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Indiana,, meaning the "Land of the Indians," is a state of the United States of America. Indiana is bordered by Lake Michigan and the state of Michigan (N), Ohio (E), Kentucky, across the Ohio River (S), and Illinois (W).

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MoonTree Studios
Donaldson
574-935-1763
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Ongoing
Ongoing
Prayer
Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality
Mt. St. Francis
812-923-8817
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Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center
Donaldson
574-935-1780
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Ongoing
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Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center
St. Meinrad
941-627-1938
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Oakwood Retreat Center
Selma
765-747-7027
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May 31 2015
Jun 05 2015
Prayer
MoonTree Studios
Donaldson
574-935-1763


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Oakwood Retreat Center
Selma
Email: OakwoodRetreatCenter@Webstop.com
Website: www.oakwoodretreatcenter.org
Telephone: 765-747-7027

Rainbow Farm, an International Emissary Community, is the setting for Oakwood Retreat Center, located in East Central Indiana just east of Muncie. As a host facility for retreats and group events we provide fully equipped meeting spaces, dining facilities, and guest rooms with accommodations available for up to 50 people.

Accomodations:
European Bed and Breakfast Style
Comfortable rooms for two are the norm
Towels and linens are provided
Some private rooms


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Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center
St. Meinrad
Email: info@saintmeinrad.org
Website: saintmeinrad.edu
Telephone: 941-627-1938

"Come and be refreshed!"

Saint Meinrad Archabbey is nestled among cornfields and rolling hills between Louisville, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana; it is conveniently located just off Interstate 64 and ideally suited to prayer and reflection. Enjoy Benedictine hospitality in a contemplative atmosphere with comfortable guestrooms providing a special time and place to be alone with God. You are welcome to attend the prayer services with the monks in the beautiful Archabbey Church.


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Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center
Donaldson
Email: mcrider@poorhandmaids.org
Website: lindenwood.org
Telephone: 574-935-1780

Lindenwood, sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, is located on the beautiful grounds of the PHJC Ministry Center in Donaldson, Indiana. Lindenwood offers innovative programs for personal spiritual growth, faith enrichment and education, and is also a conference center offering quiet meeting spaces for church groups, not-for-profit organizations and corporations.

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Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality
Mt. St. Francis
Email: retreats@mountsaintfrancis.org
Website: mountsaintfrancis.org
Telephone: 812-923-8817

Mount Saint Francis is a multi-purpose complex owned and administered by the Conventual Franciscan Friars of the Province of Our Lady of Consolation. Following in the tradition of their founder, St. Francis of Assisi, the friars maintain the Mount as a residence and a sacred space of welcome. A primary focus is the life of the friars. A primary ministry is the Center for Spirituality, which provides opportunities for spiritual renewal to all people. The friars also make the Mount available to other organizations whose purpose is to encourage religious and human enrichment, all being done in a context of respect for creation and the sanctity of life in all its forms.

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MoonTree Studios
9601 Union Road
P.O. Box 1
Donaldson
46563
Email: moontree@poorhandmaids.org
Website: www.moontreestudios.org
Telephone: 574-935-1763

MoonTree Studios and Gallery is a ministry of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. At MoonTree, we invite people to experience mindfulness as they fearlessly explore the interconnectedness of Art, Nature, and the Spirit within.
For those who desire a retreat experience, we are in collaboration with Lindenwood Retreat & Conference Center, asister ministry located on the same campus. We are situated on a peaceful, flower-filled prairie, overlooking Lake Galbraith.


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Title of Retreat : Praying with Imagination: The Saint John’s Bible Experience
Date of Retreat: May 31 2015
Retreat End Date : Jun 05 2015
Spiritual Orientation: 
Primary Theme: Prayer
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 MoonTree Studios
Website: www.moontreestudios.org
Email: moontree@poorhandmaids.org
Telephone: 

Pray with the illuminated word of The Saint John’s Bible and extend the prayer through the arts of bookmaking, calligraphy, painting and storytelling.
The morning sessions empower participants to practice the Seeing the Word process, delve deeper into learning the rhythm of visio divina, while the afternoon will invite participants to ground their own spirituality through developing their artistic imagination.

This is a beautiful experience—beginning with the prayer practice of visio divina each morning, followed by talks on Scripture and prayer. After lunch each day, participants work directly with a master artist to learn new techniques and spiritual art practices, with a special emphasis on the arts of bookmaking—calligraphy, watercolor, pastels, and binding.

In 1995, Saint John’s University and Benedictine Abbey in Minnesota initiated a major undertaking to produce a modern illuminated Bible using entirely medieval techniques and materials (“illumination” is defined as a manuscript in which the text is supplemented by decorative elements and illustrations).

Finally commissioned in 1998, The Saint John’s Bible was executed by Donald Jackson, Senior Scribe to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s Crown Office, along with a collaborative team of scribes, artists, theologians and scholars — working between Wales and Saint John's in Minnesota. The first words were written on Ash Wednesday, 2000, and the final word, “Amen,” penned on May 9, 2011.



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  moontreestudios.org
Email: eschwenk@poorhandmaids.org
Telephone: 574-935-1763

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