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NCR summer listings 1993.

Conferences

ARIZONA

Place: National Council for Catholic Evangelization, Phoenix, AZ Time: June 9-12, 1993 Description: Tenth annual conference of the National Council for Catholic Evangelization. National conference focusing on the new Catholic bishops' National Plan and Strategy for Evangelization in the United States, called "Go and Make Disciples." Conference from Wed. evening, June 9, to Sat., June 12; closing 5 p.m. liturgy. Major keynoters are: Adele Gonzalez; Rev. Frank DeSiano, CSP; Bishop William R. Houck; Sr. Barbara Markey, ND; and Burton Pretty On Top. Seven in-depth focus sessions, 30 workshops (nine in Spanish). Several pre-conference features including Preaching Day, June 8, with Rev. Clarence Williams, CPPS. Write NCCE, 7494 Devon Ln., Manassas, VA 221 11 or call 1-800-786-NCCE for conference brochure.

ILLINOIS

Place: Schaumburg, IL Time: Sept. 23-26,1993 Description: National Conference on Preaching. Theme: Lord, Your Servant Is Listening: Sunday Preaching Today. Conference will focus on critical issues in the Sunday preaching event. Fred Baumer, Joan Delaplane, Most Reverend Kenneth Untener, J. Glenn Murray, Teresita Weind, Robert Schreiter and Robert Waznak among the 25 resource persons. Conference will be highly participative in its methodology and features include large and small group discussion sessions, 12 special interest sessions, five-member panel discussion, and six "preaching events." Sponsored by Catholic Coalition on Preaching. Contact: Conference Services by Loretta Reif, P.O. Box 5084, Rockford, IL 61125. (815) 399-2150.

INDIANA

Place: Center for Pastoral Liturgy, Notre Dame, IN Time: June 14-17,1993 Description: The Notre Dame Center for Pastoral Liturgy announces its 21st liturgical conference June 14-17, 1993. Speakers include Gertrud M. Nelson, Mary Collins, Julia Upton, Andrew Ciferni, Theresa Koernke, Don Neumann, Peter Ghiloni, Barbara Bowe, Marchita Mauck, Carol Nyberg, Tina Lillig. Based on new insights from ritual studies, the conference highlights primary languages of liturgy: body, word, music and environment. Participants may focus on Sunday worship, children at worship, sacramental rites, alternate rites. Come to Notre Dame to explore doing the rite. Contact: Center for Pastoral Liturgy, Box 81, Notre Dame, IN 46556. (219) 631-5435.

LOUISIANA

Place: Fairmont Hotel, New Orleans, LA Time: July 28-Aug. 1,1993 Description: Dignity/USA Eleventh Biennial Convention. Our theme, "Celebrate a Living Church," will resonate in liturgies, workshops and entertainment. Folks of all orientations and religious traditions welcome. Speakers include: Rev. Carter Heyward, pioneering woman Episcopal priest; authors Brian McNaught and Virginia Hoffman; and physical awareness facilitators Joe Kramer and Annie Sprinkle. Support groups will include gay/lesbian religious, persons with AIDS/HIV, gay/lesbian parents, and participants in 12-step programs. Folk singer Paula Walowitz, gospel singer Greg Fisher, and a masked ball portend unprecedented festivity. For complete information contact: Dignity/USA, 1500 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Ste. 11, Washington, DC 20005. Or call: 1-800-877-8797.

MASSACHUSETTS

Place: Merrimack College, North Andover, MA Time: June 4-6. June 6-10, 1993 Description: Our Community's Concern: Pastoral Care arid AIDS offers a twofold opportunity at Merrimack College for pastoral care-givers with persons living with AIDS: June 4-6, a retreat; and June 6-10, a conference. Featured speakers include Rev. Ann Showalter, Sr. Teresita Weind, Dr. Terry Tafoya. Pernessa Seele, Paul Morrissey, OSA, and many others. 30 workshops will be offered, including 10 dealing with creative play. Both offerings are interfaith. Participants may register for one or both. For information, write or call: Dr. Nancy Burkin, SSJ, Center for Ministries, Merrimack College, North Andover, MA 01 845; (508) 837-5347. Place: Sheraton Tara Hotel and Resort, Danvers, MA Time: Aug. 22-25,1993 Description: Form/Reform: The National Conference on Environment and Art for the Catholic Worship. Theme: We Are God's People: Ever Ancient, Ever New. More than 25 sessions such as Design of Devotional Sacramental and Proclamation Spaces; The Environment for Initiation; Landscape Architecture and Building Signage; and Historical Preservation Issues. Speakers include Bill Brown, AIA; John Buscemi; Reverend Austin Fleming; Dr. Marchita Mauck; Ade Bethune; and Reverend Lawrence Madden, SJ. Conference also features artists' showcases, exhibits and local tour. Fee, $250. Day rates available. Sponsors: Georgetown Center for Liturgy, Spirituality and the Arts. Contact: Conference Services by Loretta Reif, P.O. Box 5084, Rockford, IL 61125. (815) 399-2150.

MINNESOTA

Place: University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN Time: Aug. 5-8,1993 Description: Small Christian Communities: "Creating a Church for the 21st Century." Small Christian community members from the United States and Canada are invited to gather to create a collective voice for small Christian communities. The convocation agenda will include a lively combination of prayer, presentations, sharing and celebration. Speakers, including Richard Rohr, Art Baranowski and Margo Le Bert, will focus on the formation and life of small Christian communities. The gathering is being sponsored by Buena Vista, the National Alliance of Parishes Restructuring into Communities and the North American Forum for Small Christian Communities. Contact: Bev Quintavalle, Office of Evangelization, 328 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul MN 55102.(612) 291-4488.

NEBRASKA

Place: Creighton University, Omaha, NE Time: June 25-26,1993 Description: Liturgical Catechesis: Seeds for the Future Third on the Prairie Religious Education Conference. Cosponsored by: Archdiocese of Omaha; Diocese of Grand Island; Diocese of Des Moines; Archdiocese of Dubuque; Diocese of Kansas City, Kan.; Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo.; Diocese of New Ulm, Minn.; Diocese of Sioux City, Iowa; Diocese of Davenport, Iowa; University College of Creighton. Major presenters: Rev. Richard Fragomeni, PhD, "Leaning into die Heart of God: The Dynamics of Mystagogy"; Sr. Maryanne Stevens, PhD, "The Liturgy that Teaches Justice"; Maureen A. Kelly, "Rite Paths: The Journey of Conversion." Workshops, exhibitors. Fee: $50 total conference; $35 one day only. Write: University College of Creighton. 2500 California Plaza, Omaha, NE 68178. Call 1-800-637-4279 or (402) 280-2888.

VIRGINIA

Place: Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk, VA Time: July 10- 17, 1993 Description: Clown, Mime, Puppetry, Storytelling, Dance Ministry Workshop. Phoenix Performing Arts Ministries' 1993 conference theme is "Sharing Dreams." The conference offers training for all ages and all experience levels in performing arts ministry, including clowning, mime, puppetry, storytelling arid dance. Each day's schedule includes a seminar, three workshop sessions of your choice, worship opportunities and an evening staff performance. Registration and orientation begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday, July 11. For a conference brochure, contact Phoenix Performing Arts Ministries, Drawer 5665, Virginia Beach VA 23455-5665. (800) 258-5323.

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Place: Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC Time: Sept. 17-19,1993 Description: Sixth Annual Future of the American Church and Academic Conferences. Theme: From Impasse to Opportunity: Listening to the Voice of the Whole Church. Speakers: Michael Kenny, Virgil Elizondo, Fran Ferder, John Heagle, Charles Curran. Toinette Eugene, Mary Frances Reza, Anthony Padovano, Rosemary Ruether, Joann Heaney-Hunter, Lorraine Amendolara and others. Participants are automatically registered for both conferences. These conferences will seek to develop new approaches to listening and responding to the significant impasses of gender and culture in the church and the world. Contact: National Center for Pastoral Leadership. 2661 Riva Rd., Suite 1042, Annapolis. MD 21401, (410) 266-6462.

WISCONSIN

Place: Holiday Inn Southeast, Madison. WI Time: April 26-27,1993 Description: Wisconsin Liturgical Conference. Theme: Worship in the 21st Century: Reading the Signs of the Times. Most Reverend Kenneth Untener and Linda Gaupin, CDP, will present the general sessions. Reaction panel and dialogue will follow these sessions. Workshops will focus on topics such as ritual books, communications and computer technology, stewardship and accessibility for all in the assembly space. Conference concludes with a table prayer, banquet and closing presentation by Vicki Klima. Sponsored by the five Diocesan Offices of Worship of Wisconsin; fee, $95. Contact: Conference Services by Loretta Reif, P.O. Box 5084, Rockford, IL 61125, (815) 399-2150.

Education

CALIFORNIA

Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 21 -July 30, 1993 Description: The Institute for Catholic Educational Leadership (ICEL) offers 22 courses and workshops in San Francisco and three in Los Angeles as part of the master's and EdD programs in private school administration. Catholic schools are different; our programs are different. The ICEL summer community attracts teachers with national recognition, students from 41 different states and 11 foreign countries. The three-week courses include: Foundations, School Law, Administration, Personnel, Computers and Moral Development Other courses focus on Justice, Spirituality, Finance Research, Counseling and Multiculture. ICEL offers in Los Angeles a two-week course for new secondary and elementary principals and courses in school law and justice in curriculum. For more details, write or call: Edwin McDermott, SJ, University of San Francisco, 2130 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA 94117-1080; (415) 666-6226. Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30,1993 Description: Study with us in everyone's favorite city. The graduate program in religious education combines courses on central issues of faith with more skill-oriented courses for Christian life and service, adapted to the needs and interests of students. The distinguished international faculty will offer courses for weekends, one, two, three, four and six weeks. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Religious Education, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601. Place: Center for Spiritual Development, Orange, CA Time: July 19-23,1993 Description: Our Summer Week '93 features five courses (two hours each, Monday through Friday) for those who want to enrich their artistic, intellectual and spiritual lives. Choices available mornings, afternoons or evenings. No grades or tests. Ideal retreat-like setting for relaxed learning. "Enneagram Workshop," Clarence Thomson; "A Spirituality Called Christian Feminism," Anne Brotherton, SFCC; "Great World Religions and Literature," Anne Lynch, CSJ; Art and Contemplation," Madeleva Williams, CSJ; "Dream Interpretation and Journaling," Victoria Dendinger, Phd. Come center yourself in this spiritual oasis far from the noise -- yet close to the city, ocean, mountains -- with easy access to airports and recreation areas. (See RETREAT, SABBATICAL or SPANISH STUDIES sections.) Write or call: Center for Spiritual Development, Summer Week '93, 434 S. Batavia, Orange, CA 92668-3995. (714) 744-3175. Place: Doheny Campus, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA Time: June 21 -July 30, 1993 Description: Thursday evening lecture series: July 8, Re Gnostic Adoption of John's Gospel and Its Canonization by the Church Catholic," Gerard Sloyan; July 15, "17th-century Spirituality for the 21st Century," Mary McKay; July 22, "The Recovery of Community in Our Time: Thoughts on Dorothy Day," June O'Connor; July 29, "The Sexual Person: Reflections on the Nature of the Embodied Person Before God and in Relation to Others," Richard Sparks. Doheny Campus, Donohue Center, 8 p.m., 5 lecture; $16 series. Weekend, one- to three-week courses; 12 courses in scripture, systematics, ethics, liturgical studies and pastoral care/counseling leading to the MA, certificate or noncredit enrichment. Residence available. Write: Dr. Alexis Navarro, IHM, Mount St. Mary's College, 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007. (213) 746-0450, ext. 2138.

COLORADO

Place: Notre Dame de Lafayette University, Aurora, CO Time: Year-round Description: Notre Dame de Lafayette University offers resident and external programs leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees. NDLU offers programs in theology, religious education. comparative religion, wellness sciences, chiropathy, psychology, pastoral counseling, theocentric psychotherapy and more. Financial assistance is available. Payment plans can be arranged with the financial services director. Tuitions are now at $85/undergraduate credit and $100/graduate credit Ministry programs offered through the university for those interested in lay or clerical ministries. Write or call: Notre Dame de Lafayette University (Mercian Orthodox Catholic Church), 941 S. Havana St., Aurora, CO 80012. (303) 341-0082.

CONNECTICUT

Place: Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, CT Time: June 21-July 30,1993 Description: The Counseling Institute at Saint Joseph College offers courses in Helping Families Cope with Stress; Divorce and Remarriage; Addictions: Philosophy and Treatment in Contemporary Society; Counseling the Aging; and more. Coursework leading to M.A. in counseling. Contact the Counseling Institute, Saint Joseph College. 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117. (203) 232-4571, ext. 333. Place: Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, CT Time: June 21-July 30, 1993 Description: The Institute in Gerontology at Saint Joseph College offers intensive summer courses in aging from a human development perspective. Courses are from one to three credits ($240 per credit) and run from June 21 to July 23. Students may take these courses for credit or on an auditing basis. Summer 93 offerings are: Supervision and Management in Human Service Agencies, Nutrition of Aging, Counseling the Aging, Human Development (birth to middle age), Group Strategies and Issues of Mid-life, Family and Aging. Contact: Graduate School, Saint Joseph College, 1678 Asylum Ave., West Hartford, CT 06117, (203) 232-4571, ext. 261.

ILLINOIS

Place: Our Lady of Snows Retreat Center, Belleville, IL Time: Aug. 2-6, 1993 Description: Catholic School Management will offer four certificate programs: Introductory Development - intensive training in communications, marketing and funding programs for Catholic schools, with board and administrative roles emphasized. Advanced Development -- designed to enhance existing development programs and improve annual giving. Student Recruitment and Retention -- a mission-driven approach to enhancing recruitment/retention efforts. Effective Catholic School Administration -- addresses habits of effective Catholic school administration and explores appropriate roles/responsibilities within academic, student, faith community, development and board affairs. Request brochure from: Catholic School Management, 24 Cornfield Lane, Madison. CT 06443.(203) 421-5169.

OHIO

Place: Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH Time: May 17-Aug. 12,1993 Description: 1993 summer sessions bulletin of classes and workshops now available. Over 50 workshops and 300 courses are scheduled throughout the summer on weekdays, evenings and weekends. Undergraduate and graduate courses offered in areas of arts and sciences, business, education, Montessori, professional studies, religion and social sciences. Campus housing available. For your copy of bulletin or for more information call/write: Xavier University, Summer Sessions, 3800 Victory Pkwy.. Cincinnati, OH 45207-3123. (513) 745-4381.

WASHINGTON

Place: Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA Time: May 17-June 25, June 28-July 23, 1993 Description: Study this summer at Gonzaga University in the heart of the great inland Northwest. Spiritual and theological renewal and updating, for credit and noncredit. MA programs in religious studies, pastoral ministry, spirituality and M.Div program. Graduate and undergraduate classes. Visiting professors, Wilfrid Harrington, OP, from Dublin, Ireland, and Bishop Francis George, OMI, Bishop of Yakima, Wash. Courses in scripture, spirituality, systematics, moral and pastoral offer strong theological foundations with a practical ministerial focus. Write or call: Religious Studies Department, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA 99258, 1-800-572-9712, ext. 3382, or (509) 328-4220, ext. 3382.

CONNECTICUT

Place: Wisdom House, Litchfield, CT Time: Calendar year Description: Wisdom House Retreat provides a setting for groups and individuals to step back from today's hectic pace of life. Located in northwest Connecticut, it welcomes those involved in church ministry, education, health care, civic service and the arts. Fifty-eight acres of meadows and hills are in easy access to historic Litchfield. It makes an ideal setting for meetings, vacation and retreats. Re Main Building houses 115 in private, semiprivate or dormitory facilities. An 18th-century farmhouse provides rooms for up to 22 guests. Write or call: Wisdom House, 229 E. Litchfield Rd., Litchfield, CT 06759. (203) 567-3163. Fax: (203) 567-3166.

MISSOURI

Place: The Franciscan Prayer Center, Independence, MO Time: Year-round Description: Located in the Heart of America -- ideal for national gatherings. Available for group retreats, meetings, conferences or private retreats. 30 minutes from Kansas City, 45 minutes from international airport. Open year-round. Pristine hilltop setting, 82-acre campus of natural beauty secluded woods, open fields, walking trails. Daily Eucharist, chapel, handicapped access, complete dining room seats 150, meeting spaces for 8-150, bookstore and library, ample parking. Accommodations for 65-75 overnight guests (depending on size of group, participants may room with another same-sex person), shared bathrooms. Located at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Francis. Write or call: The Franciscan Prayer Center, 2100 N. Noland Rd., Independence, MO 64050-1698. (816) 252-1673. Fax: (816) 252-5574.

NEW YORK

Place: Thornfield Conference Center, Cazenovia, NY Time: Year-round Description: Modem full-service conference center located on 40 acres on Cazenovia Lake, 20 miles southeast of Syracuse, NY, 25 miles from Syracuse airport. Owned and operated by the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Central New York. Varied meeting and break-out rooms for groups of 15-115. Chapel of the Holy Cross. Lodging for 66 in twin bedrooms with adjoining bath. Our own delicious food service. Ideal location to hold conferences, educational events, meetings, renewal programs, group retreats, etc. For information contact: Margaret Shephard, Conference Coordinator, Thornfield Conference Center, 4668 West Lake Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035. (315) 655-3123. Fax: (315) 655-4006.

VERMONT

Place: Retreat-Vacation House, Weston, VT Time: Spring-Summer-Fall Description: Within minutes of Weston Priory, this all-cedar, two-story house is an ideal setting for retreat or vacation. Situated on six acres, it has three bedrooms, two baths, full kitchen, large dining and living areas with cathedral ceiling, full carpeting, dishwasher, dryer, fireplace, stereo/tape deck and large deck overlooking tall birches and pines for total privacy and quiet. Within minutes are supermarkets, quaint country stores as well as hiking and swimming in the Green National Forest. Available for rent weekly and/or weekends. For rates and further information call: evenings (516) 589-0977 or (516) 563-4734. Place: The Leslie Place, Belmont, VT Time: Year-round Description: Located near the Weston Priory. Me Leslie Place offers comfortable accommodations in a peaceful setting. Its classic New England farmhouse and 100 acres are surrounded by wonderful mountain views and meadows. The relaxed pace combined with the beauty of a Vermont summer creates a welcome change. While the close proximity to the Weston Priory offers an ideal opportunity for a single private retreat or for a group to share time together. Summer rates. Brochure available. Write or call: The Leslie Place, Box 62, Belmont, VT 05730; 1-800-352-7439 or (802) 259-2903.

