundation has sponsored two international gatherings of women known as WOMENSPEAK, conferences which honor the woman’s voice as a force of peace and healing for the world.  A former psychotherapist, Paula survived the loss of her husband and young daughter in an accident in 1975. She was three months pregnant at the time. Among her best-selling books are Gift of the Red Bird, Waking Up to This Day, and When People Grieve.

All are welcome.  No fee.  No registration.  Questions and light refreshments following.

For more information, or for directions, visit www.good-shepherd.org.

Questions? Contact Emily Meyer at 513-489-8815, ext. 726 or e-mail her at D'Arcy_Paula

 

 

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