Facilitated by Zinia Pritchard.
This Advent retreat offers a hospitable space to attend to the paradox of Dark Night: to notice and nurture the seeds of life that lie buried within the soil of one’s suffering. Perhaps pleasure in life has dried up? Or we may no longer know our way? Yet, we continue to entrust ourselves to the Holy in faith, hope, and love. Come and explore through story, image, song, reflection, and spiritual practice, Dark Night Advent themes of Preparing, Attending, Anticipating/Waiting, and Welcoming /Transforming.
Friday, December 8 (7 pm) to Sunday, December 10 (1 pm)
Suite $300 Single $250 Commute $200
Register by December 4 Event #15283
Zinia Pritchard, D.Min., O.P. Assoc., is a Contemplative Practical Theologian and Dark Night scholar. Her roots lie within the rich soil of parish pastoral leadership and palliative and end-of-life spiritual care. Deep listening, spiritual reflection, retreat, personal and communal prayer facilitation, and spiritual formation characterize her contemplative ministry.