CALIFORNIA

Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30,1993 Description: Complete graduate certificate programs (16 credits each) in pastoral ministry and religious education during summer sessions or during an academic year. The 1993 summer faculty includes: Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, Carroll Stuhlmueller, William Dych, Huston Smith, James and Evelyn Whitehead, John and Denise Carmody, Mary Peter Traviss, Robert Kinast, Loughlin Sofield and Carroll Juliano, Rosemary Ruether, Harvey Egan and Padraic O'Hare. Tuition grants available. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Graduate Certificate and Degree Programs, Campion D-2 USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601. Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30, 1993 Description: Earn a master of arts in theology, combining summer session with year-round program. Summer courses for weekends, one, two, three, four and six weeks: Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, Carroll Stuhlmueller, William Dych, Huston Smith, James and Evelyn Whitehead, John and Denise Carmody, Mary Peter Traviss, Robert Kinast, Loughlin Sofield and Carroll Juliano, Rosemary Ruether, Harvey Egan, Padraic O'Hare. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, MA theology program, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415).666-6601. Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30, 1993 Description: Study with us in everyone's favorite city. The graduate program in pastoral ministry combines courses on central issues of faith with more skill-oriented courses for Christian life and service, adapted to the needs and interests of students. The distinguished international faculty will offer courses for weekends, one, two, three, four and six weeks. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Pastoral Ministry, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601. Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30,1993 Description: Join USF's internationally recognized master's program in applied spirituality especially designed for developing leaders in spiritual ministry. This four-summers program features the 30-day Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, two summers study in scripture and spirituality, and a final practicum and integrating seminar. Visiting scholars of international and national reputation. Emphasis on experiential learning and personal appropriation of the principles of learning and personal appropriation of the principles of Christian spirituality. Tuition grants available. Write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ. Summer MAS Program, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601.

CALIFORNIA

Place: Doheny Campus, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA Time: June 21-July 30, 1993 Description: One-, two- and three-week and weekend courses leading to MA and/or certificate or noncredit enrichment. Peter Petit, The Prophets; Gerard Sloyan Gospel and Letters of John; John Brennan, Jesus the Christ; Joan Doyle, Reconciliation and Anointing; Richard Sparks' Human Sexuality and Marriage; Paul Levesque, Foundations of Liturgical Studies; Paul Levesque, Liturgical Year and Planning; Gary Riebe-Estrella. Understanding the Church From A Hispanic Perspective; Patricia Beirne, Spirituality and Spiritual Direction; Aline Smith Pastoral Counseling: Cross Cultural Issues; Mimi Simson, Issues in Pastoral Counseling: Aging; Richard Bums, Issues in Pastoral Counseling: Child Abuse. Residence available. Write: Dr. Alexis Navarro, IHM, Mount St. Mary's College, 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007. (213) 746-0450, ex. 2138. Place: Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA Time: June 28-Aug. 7. 1993 Description: Offering a 1993 summer symposium of one-, two- and three-week courses on a variety of pastoral ministry topics. Enjoy studying in a comfortable and relaxed setting with a distinguished faculty. Faculty includes: Dr. Candace Fredrick; William Hewitt, SJ; Jake Empereur, SJ; Dr. Lizette Larson-Miller; Dr. Marie Ann Mayeski; and John Gallen, SJ. Courses can be taken for graduate credit (financial aid available) or personal enrichment (audit). LMU is a Jesuit university in southern California with easy access to the Pacific Ocean and airport. Reasonable campus housing and dining. Write: Director, Loyola Marymount University, Center for Pastoral Studies, Loyola Blvd. at W. 80th St, Los Angeles, CA 90045. Call: (310) 338-2799.

CONNECTICUT

Place: St. Joseph College, West Hartford, CT Time: June 21-24,1993 Description: Graduate Institute on Contemporary Christian Thought (2 credits), Reverend John J. Stack, coordinator, pastoral theology/scripture. First lecturer: Patrick J. Brennan, Institute of Pastoral Studies, Loyola University of Chicago. Six lectures: Re-Imagining the Parish. Second lecturer: Sister Camilla Bums, Ph.D., Loyola Institute of Pastoral Studies. Six lectures: Biblical Symbols. Contact: Graduate School, St. Joseph College, 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117. (203) 232-4571, ext. 261. Place: Saint Joseph College, West Hartford, CT Time: June 21 -July 30, 1993 Description: Institute in Pastoral Ministry; one-, two- and three-credit courses and workshops; audit possible. Can lead to MA or certificates in pastoral ministry or spirituality. Courses in spirituality (developmental spirituality, spiritual growth through dreams and ministry of spiritual direction); counseling (counseling techniques, family therapy, addiction, aging); ministry self-esteem, empowering people, effective administration, key moments in pastoral care, RCIA, canon law); theology (Christology, Hebrew scriptures). For brochure: Fr. Charles Topper, EdD, Saint Joseph College, 1678 Asylum Ave., West Hartford, CT 06117, (203) 232-4571, ext. 333.

INDIANA

Place: St. Meinrad, School of Theology, St. Meinhard, IN Time: June 21-July 30, 1993 Description: St. Meinrad School of Theology offers weekend, one-week, three-week and six-week courses for continuing education, MRE, MTS, and MA degrees. Benedictine atmosphere, small classes, opportunity for community, quiet setting, reasonably priced. Courses in spirituality. religious education, pastoral ministry, liturgy, Gregorian chant, scripture, cannon law, church history, systematics and philosophy. Faculty includes Thomas P. Walters, Michael Downey, Richard Stern, Thomas Richstatter, John Buckel, Isaac McDaniel Kurt Stasiak, Bridget Clare McKeever, Nathaniel Reeves, David Denz, Gill Ring, Stanley Werne. Write: Director Of Summer Session St. Meinrad, IN 47577. Phone: (812) 357-6599. Place: University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN Time: June 21-July 30 (3-week-, 2-week; 1-week modules) Description: Study with a distinguished summer faculty and earn an MA in theology (liturgical or theological area) in a program fully coordinated with the academic year. Faculty in 1993 includes: Paul Bradshaw; George Carey (Archbishop of Canterbury); John Cavadini: Regina Coll; Lawrence Cunningham; Charles Curran; Emmanuel Cutrone; James Dallen; Paul Griffiths; Zachery Hayes; Kenneth Himes; Lawrence Hoffman; Kathleen Hughes; Richard McBrien; Roland Murphy; Gerald O'Collin; Thomas O'Meara; Gilbert Ostdiek, David Steinmetz; Robert Taft; Kern Trembath; James VanderKam; Geoffrey Wainwright; James White. $130/credit hr. Write: M.A. Director, Dept. of Theology, Rm. 7, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556.

KENTUCKY

Place: Spalding University, Louisville, KY Time: June 28-July 2, 1993 Description: Approaches to Religious Education: a one-week intensive course (9 am. to 5 p.m.) with Tom Yost will combine theory arid practice for both parish and school settings. Mon. and Tues.: Foundations (systems and contents, goals and processes). Wed.: Focus on Children (faith development and catechetical formation). Thurs.: Focus on Adolescents (youth ministry and media sophistication). Fri.: Focus on Adults and Families (needs and approaches). Workshop atmosphere. Three graduate credits for full course. Auditors may select sections of interest for pro-rated tuition. Campus accommodations available. Contact: Dr. Joseph Martos, College of Arts and Sciences, Spalding University, Louisville, KY 40203, (502) 585-9911.

LOUISIANA

Place: Loyola's Institute for Ministry, New Orleans, LA Time: June 13-July 23,1993 Description: Master of Religious Education and Master of Pastoral Studies with concentrations in Basic Christian Community Formation, Pastoral Administration, Pastoral Care and Counseling, Hispanic Ministries (in conjunction with the Mexican American Cultural Center in San Antonio), and in African American Ministries (in conjunction with Xavier University's Institute for Black Catholic Studies in New Orleans). In the ambience of historic old New Orleans, an outstanding Loyola faculty coupled with nationally and intentionally renowned visiting professors offer emphasis on practical theology. for application materials, information on 50 percent discounts and free LIM video, contact: LIM, Box 67,6363 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118.-777-5469. Place: Washington Theological Union, Silver Spring, MD Time: June 20-July 30, 1993 Description: One- and two-week courses, three hours a day. Campus located just outside the nation's capital in an area of cultural and historical importance, and natural beauty. Courses include Feminist Readings arid Their Impact on Women in Ministry; Myticism, Consciousness and a Technological World; Franciscan Mysticism; Psychological and Spiritual Development of Women; Self-Awareness and Ministry; Ecclesial Ministries; Images of Mary in Christian Tradition; Biblical Spirituality; The Bible for Prayerful Imagination; The Catholic Church in the 20th Century -- Relic of the Past or Beacon of the Future? and "Bring in Their Own Splendor" Mission, Dialogue and Proclamation in the Contemporary Religious World. There are also 6 one-week workshops from June 5 to July 30, on topics such as Spirituality and the Visual Arts; Workshop for Lectors; and Composition of Liturgical Texts. For further information, contact Roberta Kerins, D.Min., Washington Theological Union, 9001 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20903; (301) 439-0551

MASSACHUSETTS

Place: Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA Time: June 28-Aug. 6,1993, (year-round) Description: Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry -- Summer Session. The Institute's summer program offers two-week courses (credit or audit) for degree or continuing education Degree programs available summer and academic year include: MEd, CAES, and MA in pastoral ministry with concentrations in pastoral care and counseling social ministry, liturgy and worship, religious education, leadership/church management, spirituality, and ministry, Hispanic ministry, joint MA/MSW. Other academic year programs include: PhD religious education and the sabbatical renewal program. Financial assistance and graduate housing are available. For further information contact: Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, Dept. E, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167.(617) 552-8440,800-487-1167 or fax: (617) 552-0811. Place: Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry and School of Social Work, Chestnut Hill, MA Time: Year-round Description: Joint degree master of arts in pastoral ministry and master of social work. The MA/MSW is a joint degree program for students who are interested in serving both the pastoral and social needs of individuals, families, groups and communities. The program reflects the university's mission to educate individuals who are committed to the pursuit of social justice. The combined curriculum integrates the academic study of theology and social work with extensive field education. Students may choose concentrations in social policy, planning and administration, or clinical social work. For further information contact: Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, Dept. E, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. (617) 552-8440, 800-487-1167 or fax: (617) 552-0811. Place: Assumption College, Worcester, MA Time: June 20-25, 1993 Description: "Christology Today." Jaroslav Pelikan, Yale University, keynoter, "Christ Through the Centuries: Theme and Variations"; Lucien Richard, OMI, Weston School of Theology, daily morning lecturer, "Christology: An Invitation to Discipleship"; Anthony Padovano, Ramapo College of New Jersey, "The Christ of Tradition: Christ and Church" and The Christ of the Future: Non-Violence and Thomas Merton"; Pheme Perkins, Boston College, "New Testament Christology Today"; Monika K. Hellwig, Georgetown University, "Christology: The Naming of the Mystery" and "Christology: The Contemporary Challenge"; Worcester Art Museum, "Images of Christ." Graduate, undergraduate credit; noncredit; CEUs. Write: Dr. Wayne Rollins, Assumption College, 500 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01615-0005. Tel. (508) 752-5615.

NEW YORK

Place: Fordham University, Bronx, NY Time: I June 24-July 8; II July 12-27; III June 21-July 30, 1993 Description: Summer courses toward master's MA, MS) and post-master's (APD,NY state): specializations in religious education (adults, adolescents, children's); spirituality/spiritual direction; pastoral care/counseling (parish family, youth, hospital/hospice). I Prophets (J. Cook), John (J. Keating), Holy Spirit (K. O'Shea), Rahner (J. Bacik), Spirituality (A. Padovano). II Anthropology (D. Gray), Moral (B. Johnstone), Pastoral Counseling (J. Shea), Adult Psychology (A. Higgins), Youth Ministry (J. Nelson). III Lay Theology (Z. Fox). Campus community, recreational facilities, New York City in easy reach. Write: Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education, Fordham University, Bronx, NY 10458. Phone: (718) 579-2537. Place: Franciscan Institute Summer Program, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY Time: June 28-July 30, 1993 Description: The Franciscan Institute Summer Program 1993 given at St. Bonaventure University. Five-week courses: Method/Bibliography, Franciscan: Scriptural Foundations, Franciscan Spirituality, Clare of Assisi: Life and Spirituality, Franciscan Thought: History, Franciscan Person: Development, Seminar: Franciscans and Earth Community. Three-week course: Franciscan Penitential Movement: Spirituality and Historical Contexts. Two-week course: Rule and Life of Third Order Regular. Special Course Offerings: Francis: His Life & Charism, The Franciscan Movement. Special Events: Franciscan Formators Program (July 14-18); Weekend Program for Secular Franciscans (July 23-25). Year-round studies available. Tuition: $290/graduate hour. Room/board: $650. Write: Graduate Office, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY 14778.

OHIO

Place: University of Dayton. Religious Studies Dept., Dayton, OH Time: June 21-July 30,1993 Description: Graduate Programs: Theology and Ministry. Six-week summer/year-round. John: Approaches to Morality; U.S. Catholicism; Pastoral Counseling; Prophets; New Testament Theology; Theology of Vatican II; Contemporary Theologians; Christian Doctrine in Early Church History & Theology/Medieval Church; Religious Psychology; Christology; Faith, Culture & Adult Learning; Theology of Prayer, Ecclesiology; Theology of Communications; Gospel/Electronic Age. Marian Studies: Scripture; Doctrine; Spirituality; History. Summer Lecture Series: Human Rights. the World mid the Church: Teresita Weind -- Wholeness Perspective, Paula Gonzales -- Earth Perspective, J. Bryan Hehir -- Catholic Perspective, Thomas Gumbleton -- Peace Perspective. Call or write: Religious Studies Department, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 45469-1480.(513) 229-4321. Place: Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH Time: May 17-Aug. 12, 1993 Description: 1993 summer sessions bulletin of classes and workshops now available. Over 50 workshops and 300 courses are scheduled throughout the summer on weekdays, evenings and weekends. Undergraduate and graduate courses offered in areas of arts and sciences, business, education, Montessori, professional studies, religion and social sciences. Campus housing available. For your copy of bulletin or for more information call/write: Xavier University, Summer Sessions, 3800 Victory Pkwy., Cincinnati, OH 45207-3123. (513) 745-4381.

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: Marywood College, Scranton, PA Time: June 28-July 31, 1993 Description: Graduate courses (three credits): Letters of Paul (A. Wright), The Classical Prophets (A. Wright), History and Theology of the Eucharist (W. Campbell), Woman: In God's Image (F. McCormick), Theology of Death (W. Campbell). Graduate program: MA Theological Studies. Evening Theological Triduum (one credit available): "Womanspirit" -- Dr. Susan Muto. Topics: Womanspirit in Search of Self-Knowledge, Women's Most Treasured Relationships, Women as Carriers of the Christian Faith Tradition: Womanspirit and the Church. Contact: Dept. of Theological Studies, Marywood College Graduate School 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, PA 18509. (717) 348-6211. ext. 608.

RHODE ISLAND

Place: Providence College. Providence, RI Time: Year-round Description: June 21-July 30: Sacraments, John P. Mahoney. OP; Principles of Moral Decision, Stanley Azaro, OP; Christ: Word and Redeemer, Matthew F. Morry, OP; June 21 to July 9: Ministry to Adults, Elaine Scully, RSM; Psalms as Christian Prayer Patrick Reid; July 12-30, Christian Anthropology, Justin Hannessey, OP; Thessalonian Correspondence, Raymond F. Collins; Pentateuch, Patrick Reid. Luxurious housing in on-campus, air-conditioned living complex. For information, contact Theology Department. Providence College, Providence, RI 02918.(401) 865-2274.

TEXAS

Place: Lebh Shomea House of Prayer, La Parra Ranch, Sarita, TX Time: Year-round Description: Unique opportunity to live and study the spiritual life while pursuing a certificate in spiritual theology and/or academic credit leading toward a master in theological studies degree (through Oblate School of Theology, San Antonio). Tutored courses and guided research in theology and practice of spiritual direction, ascetical mystical theology and/or original research in spirituality directed by Fr. Francis Kelly Nemeck, OMI (MA, STD) and Sr. Marie Theresa Coombs, Hermit (BA, MTS). Research library (15,000 volumes) available specializing in Hebraic studies. masters of Eastern and Western spirituality, comparative oriental mysticism. Write: Lebh Shomea House of Prayer, La Parra Ranch, Sarita, TX 78385-1580. Or call: (512) 294-5369.

VERMONT

Place: Saint Michael's College, Colchester, VT Time: June 28-Aug. 6, 1993 Description: Saint Michael's College, June 28-Aug. 6,1993. Courses (six-week/three-week). Faculty: Sacraments of Initiation (R. Fragomeni); Spiritual Direction (R. Friedrichs); Adult and Family Catechesis (M. Gallagher); Medical Ethics (P. Keane); Death, Hope and Eternal Life (D. Lane); Christology: An Introduction to Discipleship (L. Richard); The Spirituality of the Fourth Gospel (S. Schneiders); Saint Paul (A. Tambasco); Introduction to Pastoral Counseling (R. Tierney); The Wisdom Literature of Old Testament (M. Ward); Synoptic Gospels (R. Witherup). Write: Graduate Theology and Pastoral Ministry, Saint Michael's College, Winooski Park, Colchester, VT 05430. (802) 654-2579.

NEW YORK

Place: Still Point House of Prayer, Stillwater, NY Time: Your time Description: Environs: 30 acres of woods, pond, meditation park, Native American medicine wheel welcoming house, guest house. Community life-style: liturgical monastic focus, silence, solitude, study, the arts, lzbor vegetarian diet the Jesus Prayer, integral yoga, experience of microchurch. Options: gardening, twice monthly workshops developing holistic growth, global consciousness, psychosynthesis counseling and body work, guided retreats, spiritual companionship. Partial scholarships are available. Contact: Sylvia Rosell, OP, Still Point House of Prayer, Rt. 423, Box 53, Stillwater, NY 12170.(518) 587-4967.

ARKANSAS

Place: St. John's Center, Little Rock, Arkansas Time: June 25-27,1993 Description: Little Rock Scripture Study of Little Rock, Ark., invites you to a weekend of learning, spiritual enrichment and celebration. Join us for our fourth annual Bible Institute, featuring Rev. Eugene Laverdiere, SSS. A well-known scripture scholar and writer, Fr. Laverdiere is adjunct professor of New Testament studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and senior editor of "Emmanuel" magazine. The theme of his lectures will be "Proclaiming the Death of the Lord: The Eucharist in the New Testament." All are invited, but space is limited. Write or call: Cackie Upchurch or Judy Hoelzeman, Little Rock Scripture Study, 2500 N. Tyler St., Little Rock, Arkansas 72207. (501) 664-0340. Or (501) 664-6102.

