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Abbey of Gethsemani
Trappist
502-549-4133
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Mar 21 2014
Mar 23 2014
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Mount Saint Joseph Conference and Retreat Center
Maple Mount
270-229-0206


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Abbey of Gethsemani
Trappist
Email: webmonk@monks.org
Website: www.monks.org
Telephone: 502-549-4133

Hospitality maintains a prominence in the living monastic tradition. As outlined in Saint Benedict’s Rule for Monasteries, the guest represents Christ and has a claim on the welcome and care of the community.

The Abbey of Gethsemani has received guests from the first days of its foundation in 1848.

People from all over the world are welcomed by the monks.


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Title of Retreat : Spring Women’s Retreat – Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
Date of Retreat: Mar 21 2014
Retreat End Date : Mar 23 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Catholic
Primary Theme: Women's
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Mount Saint Joseph Conference and Retreat Center
Website: ursulinesmsj.org
Email: kathy.mccarty@maplemount.org
Telephone: 270-229-0206

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, “the Little Flower,” was one of the most popular saints of the 20th century.
Her spirituality of “the Little Way” reminds Christians that holiness does not require extraordinary deeds, lofty theology or mystical phenomena.
Rather, Thérèse’s ideal of holiness is faithful and loving attention to the ordinary circumstances and people of our daily lives. Retreatants will reflect on and pray with Saint Thérèse by looking at her family life, her experience of Carmelite life, her “Little Way” and her experience of dying and the promise of eternity.



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.ursulinesmsj.org
Email: kathy.mccarty@maplemount.org
Telephone: 270-229-0206

Retreat Leader: Sister Cheryl Clemons, OSU
Leader Biography: Sister Cheryl Clemons, OSU, is Vice President for Academic Affairs/Academic Dean at Brescia University in Owensboro, Ky.
She has twice served her community,the Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph, in leadership, most recently as assistant congregational leader (2004-2010).
Sister Cheryl is a former faculty member of Brescia and adjunct professor in the Hesburgh Sabbatical Program at the Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. She has taught a variety of theology, liturgy, spirituality and biblical courses, including Women in Christian Tradition and Women’s Spirituality. She also speaks regularly to RCIA and adult education groups. Sister Cheryl holds a doctorate from The Catholic University of America in historical theology—systematics, with minors in women’s theology and medieval church history.

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