2009 Women's Spirituality Conference

 This Will Be Remembered of Her:
Weaving Together Story and Action

Featuring Megan McKenna

Feb 19th and 20th

Gorecki Conference and Dining Center
At the College of Saint Benedict


Women Wisdom Dancing

"Women Wisdom Dancing"
Artist: Mary Southard, CSJ
Courtesy of www.ministryofthearts.org
Sisters of St. Joseph of LaGrange, IL

Join us for our Women's Spirituality Conference celebrating the personal and professional experiences of women in ministry.  We begin this year's celebration with a Keynote address by Megan McKenna, storyteller, author, spiritual director, and theologian.  

On Thursday, Megan will be with us to explore the stories of women from around the world, both historic and contemporary, as we seek to be people of faith and hope in our world today. 

Then on Friday, Megan will share with us her love of words and her personal experiences from around the globe.  She brings to birth meaning and hope by weaving together Scripture, stories, poetry, and images that challenge and transform all who listen. Megan will engage us in a hands-on workshop inviting us to explore our own stories and how our stories bring meaning to the lives of those around us.

We're excited to offer this conference to you and hope you will join us to explore our personal and shared stories, engage in community, and reflect in word and song.   


Conference Schedule

Thursday Evening Feb 19

7:00 Registration
7:30 Keynote:  "This Will Be Remembered Of Her" by Megan McKenna

Friday Morning Feb 20

8:30    Check-in, Reception, and Continental Breakfast
9:00    Morning Reflection
9:15    "Dangerous Dreaming in the Daylight" Part 1 workshop by Megan McKenna
10:30  Break
10:45  "Dangerous Dreaming in the Daylight" Part 2 workshop by Megan McKenna
12:00  Closing Reflection
12:15  Lunch

In the beginning was the word...Once upon a time...as the old ones say...did you hear?
Come listen...continue the story, make it come true... as you come true

~Megan McKenna, Keepers of the Story: Oral Traditions in Religion

Suggested Donation:  $15.  Members of Saint Benedict's Monastery and CSB/SJU students free (must present ID).