CALIFORNIA

Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30,1993 Description: USF presents a variety of one-week institutes in the City by the Bay. Institutes include: Catholic Spirituality in Global Perspective (John and Denise Carmody); Practical Theology (Robert Kinast); Eco-feminism (Rosemary Ruether); Spirituality of the Historical Jesus (Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP); World Religions (Huston Smith). For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Institutes, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco. CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601. Place: Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA Time: July 19-Aug. 6,1993 Description: The Institute for Multicultural Pastoral Studies: Counseling Concerns for the Pastoral Minister offers two- or three-week sequences of experiences and opportunities to develop pastoral theology and to explore the complexity of multicultural communities. Focuses on family issues, the homeless, AIDS, grief, sickness, cultural conflicts, intergenerational issues and injustices. Facilitating team: John McHenry, SVD; Wilma Thomas, Ed. Spec., Sr. Judith Vallimont, SSpS. Write: Institute for Multicultural Pastoral Studies, Loyola Marymount University, Loyola Blvd. at W. 80th St., Los Angeles, CA 90045. Call: (310) 338-2799. Place: Trinity College, Graduate Studies, Orange CA Time: July 19-23,1993 Description: Dr. Paul Tournier Institute, with private spiritual direction as desired, Father Joseph Scerbo, SA, PhD. Date: Seminar July 19-23 (10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) by Dr. Dolores Jenerson-Madden, psychologist/professor California State College, Fullerton. Discussion of the life, philosophy and integration of psychology and theology of Paul Tournier as the central focus. The goal is rejuvenation toward the adventure of living and the place in all of us to live, love and grow spiritually in a broken world. Sponsored by Trinity College of Graduate Studies (2 miles from Disneyland). Certificates if desired. Write or call: Trinity College of Graduate Studies, 1744 W. Katella Ave., Ste. 26, Orange, CA 92667. (714) 639-3961. Place: Old Mission Santa Barbara, CA Time: Fall 1993, Sept. 13-Nov. 12; Winter 1994, Jan. 24-March 25; Fall 1994, Sept. 12-Nov. 11. Description: A renewal institute under the sponsorship of the Franciscan Province of Santa Barbara, for priests and brothers for updating in scripture, systematic theology, moral theology, church law, liturgy and psychology. Retreat included. Classes in morning and evening, with afternoons and weekends free for reading and relaxation. Lecturers: Fr. Alan McCoy, OFM; Fr. Virgil Cordano, OFM; Sr. Ann Dunne, IHM; Fr. Xavier Harris, OFM; Fr. William Cieslak, OFM Cap; Fr. Andrew Harris, OMI; and Dr. Walter Capps. Cost $3,000. Write to: Br. Guy Behenna, CFX, 2201 Laguna St., Santa Barbara, CA 93105. Place: St. Mary's College of California, Moraga, CA Time: June 21-25, 1993 Description: Which Madonna for Youth, Matthew's or MTV's? In the world of Rambo and REM, how can we find the tools to judge what we see and hear? In this week Michael Warren will help us see that making judgments about images, stories and music is a religious calling. He will show us how the worshiping assembly can function as a "zone of judgment," a place where we can be freed from mindless consumption of our culture's myths and images for courageous gospel critique -- and action. Contact: Paul Giurlanda, Director, Graduate Theology Institute, Saint Mary's College, Box 4718, Moraga, CA 94575. (510) 631-4507. Place: St. Mary's College, Moraga, San Francisco, CA Time: July 4-10,1993 Description: Programs in leadership development for administrators, pastors, associates, DREs, provincials, directors, educators, counselors, ministers, those who want to make a difference. Programs include personal and professional theory and practice in: developing leaders, having productive meetings, building small Christian communities, mission effectiveness, improving self concepts and empowerment, effective presentations, conflict management, decision making, problem solving, team building, counseling, effecting social change. Skill development workshops can also be in-house, custom-designed for staffs, organizations. Over 10,000 individuals and 1,200 organizations have participated in these programs. For details write: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1, 214 S. Meramec, St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263.

COLORADO

Place: Mile Hi Scripture Institute, Radisson Hotel Denver South, Denver, CO Time: June 13-18,1993 Description: The 10th Annual Mile-Hi Scripture Institute will be held in Denver, June 13-18, 1993, at the Radisson Hotel -- Denver South. Featured speakers: Father Raymond Brown, SS -- topic: The Beginnings of the Church; and Father Martin Palmer, SJ -- topic: New Testament Foundations of Spirituality. For further information write: Rev. Msgr. Lawrence St. Peter, 3060 S. Monaco Pkwy., Denver, CO 80222. Or call: (303) 758-8826. Place: Mercy Center, Colorado Springs, CO Time: July 10-Aug. 7, 1993 Description: Come develop and integrate a spirituality of Mercy in beautiful Colorado Springs. The Rich In Mercy Institute is offering a four-week summer program for religious and laypersons that includes: lectures; group sharing; mini-workshops; group spiritual direction; and weekend outings. Some focus areas are: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; evangelization; discernment; Mary the Mother of Mercy; centering prayer; and enneagram. Cost is $1,200 (includes room/board with host families, nonresidential available). Dates are July 10-Aug. 7, 1993. Deadline for application: June 8, 1993. For details/application, contact: Rich In Mercy Summer Institute, 926 Farragut, Colorado Springs, CO 80909. 800-637-2904.

Institutes

CONNECTICUT

Place: Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT Time: July 25-31,1993 Description: Programs in leadership development for administrators, pastors, associates, DREs, provincials, directors, educators, counselors, ministers, those who want to make a difference. Programs include personal and professional theory and practice in: developing leaders, having productive meetings, building small Christian communities, mission effectiveness, improving self concepts and empowerment, effective presentations, conflict management, decision making, problem solving, team building, counseling, effecting social change. Skill development workshops can also be in-house, custom-designed for staffs, organizations. Over 10,000 individuals and 1,200 organizations have participated in these programs. For details write: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1, 214 S. Meramec, St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263.

FLORIDA

Place: Marywood Center, Jacksonville, FL Time: June 6-11, 1993 Description: Living the Tradition with Matthew -- The Marywood Biblical Institute offers a weeklong head and heart immersion into the Gospel of Matthew for those involved in religious/pastoral education/formation and anyone seeking a deeper appreciation of the World of God. Presenters are Rev. Daniel Durken. OSB, of St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn., on the Gospel of Matthew and Ms. Patricia Cook of Orange Park, Fla., on parables/storytelling in Scripture and teaching, preaching and praying with Matthew. Join us at the St. John's River for education amid natural beauty. Write: Marywood, 1714-5 State Rd. 13, Jacksonville, FL 32259. (904) 287-2525.

ILLINOIS

Place: College of St. Francis, Joliet, IL Time: July 11-16,1993 Description: "Clare: A Woman for Our Day -- Commemorating the 800th Anniversary of the Birth of Clare." Five-day experience offering presentation, prayer, process for laity, religious, clergy. Presentations will be given by Marie Beha, OSC, Greenville, SC. The institute will focus on Clare, Francis and their times; Clare and poverty; church; prayer; women. Come share the awareness. Experience the spirit of Clare with other men and women pilgrims. The College of St. Francis is located 35 miles south of Chicago. Cost: $300 (includes lodging, meals). For information and brochure contact: Brigid Jacobs, OSF, 520 Plainfield Ave., Joliet, IL 60435. (815) 727-7516.

IOWA

Place: St. Joseph Educational Center, West Des Moines, IA Time: August 1993-June 1994 Description: Ten-month Institute in Spiritual Guidance. Five Saturday sessions, 8:30 am. -4 p.m. Five small group sessions in alternate months. Aug. 28: Orientation, 10:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. Sept. 25: Mary Ann Scofield, SM; October-small group; Nov. 6: Wilkie Au, SJ; December-small group; Jan. 22: Wendy Wright, PhD; February-small group; March 12: Lucy Abbott Tucker, MA: April-small group; May 7: Larry Gillick, SJ; June-small group. Registration due by Aug. 1. For information and brochure: St. Joseph Educational Center, 1400 Buffalo Rd., West Des Moines, IA 50265-1699. (515) 222-1050. Place: St. Joseph Educational Center, West Des Moines, IA Time: April 17; May 1; June 3-5,1993 Description: Two special events featuring visiting author, professor and spiritual director Thomas Green, SJ. Saturday, April 17, from 8:30-12:30: The Dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises, especially for spiritual directors. Saturday, May 1, from 8:45-12:45: Linking Prayer to Action, the art of discernment. The fee for each day is $15. Thursday evening, June 3 through Saturday, June 5: Echoing God's Word: Lectionary-based Catechesis Institute, with Father Jim Dunning and Maureen Kelley. For information and registration: St. Joseph Educational Center; 1400 Buffalo Rd., West Des Moines, IA 50265-1699. (515) 222-1050.

LOUISIANA

Place: Loyola's Institute for Ministry, New Orleans, LA Time: June 13-July 23,1993 Description: Two-, three- and six-week courses and weekend workshops leading to Master of Religious Education or Pastoral Studies Degree with concentrations in Basic Christian Community Formation, Pastoral Administration, Pastoral Care & Counseling, Hispanic Ministries (in conjunction with MACC in San Antonio) and in African American Ministries (in conjunction with Xavier in New Orleans). On-campus courses also available for noncredit personal enrichment. Courses include "Jesus and the Communities of Jesus" (Bernard Cooke, PhD), "History and Theology of Basic Christian Communities" (Cathy Nerney, SSJ), "Family of Origin: A Systems Context for Ministry" (Michael Cowan, PhD), "Pastoral Management and Organization" (Barbara J. Fleischer, PhD), "The Practical Life of the Eucharistic Community" (Ronald J. Noecker, MDiv, MA). Other visiting faculty include Sr. Yolanda Taranga and Pauline Turner. 50 percent tuition discounts. For information and free LIM video contact: LIM, Box 67, 6363 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118. 1-800-777-5469.

Institutes

MAINE

Place: Saint Joseph's College, Standish, ME Time: June 27-July 2, 1993 Description: TOPIC: Self-Awareness and Ministry, an integration of psychology and spirituality. Key presenter will be Dr. Robert Wicks, professor of pastoral counseling, graduate program, Loyola College in Maryland. The institute is designed for all who desire to deepen their knowledge, strengthen their commitment and enhance their expertise in ministering to others in parish life, worship, family life, youth and Catholic schools. A unique experience combining theology and experiential workshops. For more information, please contact: The Pastoral Ministry Office, Saint Joseph's College, Windham, ME 04062-1198. (207) 892-6766.

MISSOURI

Place: De Mattias Hall, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO Time: June 20-26; Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 1993 Description: Programs in leadership development for administrators, pastors, associates, DREs, provincials, directors, educators, counselors, ministers, those who want to make a difference. Programs include personal and professional theory and practice in: developing leaders, having productive meetings, building small Christian communities, mission effectiveness, improving self concepts and empowerment, effective presentations, conflict management, decision making, problem solving, team building, counseling, effecting social change. Skill development workshops can also be in-house, custom-designed for staffs, organizations. Over 10,000 individuals and 1,200 organizations have participated in these programs. Contact: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1. 214 S. Meramec, St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263.

NEW MEXICO

Place: College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM Time: June 20-July 23,1993 Description: Santa Fe Spirituality Institute: religious and lay present in-depth spiritual experiences "Come apart; rest a while." Five independent weeks: Bro. Joseph Schmidt helps pray your experiences; discover Hispanic and Native American spirituality; probe St. John of the Cross; holistic spirituality integrates prayer/life; reflect/retreat in new dimensions of God's presence. Morning class/discussions, Mass, community prayer. Afternoon reflection/exploration, group sharing, spiritual direction. Scriptural, incarnational integration of everlasting/now. Contact: Bro. Roy, 1600 St. Michael's Dr./CSF, Santa Fe, NM 87501-5634. (505) 473-6114. Fax: (505) 471-6870.

OHIO

Place: College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio Time: July 2-6, 1993 Description: Greening the Catholic Community: An opportunity for Catholics from all walks of life to explore and help create together part of the Catholic community's response to today's environmental challenges. Utilize earth-centered spirituality rooted in the Catholic and other religious traditions as the basis for personal and societal life-style change. Listen to leading experts in eco-spirituality discuss present environmental challenges. Twelve steps in ecological spirituality and the cosmic story. Share with other members of the Catholic community practical implications and applications of living lightly on Earth. Credit, CEU's available. Contact: EarthConnection 370 Neeb Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45233. (513) 451-3932. Place: College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio Time: June 18-22,1993 Description: Join educators of all descriptions for four days of Learning From the Earth. Become knowledgeable about the major environmental challenges of today to air, water, earth and fire (energy). Choose from a wide variety of workshops and field trips to broaden your experience in environmental issues. Learn from the experts in ecological issues such as Elisabet Sahotouris, Paula Gonzalez, SC, Ed McGaa, Barry Wakeman, Gene Wilhelm and many others. Share applications to classroom and life with other educators. Exhibits, film festival, resource room. Learning for the 21st century! Credit, CEU's available. Contact: EarthConnection, 370 Neeb Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45233. (513) 451-3932.

Pennsylvania

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: College Misericordia, Dallas, PA Time: Aug. 1-6,1993 Description: Twenty-fifth annual Institute on Sacred Scripture with silver anniversary celebration, Aug. 1-6. 1993, at College Misericordia. Distinguished faculty include: Barbara Bowe, RSCJ, ThD; Dan Harrington, SJ, PhD; Edgar Krentz, PhD.; and Don Senior, CP, STD. For free brochure or registration, write: Institute on Sacred Scripture, College Misericordia, 301 Lake St., Dallas, PA 18612-1098; phone: (717) 675-3862 or toll-free 1-800-852-7675, ext. 289. Place: Villanova University, Villanova, PA Time: June 22, 23, 24, 1993 Description: Theology Institute: Theme: "All Generations Shall Call Me Blessed." Speakers: Elizabeth Johnson, Alice Laffey, Mary Malone, Doris Donnelly, Sandra Zimdars-Swartz, Carol Jegen. Tuition: $30.00 per person all six sessions; individual sessions, $5.00 per person. Room & board: $49 a day. Brochure available. Write: Director, Theology Institute, Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085. Telephone: (215) 645-4730.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Place: The Oratory, Rock Hill SC Time: Monday, July 12-Friday, July 16, 1993 Description: Horizons of the Spirit is an annual program in spiritual direction and spirituality offered jointly by The Oratory and the Institute of Formative Spirituality, Duquesne University. Staff includes: Rev. Carl Arico, Rev. William Clemmons, EdD, Rev. Debbie Deane, Dr. Carolyn Gratton, PhD, Rev. Conrad Hoover, CO, DMin. Limited rooms with meals available at Me Oratory. CEUs available. Tuition: $125; Spiritual Direction Symposium: $25; room & board. $160. All facilities air-conditioned. Write: Horizons of the Spirit, The Oratory, PO Box 11586, Rock Hill SC 29731. Place: The Oratory, Rock Hill, SC Time: Sunday, Aug. 1-Friday, Aug. 6, 1993 Description: Summer Bible Institute. Presenters: Michael Guinan, OFM, Old Testament Topic: Jesus is the fulfillment of the Torah. Eugene LaVerdieri, SSS, New Testament Topic: Nothing is Impossible with God. Morning and evening sessions with afternoon symposium. Limited rooms with meals available at The Oratory. All facilities air-conditioned. Both courses: $100; single course: $55. Room & board: $160. CEUs available. Write: Summer Bible Institute, The Oratory, PO Box 11586, Rock Hill SC 29731.

WISCONSIN

Place: Theological Institute at St. Norbert College, DePere, WI Time: July 5-30,1993 Description: Opportunity for people in all walks of life to learn with internationally recognized leaders in their fields about developments in moral theology, medical ethics, spirituality, scripture, parish life, evangelization arid more. 1993 faculty includes foremost religious thinkers, scholars, doers and authors: John Craghan. Charles Curran, Keith Egan, Dan Felton, Brian Johnstone, Eugene LaVerdiere, Frank McNulty, Kevin O'Shea, Anthony Padovano, Barbara Reid and Pauline Viviano. Four one-week independent sessions. CEUs and diplomas offered; $260-300 per week includes tuition, room and board. For brochure, write: Dr. John F. Craghan, Director, Theological Institute, St. Norbert College, 100 Grant St., DePere, WI 54115-2099, (414) 337-3741. Place: Sacred Heart School of Theology, Hales Comers, WI Time: Aug. 2-6,1993 Description: The pastoral focus of this John Neumann Summer Institute is "Care for Each Other, Care for Earth: A Call to Life." In order for us to begin living in harmony with each other, we must begin to live in harmony with Earth and vice versa. The institute will stimulate a shift in our attitudes and enable us to provide the leadership necessary to change the attitudes of others. Presenters for the institute include: Rev. Carroll Stuhlmueller, Jane Blewett, Sr. Paula Gonzalez, Joseph Holland. Rev. Joseph Girzone and others. For information write or call: Debbie Kosut, Sacred Heart School of Theology, 7335 South Highway 100, Hales Comers, WI 53130. (414) 425-8300, ext. 7218.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Various locales Time: June 20-26, Oct. 31-Nov. 6 -- St. Louis, MO; July 4-10, San Francisco, CA; July 25-31 -- Fairfield, CT; Oct. 24-30 -- Toronto, ON; Australia, Ireland, New Zealand Description: Programs in leadership development for administrators, pastors, associates, DREs, provincials, directors, educators, counselors, ministers, those who want to make a difference. Programs include personal and professional theory and practice in: developing leaders, having productive meetings, building small Christian communities, mission effectiveness, improving self concepts and empowerment effective presentations, conflict management, decision making, problem solving, team building, counseling, effecting social change. Skill development workshops can also be in-house, custom-designed for staffs, organizations. Over 10,000 individuals and 1,200 organizations have participated in these programs. For details write: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1, 214 S. Meramec, St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263.

CANADA

Place: St. Joseph College, Toronto, Ontario Time: June 21-26,1993 Description: "Linking Religion, Education and Health to Forge Our Global Future." Interactive institute for Canadian and U.S. leaders from faith communities engaged in health and education. Explore the complex global-scale challenges arising from economic and ecological interdependence. Develop strategies within and among the fields of education, health and religion that promote policies and systems to meet these challenges. Experience Project Global 2000, a worldwide partnership of 16 international nongovernmental organizations and four United Nations agencies. Sponsored by Global Education Associates, 475 Riverside Dr., Suite 1848, New York, NY 101 15. Tel: (212) 870-3290. Fax: (212) 870-2729.

MEXICO

Place: Cuernavaca, Mexico Time: June 12-22,1993 Description: Summer Institute for Faculty Development: 10-day program designed for college-, university- and seminary-level educators, based in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Explore firsthand realities of the Third World. Interdisciplinary, participatory approach to learning. including extensive interaction with Mexican resource people -- from peasants and indigenous people to government and business leaders. Experience a connection with Mexican people and culture; examine new models of education from Latin America; enhance skills of social analysis. Cost: $1,600, including all meals, program expenses and airfare from Minneapolis/St. Paul. Air travel can be arranged from other cities. Contact: Center for Global Education, 731-21st Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55454. (612) 330-1159.

Monastic Experiences

CALIFORNIA

Place: The Bishop's Ranch, Healdsburg, CA Time: July 11-18, 1993 Description: Benedictine Spirituality. A unique ecumenical experience bringing together in community men and women, lay and clerical, to live by and study the Rule of St. Benedict. Participants take part in a day of prayer, study, work and leisure with special consideration given to the creative role of sacred music in building Benedictine spiritual consciousness. The Bishop's Ranch (retreat center for Episcopal Diocese of California) overlooks the Sonoma Valley. Contact: The Rev. John Schanhaar, Box 2436, Novato, CA 94948. (415) 892-4441, or Elizabeth Swenson, Canterbury Cathedral Trust, 2300 Cathedral Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20008. (202) 328-8788 or 800-932-2282.

INDIANA

Place: New Harmony, IN Time: June 6-13, 1993 Description: Benedictine Spirituality. A unique ecumenical experience bringing together in community men and women, lay and clerical, to live by and study the Rule of St. Benedict. A very special week is planned to celebrate the 10th anniversary of "Benedictine Spirituality" in the beautiful restored utopian town of New Harmony. Faculty include: Fr. Laurence Freeman, OSB, Benedictine Priory, Christ the King, London; Fr. Noah Casey, OSB, St. Meinrad Archabbey; Ruth Tiffany Barnhouse, MD, ThM; Roberta Nobleman, dramatist of spiritual programs. Contact: Elizabeth Swenson, Canterbury Cathedral Trust, 2300 Cathedral Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20008. Telephone: (202) 328-8788 or 1-800-932-2282.

Pilgrimages

ISRAEL

Place: Israel Time: June 15-25, 1993 Description: Ecumenical Holy Land Pilgrimage Tour. This is my 20th year in leading pilgrimage-tours to biblical lands. Our June tour will focus on the Holy Land with Jerusalem and Nazareth as the respective centers from which we will visit places noteworthy in the Old and New Testaments. I attempt to incorporate specific interests of individuals while on the tour, and can arrange an extension in Europe en route home. Our group will be limited to 20-25 persons. For further information write: Sr. Miriam Ward, Trinity College, Burlington, VT 05401. Or call: (802) 658-0337, ext. 554.

Programs

CALIFORNIA

Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30,1993 Description: Planning ahead for summer with only a week for education? Consider USF's one-week workshops: Woman and Man God Created Them: Spirituality and Gender; Catholic Spirituality in Global Perspective; Practical Theology; Eco-feminism; Spirituality of the Historical Jesus; World Religions. USF also offers master's programs in theology, applied spirituality, pastoral ministry and two graduate certificates. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, 31st Annual Summer Program in Theology, Spirituality, and Pastoral Studies, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601.

KENTUCKY

Place: Berea College, Berea, KY Time: June 20-27,1993 Description: An immersion experience in Appalachia for clergy, religious and laity as rural ministry orientation. Program consists of a week-long immersion in Appalachian culture, history and religions; identifying some of the major life issues facing people in this economically deprived region; and investigating some of the strategies being employed by church and community in coping. There will be talks, discussion, films, readings, religious and cultural experiences; travel to field sites. Cost: $400. Contact: Jane McDowell, HM. Appalachian Ministries Educational Resource Center (AMERC), 518 2nd Ave., South Charleston, WV 25303. (304) 744-7410.

LOUISIANA

Place: Connective Ministries, New Orleans, LA Time: June 22-July 23, 1993 Description: "The Walk," an experiential program designed to work toward solidarity with the poor. This four-week program will combine learning from poor people themselves as well as professional church people experienced with working toward an empowering presence. Field experience included. Sponsored by Connective Ministries. For information contact: Sr. Madeline Gianforte, CSA, 3195 S. Superior St., Milwaukee, WI 53207. (414) 482-3 677.

MICHIGAN

Place: Weber Center, Adrian MI Time: Year-round Description: The Weber Experience. An opportunity for persons in transition, in need of retreat and renewal, or experiencing signs of burn-out, to participate in a mini-sabbatical balanced program of optional workshops, spiritual direction, creative activities, prayer, retreat days. Participation limited. Weber Experience Spring Program: February 28-March 27, 1994. Communicate with Weber Center, 1257 E. Siena Heights Dr., Adrian, MI 49221. Or call: (517) 263-7088.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Place: Oblate Retreat House, Hudson, NH Time: July 1-29,1993 Description: The program is sponsored by the National Assembly of Religious Brothers. The Summer of '93 is designed to deepen our roots as religious Brothers in the Church. All Brothers are invited to share an experience of prayerful reflection and community living. The program is open to any religious Brothers who wishes to enliven his commitment to gospel values. Prayer, community, leisure and ministry, lived and shared with a select group of speakers, form the trust of the session. Write: Summer of '93, 1337 West Ohio St., Chicago, IL 60622. Or call: (312) 829-8525.

Programs

NEW MEXICO

Place: Center for Action and Contemplation, Albuquerque, NM Time: Summer 1993 Description: A center for training and formation for the outreach ministries of the church. 1993 summer calendar highlights: Bishop Thomas Gumbleton with Marie Nord, OSF: "Non-violence as a Way of Life" (June 4-6); Gerald May, Mary Jo Leddy, Richard Rohr, OFM: "Spirit, Soul and Society Family Conference" (July 9-14); Richard Rohr, OFM: "ThE Quest for the Holy Grail Men's Retreat" (Aug. 30-Sept. 3). The CAC also offers a residential internship and a bimonthly newspaper, Radical Grace. For more information on these and other Center activities, contact us at: Center for Action and Contemplation, PO Box 12464, Albuquerque, NM 87195-2464. (505) 242-9588.

NEW YORK

Place: Iona College, New Rochelle, NY Time: June 28-Aug. 5, 1993 Description: The department of pastoral and family counseling offers six-week summer programs leading to a 54-credit master's and an 18-credit certificate in family counseling. These programs are nationally recognized for their integration of the spiritual with the psychological and social dimensions of human behavior. The master's program. completed in three summers of study at Iona College, integrates theory with clinical field experiences at the student's home site. Certificate coursework may be completed in one summer with the field experience during the school year. Classes meet Monday to Thursday; on-campus housing available. Iona is located in a lovely suburb, 30 minutes from midtown Manhattan. Contact: Rev. James B. Loyd, CSP, PhD, Iona College, New Rochene, NY 10801. (914) 633-2418. Place: Pyramid Life Center, Paradox, NY Time: July-September 1993 Description: A variety of weekend and five-day programs inviting you to be with "Creation's God in God's Creation" on the shores of an unspoiled Adirondack Mountains wilderness lake. Nature as sacrament, scripture, peacemaking, spirituality, wellness, liturgy, etc. Leaders include Daniel Berrigan, SJ; Joseph (Joshua) Girzone; Diane Fausel; Harry Owens, MD; John Malecki, PhD; Miriam Therese MacGillis, OP; and others. Re-create as you recreate with hiking, swimming, canoeing and otherwise relaxing in this spectacularly beautiful setting. Quality programs at low rates. Your group programs may be accommodated. For brochure: PLC, Box 2213, Scotia, NY 12302-0213. Phone (518) 382-2688.

Programs

NEW YORK

Place: St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY Time: July 3-24,1993 Description: The Franciscan Federation is offering a Summer Enrichment Experience at St. Bonaventure University from July 3-24, 1993. Participants will have daily presentations by the faculty of the Franciscan Institute and other noted Franciscan scholars and lecturers. Program is designed to provide a summer refreshing in mind, body and spirit. A special component will be directed toward those preparing for final commitment. For further information, please contact: Janet Thiel, OSF, Franciscan Federation, 650 Jackson St., NE, PO Box 29080, Washington, DC 20017. Phone: (202) 529-2334.

RHODE ISLAND

Place: Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center, Narragansett, RI Time: September 1993-May 1994 Description: Persons interested in a future ministry of spiritual companioning are invited to a 9-month program that centers on prayer and spiritual discernment, spiritual direction and supervision. Nonresidential or residential in a community setting, on Narragansett Bay, a place of natural beauty. For application and information contact: Dianne Carlson, RSM, Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center, Ocean Road, PO Box 507, Narragansett, RI 02882. (401) 884-7676.

SOUTH DAKOTA

Place: Blue Cloud Abbey, Marvin, SD Time: June 21-25; July 26-30,1993 Description: A self-exploratory program "Personality and Human Relations" (PRH) offered in eastern South Dakota on a continual basis by Joan Brandner, PBVM, and JoAnn Sturzl, PBVM, licensed professionals. "Who Am I?" and "Approach to Self Through the Body" held simultaneously on June 21-25. Register by June 7. "Who Am I?" and "I Am Seeking God" held simultaneously on July 26-30. Register by July 12. It is complementary to many existing program yet very unique, refreshing and comprehensive. Contact: Joan Brandner, 1321 8th St., Brookings, SD 57006. (605) 692-9461. Or contact: Joann Sturzl 600 East 21st St., Sioux Falls, SD 57105. (605) 338-1620.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Various locales. We travel nationwide and will come to you. Time: Now through June 13; Sept. 1 through Dec. 12, 1993 Description: Choose the performance that suits your program needs: peace and justice in contemporary society, global harmony and environmental awareness, women's history and hopes in Christian churches, and more. By combining song and dance, ritual and drama, the Performing Arts Ministry has crafted performances for any age group from grade school through adults. Touring since 1985, this theater company has a reputation for challenging the boundaries of our current perceptions about human spirituality. Try a new approach! Use the arts to educate! Contact: Call to Action Performing Arts Ministry, 4419 N. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60625. (312) 604-0400. Place: Various locales Time: June 20-26, Oct. 31-Nov. 6 -- St. Louis, MO; July 4-10, San Francisco, CA; July 25-31 -- Fairfield, CT; Oct. 24-30 -- Toronto, ON; Australia, Ireland, New Zealand Description: For campus ministers, counselors, vocation/formation directors: At times all leaders have the opportunity to help others in their personal, professional and spiritual development. Some leaders have facilitating individual development as their primary responsibility. Some skills developed in this workshop are: facilitating personal/spiritual growth, developing a moral/social conscience, building Christian communities, empowerment skills, counseling and spiritual direction, interindependence in community, facilitating peace with justice, assessment as a tool for growth. For details contact: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1, 214 S. Meramec Ave., St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263. Place: Oaxaca, Mexico & Guatemala. Time: July 1-10; Aug. 9-18; Aug. 14-23; Oct. 14-25, 1993 Description: Maryknoll call and response programs are designed to provide hands-on learning experiences. You'll receive much more than you give. For information write: Mary Lou Doran, 10636 N. 37th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85029.

Religious Studies

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA Time: June 28-July 16; July 19-Aug. 6, 1993 Description: The theology department of Duquesne University will offer Selected New Testament Texts from June 28-July 16, at 11:45-2:00. The professor is Rev. Raymond Collins, of the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. He is internationally recognized as one of the leading Pauline scholars today. He will focus on New Testament and Ethics. Duquesne University will also offer Wisdom Literature July 19-Aug. 6, at 11:45-2:00. The professor is Rev. Sean Kelly, a Spiritan father and internationally renown biblical scholar. He is presently president of Blackrock College, Ireland, and adjunct professor of scripture at Magnooth University, Ireland. Write or call: Duquesne University Summer Programs, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15282; (412) 434-6451. Place: Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA Time: June 28-July 16; July 19-Aug. 6, 1993 Description: The theology department of Duquesne University will offer Special Topics in Systemic Theology June 28-July 16, at 8:45-11:00. The professor is Dr. Bert Leijssen, of the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. He also serves there as vice-dean of the theology faculty. He specializes in sacramental theology. His course will focus on the sacramental understanding of Confirmation. Duquesne will also offer the Theology of Ministry July 19-Aug. 6, at 8:45-11:00. The professor is Rev. Fred Cwiekowski, of St. Patrick's Seminary, Menlo Park, Calif., widely recognized for his work in ecclesiology and theology of ministry. Write or call: Duquesne University Summer Programs, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15282; (412) 434-6451.

Renewal Programs

ENGLAND

Place: University College, Oxford, England Time: Aug. 10-23,1993 Description: Oxford Summer School in Religious Studies. Lectures by outstanding members of the University of Oxford's Faculty of Theology, including Professor John Macquarrie, Bishop Kallistos Ware, Dr. F.W. Dillistone, Bishop Kenneth Cragg, Canon John Fenton, Dr. N.T. (Tom) Wright, Dr. Sue Gillingham, Dr. Peter Hodgson, Sister Benedicta Ward. A unique opportunity to join a small ecumenical group and study with these distinguished scholars in the intimate setting of Oxford's oldest college. Contact: Fernand Beck, Fordham Preparatory School, The Bronx, NY 1045 8, phone/fax (212) 884-6261; or Norma Christensen, 820 Park Ave., Worland, WY 82401, phone (307) 347-3836, fax (307) 347-2133.

CALIFORNIA

Place: Doheny Campus, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA Time: June 12-13, 1993 Description: Workshop on Pauline Spirituality given by Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, OP. The objective of this workshop is to communicate the excitement of authentic Pauline theology by setting Paul in his real world and noting how it impacted his thinking. Write: Sister Thomas Bernard MacConnell, CSJ, Mount St. Mary's College, 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007. (213) 746-0450, ext. 2136.

CONNECTICUT

Place: Wisdom House, Litchfield, CT Time: May 3-6. Oct. 4-7,1993 Description: Sage Days -- A renewal program for senior religious, ages 70 and older. Opportunity for ongoing education in scripture, wellness, spirituality and the arts. Comfortable accommodations and well-balanced meals. A perfect setting for socialization, reflection and integration in the foothills of the Berkshires. For those who are well and continue to enjoy growth in every aspect of life. Wisdom House, 229 E. Litchfield Rd., Litchfield, CT 06759. (203) 567-3163. Fax: (203) 567-3166.

MASSACHUSETTS

Place: St. Stephen Priory, Spiritual Life Center, Dover, MA Time: July 2-22,1993 Description: Summer renewal program is offered for women religious who have at least 15 years lived experience of religious life and a desire for time apart for reflection and renewal. Courses are noncredit and include topics such as Religious Life Today, Mid-life Transition and Spirituality of Women. We invite you to consider closing the renewal experience with Fr. Michael Crosby's guided retreat. July 23-29: "Love Is Where Our Heart Is" (additional cost). Beautiful wooded setting and pool just 20 miles from Boston. Please call or write for brochure: St. Stephen Priory, Spiritual Life Center, 20 Glen St., Box 370, Dover, MA 02030. (508) 785-0124.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Place: Sisters of Holy Cross, Pittsfield, NH Time: Session 1, Aug. 28-Dec. 17,1993; Session II, Jan. 15-May 6,1994 Description: Berakah: "A Place of Blessing," offers A Time of Blessing, four-month renewal programs for women religious seeking to foster fidelity to self, God and world. Goals: foster holistic growth; develop contemplative attitude; offer theological, biblical spiritual and psychological teachings/reflections; art and sacred dance. Qualified staff; Barbara Metz, SND, John Burchill, OP, Claire Coll, CSC, Mary Schneiders, OP, Pauline Plante, CSC, and other competent presenters. Choose either or both sessions. Inquiries: Barbara Metz, SND, 50 West Broadway, South Boston, MA 02127. (617) 268-0700.

Renewal Programs

NEW YORK

Place: Kamp Koinonia, Town of Italy, Yates County, NY Time: July 18-August 7, 1993 Description: Family camp. A program of Christian family renewal in its 25th season. Three one-week vacation retreats for entire family. 1993 theme: "Family: Colorful Spectrum of God's Love." Daily combination of peer-group study sessions, Mass, recreation, family sharing, prayer. Excellent meals. Camp facilities include: 296 acres in beautiful Italy Valley, pool, stream, cabin living, camper hookups, hot/cold showers, Bible trail, indoor and outdoor chapels, athletic fields, main and craft lodges. Cost is $145 per person; children younger than 3, free. Contact Cheri Bennett, 2400 Elton Road, Holcomb, NY 14469. (716) 657-6902. Place: Corazon Community at Villa St. Dominic, Glasco, NY Time: Sept. 12, 1993-May 15,1994 Description: Corazon Community, a program designed for those motivated toward self-exploration and personal growth, is accepting applications for Set. 12, 1993-May 15, 1994. The opportunity for deepening the awareness of our relationship with self, God, others, all of creation is provided through an integrated experience of liturgy, prayer, leisure, spiritual direction, counseling, personal development workshops and social-cultural opportunities. Contact: Mary Dempsey OP, Corazon Community, P.O. Box 189, Glasco, NY 12432. (914) 246-8941.

OREGON

Place: Shalom Prayer Center, Mt. Angel, OR Time: Aug. 26,1993-May 19,1994 Description: Shalom Sabbatical: rest a while in the prayerful environment of Shalom Prayer Center amid Oregon's natural beauty. Shalom Sabbath is an unstructured sabbatical program with regular spiritual direction and many optional opportunities for renewal of mind, body and spirit, including outings to nearby Cascade Mountains, Pacific Coast and Columbia River Gorge. A monastic atmosphere provides contemplative space for reflection and spiritual renewal. Individuals may participate for nine months or select individual segments: Session 1: Aug. 26-Dec. 9, 1993; Prayer of the Heart Retreat: Jan. 3-Feb. 1, 1994; and Session II: Feb. 3-May 19, 1994. Contact: Shalom Prayer Center, 840 S. Main St., Mt. Angel, OR 97362. (503) 845-6773.

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: Villa Maria Community Center, Villa Maria, PA Time: All year Description: Summer Sabbath for Women in Ministry -- A Renewal and Retreat Experience, July 25-31, seven days of refreshment and renewal, respectful of and responsive to the participant's personal experience. Summer Sabbath offers opportunities for: contemplative reflection, companioning conversation, collaborative input, recreative relaxation. Featuring: Virginia Sullivan Finn, MDiv, Spirituality and Ministry; Reverend Patrick Collins, PhD, Liturgy as an Art Form; Jane Pank, HM, MA, Vision, Values and Change; Ann McNeil, CSJ, MDiv, Prayer and Creative Movement; Carolyn Capuano, HM, MTS, Encountering the Holy Within and Without; Deann Bartos, HM, LPT, Stress and Distress Releasing and Relaxing. For information: Registrar, P.O. Box 424, Villa Maria, PA 16155, (412) 964-8861.

TEXAS

Place: Antonian Residence, San Antonio, TX Time: June 9-July 22, 1993 Description: Venture -- A program designed for men and women religious and priests in their mid-60s and beyond; those actively involved in ministry and those in retirement. Men and women who wish to deepen and renew their spiritual life, continue the process of ongoing formation in a wholistic manner, develop greater self-awareness, update their theology, develop skills in dealing with life's transitions, explore and develop creativity and leisure skills. Write or call: Alice Holden, CCVI, or Paul Aumen, CPPS, Antonian Residence, 6423 West Ave., San Antonio, TX 78213. (210) 349-9928; fax (210) 349-0119.

Retreats

ARIZONA

Place: Our Lady of Solitude Contemplative House of Prayer, Black Canyon City, AZ Time: Year-round Description: Those seeking divine intimacy and interior prayer life are offered silence, solitude, a prayer milieu and self-contained hermitage on a desert mountain an hour north of Phoenix. Ours is a contemplative-eremitical house of prayer with three additional hermitages available for lay, religious, priests called to solitude for week, month sabbatical. Spiritual direction, excellent spirituality library, beautiful "Dwelling Place" meditation chapel available to seekers answering Hosea 2:16. OLS' simplicity: Scripture the one book; Jesus the One Word; Gospel the one Life; Now the one Time; "Abba, Amen!" the one prayer. Write/call: OLS House of Prayer, PO Box 1140, Black Canyon City, AZ 85324. (602) 374-9204. Place: Franciscan Renewal Center, Scottsdale, AZ Time: Year-round Description: Retreat to the Valley of the Sun! 20 minutes from Phoenix Airport, Franciscan Friars Minor invite you to the Casa de Paz y Bien. Nestled between city mountains, the facility lodges up to 1 10 persons in semi or private rooms with baths. Our peaceful surroundings include a meditation walkway, meditation chapel, pool and jacuzzi. Weekend group retreats, short-term private directed and nondirected retreats are available. Upcoming retreat highlights: "Woman: Her Circles of Wisdom," March 19-21; "Preparation for Holy Week," April 2-4; "Casa Singles Retreat," July 16-18. Catalog available upon request. Contact: Retreat Office, Franciscan Renewal Center, 5802 E. Lincoln Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85253. (602) 948-7460.

ARKANSAS

Place: St. Scholastica Center, Fort Smith, AR Time: Summer/Fall 1993 Description: St. Scholastica Center offers these summer/fall retreats: June 13-19, "Romancing the Word" guided retreat with Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB; Oct. 3-9 -- "Seasons of Your Heart" retreat with Macrina, OSB; Oct. 22-24 -- "Healing the Inner Child" Workshop II with Peggy McGurn, IHM; Nov. 5-7 -- "Heart of the Hunter" retreat with Macrina, OSB; Nov. 12-14 -- "Dreams Workshop" with Olga Wittekind, OSF; Dec. 3-5 -- "Advent Waiting/Centering" retreat with Rev. Patrick Eastman. Contact: Sister Cabrini Schmitz, OSB, St. Scholastica Center, PO Box 3489, Fort Smith, AR 72913. (501) 783-1135.

CALIFORNIA

Place: Spiritual Ministry Center, San Diego, CA Time: Year-round Description: Each retreat is individually designed by one of four RSCJ directors. Rooms are spacious with private bath, comfortable bed, armchair, desk and tape deck. The kitchen is yours to make whatever you want to eat. Off that kitchen is a private patio for retreatants only. A short bike or walk brings you to the ocean in just one block. And there before you is the full ocean for your contemplation. A few blocks to the right are sandy beaches, where you can sun or swim to your heart's content. Call us: (619) 224-9444. Place: Mercy Center, Burlingame, CA Time: Year-round Description: Mercy Center is located in the Burlingame Hills, 10 minutes from the San Francisco Airport. Retreats include: Icon Retreat, March 19-21, led by Dan O'Connor; Body Prayer, March 19-21, led by Carl Smith and Phoebe McAfee; Lent: Triduum Retreat, April 4-11; Seven Last Words: Triduum Retreat, April 7-11, led by Michael Crosby; Meditation Intensive, April 15-18, led by Father Thomas Hand; Retreat for Caregivers, May 7-8; Contemplative Weekend Retreat, May 21-23, led by FT. Bede Griffiths; Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, May 31 -- July 1, led by Fr. Peter G. VanBreeman. Inquire about reservations for your own private retreat. Mercy Center, 2300 Adeline Dr., Burlingame, CA 94010. (415) 340-7474. Place: Center for Spiritual Development, Orange, CA Time: April through October 1993 Description: April 4-11, Holy Week Retreat; May 25-31, The "More" of Ignatius vs. the "More" of American Society Retreat; June 21-28, Guided Retreat; July 2-9, Sacred Space Retreat; August 27-Sept. 4, Jounaling Your Heart's Desire Retreat; Oct. 25-Nov. 1. Directed Retreat; and throughout the year -- private retreats -- for those who "really want to be alone," an attractive secluded wing is reserved for private retreatants. Come center yourself in this spiritual oasis far from the noise -- yet close to the city, ocean, mountains -- with easy access to airports and recreation areas. See Education, Spanish Studies and Sabbatical sections. Write or call: Center for Spiritual Development, NCR Retreats, 434 S. Batavia St., Orange, CA 92668-3995. (714) 744-3175. Place: Presentation Retreat Center, Los Gatos, CA Time: Summer 1993 Description: Nestled in the beautiful Santa Cruz Mountains, 30 minutes from the Pacific Ocean. Hiking trails and swimming pool. 1. "The Wisdom and Vision of Thomas Merton," June 13-20, led by Sr. Clare Ronzani, SND, with Fr. Joe Watt, liturgist, will touch and nourish the many dimensions of spirituality Merton calls us to integrate: contemplation and prophecy, solitude and solidarity, beauty and nature; 2. "Pilgrimage, Passion and Paradise," July 12-19, led by Fr. Steve Barrett, SS, will delve into three phases of the spiritual journey: transition and new call, the mystery of suffering, and living in serenity and peace. For further information write or call: Presentation Center, 19480 Bear Creek Rd., Los Gatos, CA 95030. (408) 354-2346. Place: La Casa de Maria, Santa Barbara, CA Time: Year-round Description: Coming ecumenical retreats: "Circles of Hope," Bill Cane, STD, March 26-28; "Letting Go -- Finding Inner Freedom," a women's retreat with Ursula Caspary Frankel, MFCC, March 26-28; "Heroes, Hoboes & Drifters: Starting Where You Are," a men's retreat, March 28-31; "God's Categories, Not Ours," Leo Rock, SJ, April 16-18; "Dreams & Healing," Abbot David Geraets, OSB, April 23-25; "Charting the Path Towards Wholeness," a retreat for African-American women with Mylene Rucker, MD, April 23-25. La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, 800 El Bosque Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93108. (805) 969-5031. Place: Holy Spirit Retreat Center, Encino, CA Time: Year-round Description: In the heart of the city, yet away from it all, this 11-acre facility offers a place of tranquillity for all to experience. The grounds are available for individuals or groups for a few hours, a day, a weekend or longer. Some Programs being offered include: APRIL: Holy Week, 4-10; Attitudinal Healing Facilitator Training, 16-18; MAY: From Acorn to Oak, Deborah Lorentz, SSS, 7-9; The Companionship of God, Gregory Norbet, 4-6; JULY: Directed Retreat, Patiricia Beirne, RSM, MA, 19-24; AUGUST: Directed Retreat, Christine Marie, 15-20; Keeping our inner promise -- being an agent of evolution, Cliff Ishigaki, MA, 20-22; A Healing Retreat for ACAs, Peter Campbell, MSC, 27-29; SEPTEMBER: Drawing your own story, Meinrad Craighead, 24-26. Call or write for more information and our brochure: Holy Spirit Retreat Center, 4316 Lanai Rd., Encino, CA 91436; (818) 784-4515. Place: Jesuit Retreat House, Los Altos, CA Time: June 22-July 29, 1993 Description: Directed 30-day Ignatian retreat, preceded and followed by seminar days of theological reflection, is part of the Master in Applied Spirituality Program of the University of San Francisco. For more details, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Retreats, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601.

Retreats

COLORADO

Place: Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House, Sedalia, CO Time: Year-round Description: Situated on 300 acres in the foothills of the majestic Rocky Mountains, the Jesuit Retreat House offers the perfect setting for solitude, reflection and prayer. Directed, private, preached and 30-day retreats are available year-round for clergy, religious and laity. Summer schedule for individually directed (and private) silent retreats: May 18-27; June 8-17; June 20-29; June 19-July 22 (30-day); July 2-11; July 13-22; July 28-Aug. 6; Aug. 8-15 (preached or individually directed). Convenient transportation from Denver airport. For information/reservations contact: Reservations Coordinator, Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House, Box 185, Sedalia, CO 80135. (303) 688-4198. Place: Benet Pines Retreat Center, Colorado Springs, CO Time: Year-round Description: Two cottages, two hermitages on 30 acres of pine forest in view of Pikes Peak. Private and individually directed retreats, centering prayer retreats year-round. Sabbaticals are self-designed, contemplative, hermitage experiences. Summer. Day hiking retreats on Colorado trails June 25 to July 1 and July 23-30. Directors are Benedictine sisters and priest-in-residence. Daily Eucharist. Call, write for brochure: Benet Pines, 15780 Hwy. 83, Colorado Springs, CO 80921; (719) 495-2574.

CONNECTICUT

Place: Wisdom House, Litchfield, CT Time: June-October 1993 Description: Mountain setting with swimming pool. Directed retreats: June 25-July 2; July 9-16; Aug. 6-13; Aug. 13-20; Sept. 10-17; Oct. 22-29. Preached retreat: June 25-July 2, Toward the 21st Century: Women, the Poor and Peace in Church and Society, Theresa Kane, RSM. Guided retreats: July 9-16, Scattered Fragments: Women's Integration and Wholeness Retreat, Dorothy Ettling, CCVI; Aug. 6-13, Wisdom Spirituality, Cathleen Murtha, DW, and Edna Butler, DW; Journey Toward Self, Mary Sullivan, rc; Sept. 10-17, Jesus and Women in the Scriptures, Jane Silk, RSM; Oct. 15-17, Wisdom Woman and Wise Women, Kathleen M. O'Connor. Contact: Wisdom House, 229 E. Litchfield Rd., Litchfield, CT 06759. (203) 567-3163. Fax: (203) 567-3166. Place: Enders Island, CT Time: Oct. 17-23,24-29,1993 Description: "Mining our Inner Wisdom," Oct. 17-22, 1993, a retreat focusing on use of art-journaling with color and clay to facilitate prayer, silence, attending arid responding in a discerning way to the wisdom revealed through God's creative Word. "Autumn Island Retreat," Oct. 24-tic retreat including themes from scripture and nature: island, earth, water. Silence, sharing, visualization, art-journaling sessions, gentle stretching exercises. Each retreat: daily liturgy available with Edmundite Community; tuition $100, room and board $210; staff: Marianne Hieb, RSM, and Helen Owens, OSF. Information: Marion Fazi, Lourdes Wellness Center, 900 Haddon Ave., Suite 100, Collingswood, NJ 08108; (609) 869-3127.

GEORGIA

Place: Ignatius Jesuit Retreat House, Atlanta, GA Time: Year-round Description: Ignatius House is situated on a magnificent high bluff overlooking the Chattahoochee River approximately 18 miles north of downtown Atlanta. It is surrounded by 20 acres of beautiful trees and hills which include trails leading to a natural waterfall that flows into a wandering creek at one end of the property and a four-story pine deck overlooking the Chattahoochee River at the other end of the property. Each room has a private bath. Group, private and directed retreats are scheduled at mutually agreeable times throughout the year. Write or call: Ignatius House, Jesuit Retreat Center, 6700 Riverside Dr., NW, Atlanta, GA 30328. (404) 255-0503.

ILLINOIS

Place: Cenacle Retreat House, Warrenville, IL Time: Summer retreats Description: Located on 42 acres of wooded grounds along the DuPage River, 30 miles west of Chicago. Air-conditioned rooms, directed retreats throughout the year. Brochure available for group. programs, including: May 14-16 Dream Seminar with Jean Maher, OSB; June 13-19, Retreat for Religious with Simeon Gallagher, OFM; June 25-30, "Mysticism in Daily Life" with Gabriele Uhlein, OSF; July 9-14 "Gospel of Mark" with Hans Koenen, SJ; Aug. 6-8. The Mystery of Conversion?" with Thomas Naim. OFM; Aug. 13-15 Adventures in Prayer with Gretchen Funck, rc, and Dolores Nicosia. Call or write: Cenacle Retreat House, Ministry Office, PO Box 797, Warrenville, IL 60555. (708) 393-1231. Place: Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, Mundelein, IL Time: Summer 1993 Description: Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, located on 1,100-acre wooded lot, surrounded by beautiful lawns with pathways to the lake, on the grounds of Mundelein Seminary; 45 rooms with private baths. Indoor pool, gym and bicycles accessible. Offers these 1993 summer retreats: June 7-11: For retired, reserved and active military chaplains; July 6-8: Mini-retreat for priests' fraternities; July 12-16: For women religious -- "Contemplative Prayer"; July 19-23: For women religious -- "Celebration of the Eucharist as a Source of Spirituality"; Aug. 8-14: Directed retreat for priests -- choice of directors. To register, write or call: Cardinal Stritch Retreat House, P.O. Box 455, Mundelein, IL 60060. (708) 566-6060. Place: King's House, Belleville, IL Time: Various retreats year-round Description: Retreats especially for women religious summer 1993. Find renewal and quiet in wooded acres 15 minutes from downtown St. Louis. "Centering Prayer Retreat" (Keating based) with Bill Sheehan, OMI, and Marilyn Wussler, SSND. Includes presentations about centering prayer, personal prayer experiences, use of body energy, relaxation, optional faith sharing, spirituality of touch through optional Full Body Massage and Reiki Treatment, July 19-25. "Blessed Attitudes: Reflecting the Lord Jesus (Phil 2:5)," with James Allen, OMI, June 7-13. "Speak Lord, as Your Servant Listens," with Lou Studer, OMI, July 12-18. Includes conferences, prayer, reconciliation, quiet time, and optional sharing. Contact: King's House, 700 N. 66th St., Belleville, IL 62223. (618) 397-0584. Fax: (618) 397-5123.

Retreats

INDIANA

Place: Mary's Solitude Prayer Center, Notre Dame, IN Time: Year-round Description: Available any Time private or individually directed retreats; 30-day retreats; spiritual direction. Peaceful, homelike contemplative atmosphere. On Saint Mary's College campus (across from Notre Dame) -- very quiet setting on crest of hill overlooking woodlands, farm, St. Joseph River. Many acres of beauty: nature trails, gardens, fountains, gazebo, outdoor patio. Swimming pool and athletic facilities available. Daily liturgy; praying community. The Sisters of the Holy Cross welcome you to Mary's Solitude! Write or call: Mary's Solitude Prayer Center, Saint Mary's, Notre Dame, IN 46556. (218) 284-5599. Place: Beech Grove Benedictine Center, Beech Grove, IN Time: Spring/Summer, 1993 Description: Beech Grove Benedictine Center, on the grounds of Our Lady of Grace Monastery, is located 10 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. The facility includes indoor pool, gym, fitness room, spacious grounds, chapel and monastic library. Holy Week Retreat, April 4-11; Jesus For Our Lives and Times, a preached retreat, June 6-12; Creation-Centered Guided Retreat, June 13-19; Wholistic Directed Retreat, July 25-31. Individual private, guided and directed retreats also available. For more information: Director of Programs, Beech Grove Benedictine Center, 1402 Southern Ave., Beech Grove, IN 46107. (317) 788-7581. Place: The Solitude of St. Joseph, Notre Dame, IN Time: Year-round Description: Located on the edge of the University of Notre Dame campus, in parklike surroundings, The Solitude has six rooms for directed or private retreats. Retreats of six or eight days begin on Sunday evening. Retreats of shorter duration begin at the discretion of the retreatant and when space is available. Directed retreats must be arranged at least one month in advance. Guests prepare their own meals from food provided. Costs: $30 per night. Directed retreat: $10 per meeting with director. A nonrefundable deposit of $35 is required for stays of three or more nights. Early registration for summer months highly recommended. Write or call: Solitude of St. Joseph, PO Box 983, Notre Dame, IN 46556. (219) 631-5655. Place: Lindenwood, Donaldson, IN Time: Year-round Description: Lindenwood, peaceful setting on Lake Gilbraith. Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ Ministry Center, 35 miles south of South Bend, offers 1993 retreats (private rooms, air-conditioned, private bath). Directed: Sr. Jean Mahrer, OSB, April 2-10, TBA, May 6-14, Rev. Paul Wendel, CSC, June 22-30, Sr. Gertrude Anne Otis, CSC, July 22-30, TBA, Dec. 3-10. Conferences: Rev. Leon Flaherty, CPPS, April 5-11. Triduum, April 9-11. Rev. Wm. Topmoeller, SJ, May 9-14, Rev. Patrick Collins, June 23-28, Rev. Eris Zimmer, OFM Capuchin, July 22-27, Rev. Johnathon Foster, OFM, Dec. 5-10. Write: Lindenwood, PO Box 1, Donaldson, IN 46513. Call: (219) 935-1760 (weekdays). Place: Fatima Retreat Center, Notre Dame, IN Time: July 18-23,1993 Description: Directed or preached retreat. Enjoy a directed or preached retreat in a pleasant environment for quiet reflection adjoining the Notre Dame campus. All rooms are air-conditioned with private showers. The preached retreat will have two group conferences, a day with optional discussion groups, videotapes and individual direction presented by Fr. Kenneth Grabner, CSC. The directed retreat will have female and male directors. One director facilitates the Twelve Step program. The Retreats International programs precede this retreat. Detailed brochure available: Directed/Conference Retreats, Fatima Retreat Center, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Phone: (219) 234-1067. Place: Fatima Retreat Center, Notre Dame, IN Time: July 3-9, 1993 Description: Directed or preached retreat. Enjoy a directed or preached retreat in a pleasant environment for quiet reflection adjoining the Notre Dame campus. All rooms are air-conditioned with private showers. The preached retreat will have two group discussions a day with optional discussion groups, videotapes and individual direction presented by Fr. Kenneth Grabner, CSC. The directed retreat will have female and male directors. One director facilitates the Twelve Step program. The Retreats International programs follow this retreat. Detailed brochure available: Directed/Conference Retreats, Fatima Retreat Center, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Phone: (219) 234-1067. Place: Kordes Enrichment Center, Ferdinand, IN Time: June-July 1993 Description: Kordes, located in beautiful southern Indiana, has an atmosphere of quiet prayer and provides these retreats: "Called into Her Presence: Praying with Feminine Images of God," by Virginia Ann Froehle, RSM, June 13-19; "Heart of the Hunter," by Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB, July 4-10; "Holistic Directed Retreat," July 16-23; "Contemplative Outreach Intensive Retreat," July 25-Aug. 3, Maria Tasto, OSB, Kristine Harpenau, OSB, Joan Scheller, OSB. The following workshops are also offered: Elderhostel, "German-American Experience," Drs. Ruth, Eberhard Reichmann, May 16-22; "Exploring the Dream Drama," Dr. Bridget Clare McKeever, SSL, June 4-6; "Introduction to Enneagram Theory," Jeanne Knoerle, SP, Bernice Kuper, SP, Karlene Sensmeier, OSB, July 16-18. Write or call: Kordes Enrichment Center, 841 E. 14th St., Ferdinand, IN 47532. 800-880-2777. Place: Bethany Retreat House, East Chicago, IN Time: Year-round Description: Individually directed and private retreats in a prayerful home setting. Bethany offers sacred space for intimacy with oneself and with God, warm hospitality, wholesome food for one's body-person, beauty to nourish one's spirit and encouragement of and care-full listening to one's inner self. 5 to 25 minutes' drive to several Lake Michigan beaches. Easy limo access to Chicago's O'Hare and Midway airports. Director: Joyce Diltz, PHJC; 2202 Lituanica Ave., East Chicago, IN 46312. (219) 398-5047. Place: Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN Time: June-July 1993 Description: Alternate Modes of Healing, June 10-13, explores how spiritual energies are understood and used in certain approaches such as therapeutic touch, laying on of hands, healing at a distance, Reiki, visualization and meditation. Presented by Patricia Savary, PhD, and Louis M. Savary, PhD. Centering Prayer, June 25, introduces you to the method of opening yourself to the presence and action of Christ in your inmost being. Presented by Jeanne Knoerle, SP, PhD, Holy Ground Revisited, June 27-July 1, focuses on the meaning of "holy ground" as God, self, others and the earth itself. Presented by Barbara Doherty, SP, PhD, Contact: Office of Continuing Education, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876; (812) 535-5148.

KANSAS

Place: Spiritual Life Center, Wichita, KS Time: Aug. 8-15,1993 Description: "Centering Prayer and the Twelve Steps" will be the theme for this weeklong preached retreat Our facilities are new and quite beautiful, facilitating prayer, rest and renewal. Daily schedule will include opportunities for centering prayer group, preached conferences, Eucharist, individual sessions, quiet times, and Twelve Step group. Optional workshops on centering prayer method and Twelve Step spiritual direction. Directed by Philip St. Romain, MS, CADC, author of Twelve Steps to Spiritual Wholeness: A Christian Pathway (Liguori Publ., 1992), and Sr. Carolyn Teter, CSJ. Cost (room, board, registration) is $185 double occupancy; $225 single occupancy. Full description brochure available. Airport pickup. Write or call: Spiritual Life Center, 7100 E. 45th St. N, Wichita, KS 67226. 1-800-221-9637. Place: Acuto Center for Renewal and Prayer, Wichita, KS Time: Spring/Summer Description: March 26-27, "Addictive Systems: Living, Learning and Recovering," with Diane Fassel, PhD; April 16-17, "Living as a Rainbow People: A Spirituality of Compassion." with Jim McGinnis, PhD; July 14-21, "Wholistic Retreat: Following Your Bliss." This retreat incorporates art, creativity, bodywork, individual conferences and drama to encourage participants to name, claim and follow their bliss. Included is a one-day seminar on Julian of Norwich with Roberta Nobleman and a two-day journaling experience as well as careful exploration of the work of Joseph Campbell; July 24-3 1, directed retreats with Diana Villegas, Bill Talentino and Evelyn Booms. Come spend time in the heartland this year. For information. reservations and additional materials, contact: Acuto Center for Renewal and Prayer, 1165 Southwest Blvd., Wichita, KS 67213. (316) 945-2542.

KENTUCKY

Place: Marydale Retreat Center, Erlanger, KY (Cincinnati area) Time: June 13-18,1993 Description: Preached Retreat for Women Religious conducted by Sister Alice Gerdsman, CDP. "Only This I Ask: Praying with the God of Justice." Take time to meet the God who is lovingly just to you and wishes you to be lovingly just to yourself and others. We will seek God in ourselves, in those who surround us, in the earth and in the earth's suffering and joyful people. Daily liturgy, private prayer time, communal prayer offerings, much Telaxation. Swimming, boating, outdoor activities. Free pick-up Greater Cincinnati Airport. Cost $170. Request brochure: Marydale, 945 Donaldson Hwy., Erlanger, KY 41018, (606) 371-4224.

MARYLAND

Place: Bon Secours Spiritual Center, Marriottsville, MD Time: June-August 1993 Description: Conference Retreats: June 20-26: "The Many Ways God Says |I Love You,' A" Frank McGauley, SJ; June 28-July 4: "It is Mercy I Desire," Vincent Watson, OP: Aug. 7-13: "Letting GO .A.A. Letting God," Joseph A. Currie, SJ. Cost: $180. Directed Retreats: June 11-18, June 28-July 4, July 7-14, July 28-Aug. 4. Focusing Directed Retreat: July 16-22. Cost: $190. Write or call: Bon Secours Spiritual Center, 1525 Marriottsville Rd, Marriottsville, MD 21104. (410) 442-1320. Place: Christian Brothers Spiritual Center, Adamstown, MD Time: June 6-11; July 19-31; Aug. 7-11, 1993 Description: Private/directed retreats (June 6-11), cost $200; 17th annual journal directed retreat with Brother Joseph Schmidt, FSC, (July 19-31), limited to 20 participants, cost: $480; journal prayer retreat with Brother Joseph Schmidt, FSC (Aug. 7-13), cost: $250. Quiet setting; air-conditioned, one hour from Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area; pick up at Dulles International Airport for minimal fee; limited financial assistance for religious. Reservations/information: Patricia Burriss, Christian Brothers Spiritual Center, PO Box 29, Adamstown, MD 21710-0029. Phone: (301) 874-5180.

Retreats

MASSACHUSETTS

Place: Sacred Heart Retreat House, Ipswich, MA Time: June 27-July 3, 1993 Description: Father Denys Rackley, Carthusian, just back from a 10-year odyssey studying Buddhist meditation techniques in Thailand, India, Burma and Sri Lanka. Father Rackley is sharing his spiritual experiences in a series of meditation retreats on Boston's North Shore. This six-day intensive retreat will be at Sacred Heart Retreat House, Rt. 1-A in Ipswich, Mass., Sun., June 27 through July 3. For reservations contact: DeWayne Whitehead, Vipassana Christian Retreats, 83 Lovett St., Beverly, MA 01915,(508) 921-9141. Place: St. Stephen Priory, Spiritual Life Center, Dover, MA Time: Summer 1993 Description: Guided/preached retreats: May 29-June 4, June 13-18, Emeagram guided: June 29-July 6. preached retreat with John Burke, OP: July 9-15, guided retreat with Fr. Michael Crosby, OFM: July 23-29, Twelve-Step Guided and "Come Play Before the Lord" guided retreat July 31-Aug. 7, "Body Praise" guided retreat Aug. 8-13. Directed retreats: May 17-21, May 29-June 4, June 20-28, July 9-16, July 17-23, summer renewal program: July 2-22. Lovely wooded setting with pool, 20 miles from Boston. Michael DeTemple. OP, and Maureen Casey, SND, codirectors. SL Stephen Priory, Spiritual Life Center, 20 Glen St., Box 370, Dover, MA 02030. (508) 785-0124.

MICHIGAN

Place: Weber Center, Adrian MI Time: Year-round Description: Summer Retreats: May 21-23, Scattered Fragments; May 23-29, Dancing the Spirit; June 17-21, An Enneagram Retreat; June 28-July 2, It's Simply About Prayer; July 15-19, And the Seed Becomes the Rose; July 25-31, Parable: Encounter with the Word; August 1-7, Befriending: Learning to Love; August 5-7, Life Study, Dominican Charism. Directed Retreats: June 13-20, July 4-11, August 15-22. Weber Center, 1257 E. Siena Heights Dr., Adrian, MI 49221. (517) 263-7088. Place: Columbiere Center in Clarkston, MI Time: July 25-Aug. 1, 1993 Description: Encounter With Silence is a six-day silent retreat, formerly given by Father John Hugo of Pittsburgh. Dorothy Day was his most famous retreatant. She made the retreat more than 20 times and wrote of it in her books. Day said it was "like hearing the Gospel for the first time." It draws its power from uncompromising reflection upon Scripture, in four one-hour conferences daily. Site is contemplative setting north of Detroit. Director is Michael Hugo, lay minister/therapist. Cost: $285. Information and reservations contact: Joan Francis. 5575 Conner Ave., Detroit, MI 48213. (313) 579-4685 or (313) 579-4454. Place: Colombiere Spirituality Center, Clarkston, MI Time: June 7-16; June 30-July 9; July 10-19; July 21-30, 1993; 30-day: June 30-July 31, 1993. Description: Individual, eight-day directed retreats will be offered on the above dates. The 30-day Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius are scheduled June 30-July 31. Retreats of shorter duration can also be scheduled within the above dates. Benno Kornely, SJ, and other women and men who are qualified directors will be the retreat team. Our 400 acres of woodland trails and meadows together with our outdoor pool invite contemplation and relaxation. The retreats begin at 7:30 p.m. on the first date and end after breakfast of the closing date. For more information write/phone: Retreat Secretary, Colombiere Spirituality Center, PO Box 139, Clarkston, MI 48347-0139. (313) 625-5611.

MINNESOTA

Place: Center for Spiritual Development, Bird Island, MN Time: June, July, August 1993 Description: Guided retreats: "Sharing Jesus' Journey," Fr. Joseph Bidwell June 20-27; "Empowerment in the Spirit." Fr. Dale Tupper, June 27-July 4; "Encounter With the Word: Everyday an Exodus." Sr. Janet Schlichting. OP, July 11-18; "Biblical Foundations of Christian Spirituality," Br. Malachy Broderick, FSC, July 24-3 1. Directed retreats are also available. Contact: Center for Spiritual Development, P.O. Box 538, Bird Island, MN 55310-0538; (612) 365-3644. Place: Cenacle Retreat House, Wayzata, MN Time: June, July Description: Healing Journey to S-E-L-F, June 6-13, for Women Religious, journey toward healing sexual secrets, eating disorders, lies to trust, and feelings, Mary Sullivan, rc. Retreat For Persons With AIDS and HIV-Positive, June 18-20, Jeanne Schweicker, SSSF. Enneagram II, Compassion and Relationships, June 25-27, enter more deeply into the dynamics of the Enneagram theory, Nancy Golen, rc. Synchronicity, July 9-11, become alive to new meaning and creativity, John Giannini. Finding Again Our Lost Love, July 23-25, time to reclaim the Spirit's gifts found first in the Charismatic Renewal, Jack Brombach, Karl Voelker, SJ. Directed Retreats, June 1-July 2, July 6-Aug. 1. Detailed brochures available: Cenacle, 1221 Wayzata Blvd., Wayzata, MN 55391. (612) 473-7308.

MISSOURI

Place: The Franciscan Prayer Center, Independence, MO Time: Year-round Description: In the Heart of America, 30 minutes from Kansas City, 45 minutes from airport. Open year-round. Pristine hilltop setting, 82-acre campus of natural beauty -- secluded woods, open fields, walking trails. Eucharist, chapel handicapped access, bookstore. Call for brochure. Sample offerings: directed retreats, June 13-20, Fr. Paul Reinert, SJ, Fr. Timothy Schoen. OSB, Sr. Regina Megivern, BVM; Spiritual Life and Growth, June 6-12, Fr. Luke Zimmer, SSCC; Women of the Bible, June 21-28, Sr. Kathleen Mullin, BVM, Patti Hoffman; Life Transitions, Feb. 13, Srs. Margaret Nacke and Mary Savoie, CSJ; Developing Capable People, 2 offerings, Mark McGonigle. Write or call: The Franciscan Prayer Center, 2100 N. Noland Rd., Independence, MO 64050-1698. (816) 252-1673. Fax: (816) 252-5574. Place: Marianist Retreat & Conference Center, Eureka, MO Time: Summer 1993 Description: May 31 -June 6, 1993: "A Journey in Virtue." Fr. Gus Biehl, SM. A preached retreat discussing the virtues and patterns of virtue for religious. June 21-25, 1993: diocesan priests retreat, Msgr. Warren Holleran. A preached retreat reflecting on Lectionary Cycle B (limited space available). June 26-July 2, 1993: "Reinterpreting the Vows for Today," Fr. Joseph Tedesco, SM. A preached retreat examining the movement of the spiritual life through faith and baptism to the vowed life, prayer and community. July 25-Aug. 1, 1993: Directed retreat, with a team of men and women trained spiritual directors. The Marianist Center is situated on 120 acres of rolling hillside in southwest St. Louis County. The center is completely air-conditioned. Each retreatant has a private room with full bath. For more information or to reserve a place, call or write: Retreat Reservations, Marianist Retreat & Conference Center, PO Box 718, Eureka, MO 63025. Phone: (314) 938-5390. Fax: (314) 938-5391. Place: Centers for Holistic Living-Rockhaven. House Springs, MO Time: July 18-24,1993; other time may be arranged. Description: R & R retreat: Rest and Relaxation based on the holistic belief that resting the body and the mind refreshes the spirit. No schedule; individual direction available. Come for any length of time. $35 per day with direction; $25 per day without direction. Rural wooded location; private rooms; airconditioned; outdoor swimming pool; massage available. Write or phone: Rockhaven, 7621 Rivermont Trail, House Springs, MO 63051. (314) 671-3623. Place: Centers for Holistic Living-Rockhaven, House Springs, MO Time: June 22-29, 1993. Description: Retreat for lesbian religious. Retreat facilitator. Mary Tobias Hagan, csj. For women religious who are exploring sexual identity issues. Presentations, discussions, individual direction. Themes: Knowing Yourself; Self As Gift; Relationships; Integration; Celibacy; Making Choices. Rural, wooded location; private rooms; air-conditioned; outdoor swimming pool; massage available. Transportation from SL Louis upon request. Fee: $250. Write or phone: Rockhaven, 7621 Rivermont trail House Springs, MO 63051. (314) 671-3623. Place: Centers for Holistic Living-Rockhaven, House Springs, MO Time: June 13-19,1993. Description: Contemplative Sitting Retreat: Includes a period of yoga and a period of Zazen (Buddhist contemplative sitting) each day; brief instruction each day. Participants do not have to be experienced. Facilitators: Mary Tobias Hagan, csj, and Linda Turner. Fee: $250. Rural wooded location; healthful meals; private rooms; air-conditioned; outdoor swimming pool; massage available. Write or phone: Rockhaven, 7621 Rivermont Trail, House Springs, MO 63051. (314) 671-3623.

NEW JERSEY

Place: Carmel Retreat, Mahwah, NJ Time: Year-round Description: Retreat and spirituality ministry for laity, religious, clergy. Making Carmelite spirituality available. Summer programs -- Preached Retreat for Sisters: June 20-25; July 1-16; 25-30; Aug. 15-20. Individually directed silent retreats: May 16-21; May 30-June 4; June 13-18; June 25-July 2; July 2-9; July 16-23; Aug. 1-8; Aug. 20-27; Aug. 29-Sept. 3. Ernest Larkin, O.Carm., St. John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila for the '90s -- Oct. 10-15; 30 private rooms, some private baths; air-conditioned; handicapped-accessible; home-cooked meals; 37 acres in Ramapo Mountains, 30 min. from NYC. Pick up at bus and RR. Phone/write: Director, Carmel Retreat, 1071 Ramapo Valley Rd., Mahwah, NJ 07430.(201)327-7090. Place: Pius X Retreat House, Blackwood, NJ Time: Aug. 7-13, 1993 Description: "Human Wholeness Retreat" wholistic spirituality through input, scriptural themes, silence, sharing. contemplative presence, rest. Sessions using visualization, meditation, color and clay to focus journaling. Nutritious meals, gentle exercise, massage, Tai Chi, Christian Yoga. Alternative for prior participants: option for individual spiritual direction, silence within same wholistic atmosphere. Indoor pool, sauna available, air-conditioned rooms. Staff: Helen Owens, OSF; Marianne Hieb, RSM; Al Smith, OSFS; L.A.M.P. Retreat and Wellness Staff. Cost $120 tuition. $180 room and board. Write for information and brochure: Marion Fazi, Lourdes Wellness Center, 900 Haddon Ave., Suite 100, Collingswood, NJ 08108; (609) 869-3127. Place: Mount St. Mary House of Prayer, Watchung, NJ Time: April-September, 1993 Description: Mount St. Mary House of Prayer, a charming, renovated carriage house, provides a community and an environment conducive to prayer. The House of Prayer is directed by Sisters of Mercy, Eileen Smith and Mary Jo Kearns. Nestled in a quiet wooded area, the house is an "oasis off Route 22" for persons of all faiths. Offerings include: Retreat for Bicyclists, May 14-15; Summer Directed Retreats: June 23-30, July 6-13, Aug. 17-24 ($30/night); Retreat-by-the-sea (held in Ventnor, NJ), Sept. 10-12 ($75/weekend). Contact: Mount St. Mary House of Prayer, 1651 U.S. Hwy. 22, Watchung, NJ 70M. (908) 753-2091.

NEW YORK

Place: Various retreat centers, New York Time: June 25-29, Syracuse (Christ the King); July 20-25, Canandaigua (Notre Dame); Aug. 9-11. Derby (St. Columban's); Aug. 13-17, Manhasset (SL Ignatius); Aug. 27-29, Altamont (Pyramid Life Center) Description: deMello styled retreats: Each prayer week will be based on meditations from Call to Love, a new book by Fr. Anthony deMello, SJ. Conferences will be presented by Fr. James Dolan, SJ, who studied with Tony deMello in India in 1986. An essential element will include understanding our illusions and beliefs through group discussion and personal reflection. Contact: Jim Dolan, SJ, Jesuit Community, 1800 S. Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14618. Phone: (716) 244-2851. Place: St. Ignatius Retreat House, Manhasset, NY Time: Summer 1993 Description: St. Ignatius Retreat House. Manhasset, N.Y., 20 miles east of Manhattan offers the following sisters' retreats: Directed: June 14-23, July 5-12, July 14-21, July 22-31 -- team of experienced Jesuits and women religious; Guided Retreat: June 25-July 2, "Justice, Scripture arid the Modem World," led by George Anderson, SJ; Preached Retreat: Aug. 4-13, led by Timothy Curtin. SJ. Our peaceful surroundings include 33 spacious acres of beautiful lawns and woodlands, a meditation garden and pool. For further information/registration contact: St. Ignatius Retreat House, P.O. Box 756, Manhasset, NY 11030; (516) 621-8300.

Retreats

NEW YORK

Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: June 4-6, 1993 Description: 12 Step Retreat: A weekend retreat for those in any 12-step program. "We admitted we were powerless ... a Power greater than ourselves could restore our sanity." 4 p.m. Friday to Sunday afternoon. Presenters: Br. William Callahan, CP, and Passionist Team. Cost: $100. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471. (718) 549-6500. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: June 18-20, 1993 Description: Married couples: A retreat designed to deepen a married couple's relationship with themselves and with the God who brought them together. 4 p.m. Friday to 12:45 p.m. Sunday. Presenters: Father Fidelis Connolly, CP, and Passionist Team. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471. (718) 549-6500. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: June 29-July 4, 1993 Description: Sisters' retreat: A preached retreat that begins with dinner on June 29th and ends with lunch on July 4. Preacher. Father Alexis Paul CP. Cost: $150. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471. (718) 549-6500. Place: Abba House of Prayer, Albany, NY Time: Year-round except August Description: Abba House of Prayer is a spiritual rest stop for persons on the go. Spend a few days, weeks or months immersed in God's living waters. Over 125 persons have spent sabbaticals here in our grace-filled 20 years and many more have come for private or directed retreats. Pleasant homestead, simple life-style, resident praying community as staff, wide ecumenical involvement. Pray, read, walk outdoors, do a self-directed or staff-assisted study in scripture, spiritual topics, significant authors. Occasional programs also held in house. Write or call for planning: Sisters Elizabeth Hoye, RSCJ, or Mary Gen Smyth, RSCJ, Abba House of Prayer, 647 Western Ave., Albany, NY 12203. (518) 438-8320. Place: Mercy Prayer Center, Rochester, NY Time: July 18-25; Aug. 8-15 Description: Retreats: July 18-25, Individually Directed Eight-day Retreat. Directors: Rev. James Malone, SJ, and staff. $210. Aug. 8-15, Eight-Day Directed Retreat, $210. An opportunity for a week's retreat -- a time for personal renewal, a deepening relationship with God and a reflective time for discernment. Each retreat begins where God is present in the life of the Retreatant Mercy Prayer Center, a "Quiet Place," is a small, eight-bedroom retreat center with park-like surroundings, quiet chapel and pool availability. Sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. For reservations, please respond to: Mercy. Prayer Center, 65 Highland Ave., Rochester, NY 14620.(716) 473-6893. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: July 4-18, 1993 Description: Directed retreat: Make a directed retreat according to your own available time and space. Meet with the director daily; spend quiet time in prayer/reflection, celebrate in the eucharistic liturgy and enjoy the gifts of nature, scenery and quiet. Directors: Father Thomas Brislin, CP; Father Fidelis Connolly, CP. Cost: 5 days, $160; 6 days, $200; 7 days, $240; 8 days, $280. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471. (718) 549-6500. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: July 16-18, 1993 Description: 12-step retreat: Loving in the Present Moment is a weekend retreat experience for men and women in any 12-step program. Love of self, love of God and love of others will be the focus of this weekend. Presenter: Sr. Mary Stewart, SA. Cost: $110. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471. (718) 549-6500. Place: Villa St. Dominic, Glasco, NY Time: Year-round Description: Summer retreats/hermitages -- Villa St. Dominic -- on the banks of the Hudson River, 100 miles north of New York City, 121 wooded acres, walking paths, library of books/tapes, pool available. Offerings: directed ($250)/private ($200). Retreats: June 29-July 6, July 10- 1 7. Hermitages $20. Daily -- spiritual direction/private/directed retreats in hermitage/main house throughout year. The contemplative setting fosters solitude, wonder and oneness of spirit, mind and body within the embrace of God's bounty. Contact: Katherine Gaffney, OP, Retreats, Villa St. Dominic, PO Box 189, Glasco, NY 12432. (914) 246-8941. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: Aug. 6-8,1993 Description: Composting to Growth: 12-Step Retreat. All registrations are made with the retreat house. Please call for a special flier and additional information. Come aside for a while as a person who is involved in the 12-step process. This weekend retreat is a journey to wellness through Step 4: Digging to uncover and discover; Step 5: Sharing one's gifts of discovery; Step 6-7: Composting to growth. Friday registration from 4 p.m. until lunch Sunday. Presenter: Sr. Mary Stewart, SA. Cost: $110. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471 (718) 549-6500. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: Aug. 27-29,1993 Description: Listening Retreat. This weekend will be devoted to understanding listening and how we do it or do not do it, guided by people in The Bible. Opportunities will be offered to learn about our senses and how we use them or do not use them for growth in human understanding as well as in spiritual maturity and personal responsibility. Time will be given to presenting scientific data and prayerful inspiration. Registration on Friday from 4 p.m.; supper at 6:30 p.m. Program ends with lunch on Sunday. Presenter: Dorothy Armstrong. Cost $135. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471. (718) 549-6500. Place: Still Point House of Prayer, Stillwater, NY Time: Year-round Description: Retreats: guided, private, directed and hermitage experience. 30 acres of woods, pond, meditation park, Native American medicine wheel. Guest house. Welcoming house. Hermitages. Life-style: liturgical monastic focus, silence, solitude, study, the arts, vegetarian diet -- Eastern thrust -- Jesus Prayer, yoga. Options: manual labor, gardening. Spiritual companionship. Options: Body work, psychosynthesis counseling and cultural events (summer). Partial scholarships are available. Contact: Sylvia Rosell, OP, Still Point House of Prayer, Rt. 423, Box 53, Stillwater, NY 12170. (518) 587-4967. Place: Center of Renewal, Stella Niagara, NY Time: Spring/Summer -- Description: On the banks of the Niagara River, just 10 miles from Niagara Falls, the Center of Renewal offers: A Call to Love: the Spirituality of Tony deMello, James R. Dolan, SJ, March 19-21. Focusing and Spirituality Workshop-Retreat, March 26-28. "For Married Couples Only: Freeing the Christ Within," Fr. John Mergenhagen, April 23-25. "Where Was God? She's In You .A.A. for women abused as children." May 14-16. Directed retreats: May 16-23; June 4-9 (John of the Cross); June 11-18; July 17-24; Aug. 20-28. Guided retreats: June 11-18, Praying Through Creation; July 17-24, Freeing the Christ Within; Aug. 20-28, A View from the Mountaintop. Eye of the Heart, Fr. John Mergenhagen, July 5-11 and Aug. 9-15. "The Immediacy of Christ," conference retreat, Aidan Rooney, CM, July 11-16. Contact: Center of Renewal, Stella Niagara, NY 14144. (716) 754-7376. Place: St. Columban Center, Derby, NY Time: Year-round Description: Situated on Lake Erie 16 miles south of Buffalo, N.Y., the center offers preached, guided, directed, private retreats; day, evening, weekend, overnight programs for men, women, youth, priests, sisters. Upcoming programs include: "Refocusing and Recharging." with the Rev. Mark Link, SJ, (for priests), June 7-10; "Experiencing One's Specialness" with the Rev. John Dillon, SJ, July 4- 10; "I Am Seeking God," with the Rev. Edward Farrell, July 25-31; "With Grateful Heart," directed retreat with resident and guest directors, Aug. 2-8; "Living Life to the Hilt," with Sr. Jose Hobday, Sept. 10-12. Questions? Write St. Columban Center, P.O. Box 816, Derby, NY 14047-0816.

OHIO

Place: Jesuit Retreat House, Cleveland, OH Time: May 14-Aug. 13,1993 Description: Located on 57 wooded acres in suburban Cleveland, America's oldest retreat house once again offers its spring/summer schedule. JRH has a variety of individually directed retreats for priests, religious and lay-people including The Six Day: May 14-21, June 20-27, June 27-July 4; The Weekend: June 25-27, July 9-11; The Eight Day: July 11-20; The Thirty Day: June 20-July 21. Special directed retreat for priests: Aug. 9-13. The two resident Jesuits and four women retreat directors will lead you through your individually directed retreats, all based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Our 57 acres of meadows and pathways are the perfect setting for your annual renewal. Off-site swimming privileges available at the Marriott Inn. For full information write or call: Jesuit Retreat House, 5629 State Rd., Cleveland, OH 44134.(216) 884-9300. Place: Jesuit Renewal Center, Milford, OH Time: May-September, 1993 Description: The Jesuit Renewal Center (in suburban Cincinnati) offers retreatants a quiet place of natural beauty, warm hospitality, attention to the holistic nature of spirituality, quality spiritual direction and commitment to inclusive, prayerful liturgy. Summer retreat programs include: "30-Day Retreat: A Holistic Approach," June 24-July 27; "Holistic Retreat: Body and Spirit - The ONE Journey," August 3-10; "Personally Directed Retreats," May 10-17; with clay and meditation, May 20-27; with dream work, June 3-10, June 25-July 2, July 20-27; with Tai Chi, Aug. 12-19, Sept. 7-14. For information and registration, call or write: JRC, 5361 S. Milford Rd., Milford, OH 45150. (513) 248-3535. Place: St. Joseph Christian Life Center, Cleveland, OH Time: Year-round Description: Situated on the shores of Lake Erie, the Christian Life Center offers a wide variety of programs and retreats. A few highlights of the summer include: Quiet Directed and Contemplative retreats; Exploring the Feminine Face of God in Nature, Solitude and the Ordinary, and much more! Call (216) 531-7370 for our advertising or write: St. Joseph Christian Life Center, 18485 Lake Shore Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44119. Place: Sister of Charity Motherhouse, Mount St. Joseph, OH Time: April 4-11, May 12-21, June 7-16, June 22-July 1, Aug. 2-11, 1993 Description: Directed retreats at all above dates. Preached retreats: April 4-11. Life Out of Death, John Phelps, CssR; May 14-21, Discipleship in Matthew, Nicholas Lohkamp, OFM; Keep the Dream Alive, Carol Brenner, SC, Esther Humbert, SC; June 9-16, The Courage to Accept Acceptance, Rev. William Cornelius; God Moving in Our Dreams and Lives, Mary Bookser, SC, Mary Lou Knapke, SC; June 24-July 1, Christ Lives In Me, Joseph Ricchini, OFM; Connecting With Great Prayers, Kay Tardiff, SC; Aug. 4-11, Called to Religious Life ... Called to Peace, James Nusbaum, SJ; God's Work of Art, Janet Gildea, SC, Carol Wirtz, SC. Brochure available. Spirituality Center, 5900 Delhi Rd., Mount St. Joseph, OH 45051-1500. (513) 347-5453.

OREGON

Place: Shalom Prayer Center, Mt. Angel OR Time: July 1993 or January 1994 Description: Prayer of the Heart Retreat: A month-long contemplative experience for men and women in the prayerful environment of Shalom Prayer Center. Retreatants enjoy silence and solitude in a Benedictine monastic atmosphere amid Oregon's natural beauty. The retreat experience includes spiritual direction, contemplative sitting, teachings on prayer and break-day outings to nearby Pacific Coast, Cascade Mountains or Columbia River Gorge. June 30-July 29, 1993, or January 1994. Contact: Jeanne Ranek, OSB, Shalom Prayer Center, 840 S. Main St., Mt. Angel, OR 97362.(503) 845-6773. Place: Loyola Retreat House, Portland, OR Time: Summer 1993 Description: June 18-25: "Praying the Psalms." a conference-style retreat presented by Sr. Elizabeth Liebert, Fr. John Endres, SJ, and Sr. Mary Rose Baumpus. Cost $200 with a $25 nonrefundable deposit. July 13-18: "Rediscovery of Life," a deMello style retreat presented by Fr. Jim Dolan, SJ. Cost $185 with a $25 nonrefundable deposit. June 15-July 15: 30-Day privately directed retreat Directors: Fr. J.V. Hennessy arid Sr. Carmen Echevarria, SCL Six- or eight-day retreats: June 25-July 4; July 13-22; Aug. 3-12. Write or call: Loyola Retreat House, 3220 SE 43rd Ave., Portland, OR 97206-3193. (503) 777-2225.

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: Dominican Retreat House, Elkins Park. PA Time: April 6-11, 1993 Description: Preached-Holy Week Retreat Theme: Sharing in the Saving Mystery of Jesus. Preacher: Rev. Raphael Amrheim, CP. Retreat begins on Tues.. April 6. at 4 p.m. and celebrates all of the Holy Week services, including the Solemn Easter Vigil Saturday night. The retreat closes Easter Sunday morning, April 11, at 10 a.m. Arrangements can be made for those who are unable to make the entire retreat. Further information, write or call: Sr. Mary Daniel Dominican Retreat House, 750 Ashbourne Rd., Elkins Park, PA 19117. (215) 224-0945 or (215) 782-8520.

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: Villa Maria Community Center, Villa Maria, PA Time: All year Description: Villa Maria Retreat Center, conducted by the Sisters of the Humility of Mary, offerings: April 5-11, Holy Week Guided Retreat: Entering the Paschal Mystery, Carolyn Capuano, HM; CONFERENCE RETREATS: April 12-18: The Affirming Power of the Gospel Don Halpin, OFM, Conv.; June 13-20: Celebration of the Eucharist as a Model of Spirituality, the Rev. Patrick Collins; July 4-11: God lived Human Life, Vince Hagarman. SJ; Retreat for Priests, Rev. Patrick Collins: July 25-29. DIRECTED RETREATS: June 20-27, June 27-July 4, July 18-25, Aug. 8-15, Oct. 10-17. FEATURES: Daily liturgy, private rooms, spacious grounds, indoor swimming pool. For more information: Registrar, P.O. Box 424, Villa Maria, PA 16155, (412) 964-8861. Place: University of Scranton, PA Time: June 17-20 or June 21-24, 1993 Description: Operation Wisdom. A three-day reflective retreat for those beyond the midlife crisis focusing on the gift of wisdom in mature years. June 17-20 or June 21-24. $150. Directed by the ISECP staff. Sr. Judith Roemer. Institute for Contemporary Spirituality. University of Scranton, Scranton, PA 18510-4605. (717) 941-6156. Place: IAM Counseling and Retreat Center, New Albany, PA Time: Year-round Description: The IAM center is located in the beautiful Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania. The Center staff including a Pastoral Psychotherapist and Certified Expressive Therapist is dedicated to helping the participants experience how their inner, psychological process is a spiritual journey well-rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition. Creation Days, April 3 and June 5. Passover/Easter, April 8-11. Child Within May 28-31. Clergy Retreat, June 21-25. Directed Retreat, July 23-30. Relationships, Sept. 3-6. Halloween; Laughing at Your Demons, Oct. 29-31. Write or call: IAM Counseling Center, RR 1. Box 75, New Albany, PA 18833. (717) 363-2808.

RHODE ISLAND

Place: Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center, Narragansett, RI Time: Summer 1993 Description: Retreats on Narragansett Bay, a place of natural beauty. Directed: June 13-20, July 3-11; July 14-22; July 25-3 1; August 15-22. Guided: Fr. Robert Caul, June 23-30; Praying with Dreams, Arm Dwyer, CND, and Margaret Goldsbury, CND; June 23-30; Liturgy of Creation Justine Lyons, RSCJ, and team, August 4-12; Other offerings: Nine-month Internship in Spiritual Companioning, residential and nonresidential; Sabbaticals, September-May; Hermitages, 30-day retreats and weekends of prayer throughout the year. For information contact: Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center, Ocean Road, PO Box 507, Narragansett, RI 02882. (401) 884-7676.

TEXAS

Place: Lebh Shomea House of Prayer, La Parra Ranch, Sarita, TX Time: June 21-July 31, 1993 Description: A Desert Experience of 40 days and 40 nights at Lebh Shomea. Includes daily Eucharist, week of orientation, five-week scripturally based personalized retreat of complete silence (with certain afternoons for optional sharing) following the principles of St. John of the Cross and Thomas Merton. Five conferences per week by Fr. Francis Kelly Nemeck, OMI and Sr. Marie Theresa Coombs, hermit, plus private conferences with director of one's choice. All rooms private in eremitical setting. Hermitages available. Guests are welcomed year-round on long/short-term basis. For reservation/information write: Lebh Shomea House of Prayer, La Parra Ranch Sarita, TX 78385-1580. Or call: (512) 294-5369.

WASHINGTON

Place: Immaculate Heart Retreat Center, Spokane, WA Time: Summer 1993 Description: Come to Spokane for your Summer Retreat and stay for a vacation and enjoy the beauty of the Northwest June 18-25, "Woman's Wisdom: Revealing God's Image Through Story and Symbol" by Mary Garvin, SNJM. Laura Michels, SNJM, and Elizabeth McLellan, SNJM. June 11-15, Silent Contemplative Retreat, by Tony Lehmann, SJ. July-Aug. 2, "If Anyone is Thirsty, Let Them Come for Me," conference retreat by Fr. Mike Kwaitkowski. July 26-Aug. 2, six-day directed retreat by IHRC staff. Individually private directed retreats are also available depending on space and directors. Write or call: Immaculate Heart Retreat Center, 6910 S. Ben Burr Rd., Spokane, WA 99223. (509) 448-1224. Place: The Priority Spirituality Center, Lacey, WA Time: June 17-July 2, 1993 Description: Praying with the Elements: Earth, Fire, Wind and Water, a guided retreat facilitated by Jane Comerford, CSJ. Come experience the grandeur of the Northwest arid the rich Native American spiritual tradition as you pray with the elements of earth, fire, wind and water. For more information, contact: Still Point, 1111 Harvard Ave., Seattle, WA 98122. (206) 322-8006.

WISCONSIN

Place: The Bridge-between Retreat Center, Denmark, WI Time: Year-round Description: The Bridge-between Retreat Center: Design a retreat to fit your needs: directed or personal. Arrange-sabbatical. Guests are invited to join Dominican community in contemplative life-style. Enjoy creation unfold. Silo or cottage hermitage. $25/night includes meals. Write or call: Caroline Sullivan, OP, 4471 Flaherty Drive, Denmark, WI 54208. (414) 864-7230. Place: Cardoner Retreat Center, Milwaukee, WI Time: Year-round Description: Directed or private retreats of any duration. Experienced directors give Ignatian retreats. Jones Manuel, SJ, is director of Cardoner. located in motherhouse of School Sisters of St. Francis. Center separate from convent. Private rooms with air conditioners; large, well-furnished room for dining, prayer, reflection; beautiful chapel, officially a landmark of Milwaukee. At Cardoner is a block square private garden, and within a short walk through residential neighborhood are several large parks including Horticultural Gardens. $26/day, private directed retreat; $22/day, nondirected retreat. Cardoner Retreat Center, 1501 S. Layton Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53215; (414) 384-2120. Place: Franciscan Spirituality Center, La Crosse, WI, Marywood on Trout Lake near Woodruff, WI Time: June through December, 1993 Description: Preached retreats: June 11-18, "Christ is Risen! What does it mean for me?" Robert Lab, SJ; July 24-31, "Finding God in All Things: A Healing Presence." Larry Reichley, OP. Guided retreats: June 10-16, "Divine Presence Mirrored in Our Life Cycles," Roseann Giguere, CSJ; June 25-July 1, "The Heart of the Hunter." Macrina Wiederkehr, OSB; July 11-16, "Healing the Inner Child," Peggy McGurn, IHM; July 17-23, "Living Water." Mary E. Engler, OSF, and Becky Burrows, OSF. Directed retreats: June through early December and by special arrangement. Detailed brochures available. Contact: Sister Marian Massman, Franciscan Spirituality Center, 920 Market St., La Crosse, WI 54601-4782. (608) 782-8899.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Various retreat centers in Kentucky, Oregon and Pennsylvania Time: July 9-11. Kentucky (Marydale, Erlanger); June 13-18, Oregon (Loyola, Portland); Nov. 12-14, Pennsylvania (Villa Maria) Description: Each deMello prayer week will be based on Call to Love, a meditation book by Fr. Anthony deMello, SJ. Conferences will be presented by Fr. James Dolan, SJ, who studied with Tony deMello in India in 1986. An essential part of this retreat experience will be to discover the spell under which we have been raised, to wake up and dispel all the fears, illusions and false beliefs. Time will be provided for group discussion and personal reflection. Contact: Jim Dolan, SJ, Jesuit Community, 1800 S. Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14618. Phone: (716) 244-2851. Place: Pax Christi USA (New Hampshire and Vermont) Time: July 11-17,1993 Description: "Making Peace with Creation," sponsored by Pax Christi USA, is a walking retreat that explores and lives the connection between a pilgrimage spirituality and the call to heal and care for creation. "Pilgrims" walk 11 miles per day through the White Mountains and Connecticut River Valley. Support vehicles are available for those who walk less. Meals and lodging are at local churches. The total cost is $120. This pilgrimage-retreat is limited to 20 registrants. For information, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: Pilgrimage Information, Rockview Place, Boston, MA 02130. Phone (617) 524-3011.

CANADA

Place: Visitation, Crawfton, Kingville, Ontario, Canada Time: June 6-12 and June 13-20, 1993 Description: Visitation, The Lord's Barn, will be offering the following retreats at Crawfton (located on Lake Erie) in Kingsville, Ontario, Canada. June 6-12, 1993 -- directed retreat -- Directors: Evelyn-Craig, IHM: Martha Rabaut, IHM. June 13-20, 1993 -- guided retreat: The Prayer of Weaving Peace facilitated by: Eva Schoell, IHM; Barbara Weigand, IHM. Throughout the year the Visitation staff is available for individually directed, guided, 19th Annotation. scriptural, creation, whole earth, weaving, feminist and 30-day Ignatian retreats. These are offered at Visitation. For further information write or call: Visitation, 529 Stewart Rd., Monroe, MI 48161. (313) 242-5520. Place: Queen's House Retreat and Renewal Centre, Saskatoon, SK Canada Time: July 4-Aug. 1, 1993 Description: Summer Stillness (11th) retreats and workshops; Church at the Crossroads (Gerald Arbuckle), Dysfunctional Church (Michael Crosby, Helena Fitzgerald), Mid-life Directions (Janice Brewi, Anne Brennan), Hildegard of Bingen (Miriam Schmitt), Families in Recovery and Healing, Graphoanalysis, Centering Prayer, Journaling. Focusing, Awareness, Rural Life Crisis, Enneagram, First People's Heritage, Seeking Sacred Sites, Clowning, Ways of Praying, Feminine and Self-Esteem, Summer Connections: For First Decade Religious, Teresa of Avila. Grief and Loss, Prayer and Dreams, Prayer in Luke, Woman at the Well: the Feminine Christian, Yoga, Body Prayer, Massage. Contact: Queen's House, 601 Taylor St. W., Saskatoon, SK S7M OC9, Canada. (306) 242-1916. Fax: (306) 653-5941.

IRELAND

Place: Chrysalis Retreat Center, Wicklow, St. Mary's, Ballingarry, Limerick, Ireland Time: June 4-9, Wicklow; June 11-16, Limerick; 1993 Description: Center your summer travel with a congenial deMello-styled retreat. This awareness week based on the book, Call to Love, and from Sadhana reflections will be directed by Fr. James Dolan. Each five-day experience will emphasize deMello spirituality presented in the most conducive atmosphere -- the incomparable welcome, depth, warmth and humor of the Irish. The workshops in Ballingarry and Wicklow cost $250 each, which also includes room and board. Contact: Jim Dolan, SJ, Jesuit Community, 1800 S. Clinton Ave., Rochester, NY 14618. Phone: (716) 244-2851. Place: Milltown Park Jesuit Center, Dublin, Ireland Time: June 19-20,1993 Description: Tony deMello, SJ, until his death in 1987, gave annual retreats to the Irish Jesuits. In his memory there will be a renewal of his message of Wake-up Spirituality based on meditations from his new book Call to Love, and facilitated with presentations and stories by James Dolan, SJ, who studied in India with Anthony deMello. Plan your summer around this stimulating experience; soak up the scenery and rediscover the greener side of life. The weekend deMello retreat in Dublin including room and board is $150. Contact: Jim Dolan, SJ, Jesuit Community, 1800 S. Clinton Ave.. Rochester, NY 14618. Phone: (716) 244-2851.

CALIFORNIA

Place: Center for Theology and Ministry, Doheny Campus, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA Time: September 1993-May 1994 Description: Personal renewal in the context of theological updating. A nine-month program providing opportunities for theological updating, spiritual renewal with an optional ministerial dimension at a lovely campus in the midst of an urban multicultural environment. Weekly theological reflection integrates spirituality, theology and ministry. Write: Sister Kathleen Mary McCarthy, CSJ, Center for Theology and Ministry, Mount St. Mary's College, 10 Chester Place, Los Angeles, CA 90007. (213) 746-0450, ext. 2143. Place: Center for Spiritual Development, Orange, CA Time: Jan. 2-29,1994 Description: Mini-sabbatical for men and women in church ministries (Jan. 2-29, 1994) offered at the Center for Spiritual Development in sunny Southern California. Ideal environment for spiritual renewal theological updating, wholistic relaxation in this garden-oasis. Far from the noise -- yet close to the city, ocean, mountains -- easy access to major airports and recreation areas. For detailed brochure, call or write: Center for Spiritual Development. Attn: Mini-sabbatical $94,434 S. Batavia St., Orange, CA 92668. (714) 744-3175. Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30,1993 Description: Students may complete a 34-unit Master of Arts in Religious Education or Pastoral Ministry Program in 13 months: two summer sessions and the year between; 16-unit certificate programs in Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry also provide a balanced integration of theology and practical application to meet continuing needs of people involved in all forms of ministry within the church. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ. Graduate Degree and Certificate Programs, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601.

INDIANA

Place: St. Meinrad School of Theology, St. Meinrad, IN Time: Year-round Description: The program seeks to integrate continuing education and ongoing formation in ministry, spirituality and theology for the needs of people serving and living the Christian faith in the modem world. They are designed to be individually planned by the applicant in correspondence with the program director and the resources available. Depending on the length of stay arid the desires of the applicant, a number of program components may be chosen: spiritual direction and/or personal growth counseling; pursuing a guided study with one of the seminary professors; participating in regular courses from the seminary curriculum for credit or audit. Write: Sr. Barbara Schmitz, OSB, School of Theology, St. Meinrad, IN 47577. (812) 357-6599.

KANSAS

Place: Manna House of Prayer, Concordia, KS Time: Sept. 22-Nov. 18, 1993 Description: Manna House of Prayer in Concordia, Kan., will again offer The Sarah Sabbatical -- an eight-week program of spiritual renewal designed for women between their 60s and their 80s who are in transition and want to grow old gracefully. Join us, Sept. 22-Nov. 18, 1993, for this delightful, hope-filled exploration of the challenges and diminishments of elderhood. The program provides a variety of personal growth and developmental opportunities including workshops, lectures in theology, spirituality and developmental psychology. Time will be provided for leisure, creativity and artistic expression. Information: Manna House of Prayer, PO Box 675, Concordia, KS 66901. (913) 243-4428.

MARYLAND

Place: Washington Theological Union, Silver Spring, MD Time: Two semesters. Aug. 23-Dec. 15,1993; Jan. 6-May 6, 1994 Description: Located near the nation's capital in an area of historical and cultural interest, WTU offers, in addition to the graduate degree program (M.Div., MTS, and MA), a one-or two-semester Sabbatical Program and a Ministries Development Program designed for women and men on sabbatical leave, or those who seek to enrich their lives and ministries through specialized study and renewal opportunities in area such as spirituality, mission and cross-cultural studies, and word and worship. The cost of the Sabbatical and Ministries Development Programs is $2,950 a semester. For further information, write or call collect Muriel Curran, SSND, or Christopher Keenan, OFM, of Continuing Education Washington Theological Union, 9001 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20903; (301) 439-0551.

MASSACHUSETTS

Place: Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, Chestnut Hill MA Time: Academic year Description: Come to Boston College for a sabbatical tailored to your needs. The Institute offers a program for the experienced minister. Audit courses of your choice; participate in lectures and workshops designed for spiritual and personal renewal. Enjoy the rich cultural, historical and recreational resouces of the Boston are. Come for nine months or one semester. Housing available at the Sabbatical Program Center. For further information contact Sr. Carol Regan, Coordinator, Boston College, Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry, Dept. S. Chesnut Hill, MA 02167. (617) 552-8440, 800-487-1167 or fax: (617) 552-0811.

MISSOURI

Place: Rockhaven, House Springs, MO Time: September-December 1993; January-April 1994. Description: The Rockhaven Program: A holistic renewal program for and women in religious service who are on sabbatical, in personal transitioning, needing a change of pace. Two 15-week sessions annually beginning the second Monday in September and the second Monday in January. Ten participants, men and women. Homelike, rural setting about 40 minutes from St. Louis. For information or application, call or write: Mary Tobias Hagan, csj, 7621 Rivermont Trail, House Springs, MO 63051. (314) 671-3623.

NEW YORK

Place: Still Point House of Prayer, Stillwater, NY Time: Year-round Description: An inner journey toward a global spirituality -- a holistic approach. Self-designed (or with spiritual director). Environs: 30 acres of woods, pond, meditation park, Native American medicine wheel welcoming house, guest house and hermitages. Life-style: liturgical monastic focus, silence, solitude, the arts. vegetarian diet, the Jesus Prayer, integral yoga -- experience of the micro-church. Options: manual labor, gardening; twice monthly holistic workshops, psychosynthesis counseling, body work. Retreats: guided and directed. Spiritual companionship. Partial scholarships are available. Contact: Sylvia Rosell, OP, Still Point House of Prayer, Rt. 423, Box 53, Stillwaler, NY 12170. (518) 587-4967.

RHODE ISLAND

Place: Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center, Narragansett, RI Time: September 1993-May 1994 Description: Sabbatical on Narragartsett Bay, in a community setting, surrounded by natural beauty and woodland trails. Arranged between September 1993 through May 1994. Design an individual program from courses and retreats offered. Close proximity to historical Newport, Boston, Providence and much more. For information contact: Sharon Canny, Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center, Ocean Road, PO Box 507, Narragansett, RI 02882. (401) 884-7676.

ILLINOIS

Place: Center for Development in Ministry, University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL 60060 Time: June 13-25,1993 Description: 20th summer scripture seminar 1993. Week one: June 13-18: Dr. Walter Brueggemann; Rev. John Donahue, SJ; Rev. Carroll Stuhlmueller, CP; Jean Morman Unsworth. Week two: June 20-24: Rev. Eugene LaVerdiere, SSS; Rev. Donald Senior, CP; Dr. Ellen Davis. Cost: tuition only: $195 per week; tuition, room & board: $375 per week; tuition, room & board: $675 for both weeks. Special liturgies and events, 800 acres with lake and woods, afternoons free, nightly socials, taping, book service. Write or call: Center for Development Ministry, University of St. Mary of the Lake, Mundelein, IL 60060. (708) 566-8290 or (312) 764-6622.

INDIANA

Place: Center for Spirituality, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN Time: June 18-27,1993 Description: Seminar on Carmelite spirituality, "Prayer. The Carmelite Tradition," presented by the Carmelite Forum. Program features lectures and workshops by Kevin Culligan, Keith Egan, Constance Fitzgerald, Kieran Kavanaugh, Ernest Larkin, Vilma Seelaus and John Welch. Opening musical celebration by Paul Gurr. Open to laity, religious and clergy of all faiths. Cost: $150 tuition, $235 room and board. Contact: Sister Rose Anne Schultz, CSC, Center for Spirituality, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN 46556-5001. Telephone: (219) 284-4636.

MICHIGAN

Place: Colombiere Spirituality Center, Clarkston, MI Time: June 23-27,1993 Description: Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola Seminar. The foci in this 12th annual seminar include: the presence and the labor of the Holy Spirit in Christian life; the Spiritual Exercises as an expression of Christian life; and the Spirit as animator of the Exercises. The presenter will be Howard J. Gray, SJ. Fr. Gray is currently director of Tertians and executive director of the Detroit Spirituality Team. The seminar begins Wednesday, June 23 at 7:30 p.m. and concludes Sunday, June 27, at 12:30 p.m. Cost: $220, resident; $170, commuter. Registration deadline: June 18, 1993. For more information contact: Colombiere Center, Program Coordinator, PO Box 139, Clarkston, MI 48347-0139. (313) 625-5611.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Place: The Oratory, Rock Hill, SC Time: Sunday, June 13-Wednesday, June 17, 1993 Description: A summer seminar for theology renewal. The Oratory is offering this update in theology for laity, religious, clergy and teachers. Guest lecturer. Kenan Osborne, OFM. Topic: The Lay Person in Today's Church. Sessions will be late afternoon and early evening with a supper break. Limited rooms with meals available at The Oratory. Tuition: $80, room & board: $105. All facilities air-conditioned. CEUs available. Write: Visions in Faith, The Oratory, PO Box 11586, Rock Hill, SC 29731.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Various locales Time: June 20-26, Oct. 31-Nov . 6 -- St. Louis, MO; July 4-10 -- San Francisco, CA; July 25-31 -- Fairfield, CT; Oct. 24-30 -- Toronto, ON; Australia, Ireland, New Zealand Description: Educational leadership for principals teachers, DREs: The purpose of this workshop is to help each participant develop skills in facilitating learning with children, youth and adults - whether the learning be in a school, church, family, office or the marketplace. Some skills developed in this workshop are: skills in facilitating learning, presentation skills, people-first learning methods, reality-based learning, educating for social change, a team approach to learning, developing Christian leaders, creative teaching. For details contact: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1, 214 S. Meramec Ave., St. Louis, MO 63105. Phone: (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263.

CALIFORNIA

Place: Center for Spiritual Development, Orange, CA Time: June 28-July 2, 1993, Level I; July 19-23, 1993, Level II Description: "Spanish for Gringos" is a powerful, effective training seminar designed for those who lack the time, energy or patience for traditional courses. Level I (Beginners) is designed for those with no Spanish to very nominal acquaintance with the language. Level II (Intermediate) is designed for those with a basic speaking ability in Spanish and who want to expand their vocabulary in health care, parish ministry and teaching. See Retreat or Education and Sabbatical sections. Write or call: Center for Spiritual Development, "Gringos," 434 S. Batavia, Orange, CA 92668-3995. (714) 744-3175.

FLORIDA

Place: Southeast Pastoral Institute, Miami, FL Time: July 11-July 31, 1993 Description: Immersion in Spanish Language and Culture Course, July 11 through July 31, 1993, in Miami, Fla. This course is designed especially for laity, religious, priests and persons interested in the Hispanic people and Hispanic ministry. Write or call for brochure: Southeast Pastoral Institute (SEPI), 2900 SW 87th Ave., Miami, FL 33165. (305) 223-7711.

INDIANA

Place: Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN Time: June 13-20,1993 Description: Espanol Rapido! This class is for all religious and laypeople, including pastoral ministers and social workers, teachers, students or travelers who are serious about learning to speak Spanish. Thanks to recent breakthroughs in how we best learn, you will make huge strides in your Spanish fluency in only seven days. The experience is relaxed, joyful, spontaneous and includes music, imagery, games, role-play, puppets and myths, all woven together to create an unforgettable and remarkably effective learning experience! Beginning and intermediate classes are being taught by expert teachers from Expanded Learning. Contact: Office of Continuing Education, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876; (812) 535-5148.

GUATEMALA

Place: Academia Latinoamericana Mayanse, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala Time: Year-round Description: Academia Latinoamericana Mayanse: Spanish immersion studies in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Situated in beautiful Guatemalan highlands. Other Guatemala study locations possible. $100 weekly for five hours/day, one-on-one Spanish or Maya language instruction. Prices include three meals daily, seven nights private room accommodations with Guatemalan family, broad range of free cultural activities including fiestas, seminars, field trips. Instruction adaptable to various professional needs. Most students learn more in two weeks at ALM than in entire semester college Spanish. For information write or call: ALM/Max Kintner, 3314 Sherwood, Wichita Falls, TX 76308. (817) 696-3319.

MEXICO

Place: Cuernavaca, Mexico Time: July 12-August 6,1993 Description: Conversational Spanish in Cuernavaca, Mexico, with C-L[R]/CLL teachers. July 12-August 6. 1993. A supportive, communicative way to acquire the Mexican culture and language. Live with welcoming host families or choose hotel/apartment accommodations. Cultural excursions and discussions in addition to structured language classes via communicative methods designed to respond to your personal learning needs. Join us in "The City of Eternal Spring" for one of the most enriching language learning experiences you may ever have. Contact: Dr. Patricia Tirone, 501 West 120th St., New York, NY 10027. (212) 678-3668. Fax: (212) 678-4048.

CALIFORNIA

Place: Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA Time: July 12-16,1993 Description: Offering Grief Recovery Institute, certificate program in Hispanic pastoral studies and Asian Pacific Catechetical Institute. One-week institutes focusing on specific pastoral issues and multicultural communities. Faculty: John James; Allan Fiogueroa Deck, SJ; and Irma Isip. Reasonable campus housing and dining available on a Jesuit University campus in southern California with easy access to the Pacific Ocean and the airport. Write: Director, Loyola Marymount University, Center for Pastoral Studies, Loyola Blvd. at W. 80th St., Los Angeles, CA 90045. Call: (310) 338-2799. Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: June 18-July 30, 1993 Description: USF presents a variety of one-week institutes in the City by the Bay. Institutes include: Catholic Spirituality in Global Perspective (John and Denise Carmody); Practical Theology (Robert Kinast); Eco-feminism (Rosemary Ruether); Spirituality of the Historical Jesus (Jerome Murphy-O,Connor, OP); World Religions (Huston Smith). For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Institutes, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601.

MASSACHUSETTS

Place: Assumption College, Worcester, MA Time: June 20-25, 1993 Description: "Christology Today." Jaroslav Pelikan, Yale University, keynoter, "Christ Through the Centuries: Theme and Variations"; Lucien Richard, OMI, Weston School of Theology, daily morning lecturer, "Christology: An invitation to Discipleship"; Anthony Padovano, Ramapo College of New Jersey, "The Christ of Tradition: Christ and Church" and "The Christ of the Future: Non-Violence and Thomas Merton"; Pheme Perkins, Boston College, "New Testament Christology Today"; Monika K. Hellwig, Georgetown University, "Christology: The Naming of the Mystery" and "Christology: The Contemporary Challenge"; Worcester Art Museum, "Images of Christ." Graduate, undergraduate credit; noncredit; CEUs. Write: Dr. Wayne Rollins, Assumption College, 500 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01615-0005. Tel. (508) 752-5615.

ISRAEL

Place: Israel Time: June 23-July 9, 1993 Description: Six graduate credits available for those who meet requirements; Historical Geography of Ancient Israel; Journey of Jesus to Jerusalem. Study tour option (without credit). Please write for brochure: Theology Dept., Providence College, Providence, RI 02918. (401) 865-2274.

CONNECTICUT

Place: Wisdom House, Litchfield, CT Time: July 2-9,1993 Description: Sisters are invited to enjoy summer vacation in the foothills of the Berkshires. Relax in the country with comfortable accommodations, well-balanced meals and large outdoor pool available. Historic Litchfield offers village concerts, fireworks, museums and state parks. Outdoor shrine nearby accessible for liturgy. Wisdom House, 229 E. Litchfield Rd., Litchfield, CT 06759. (203) 567-3163. Fax: (203) 567-3166.

SOUTH AFRICA

Place: South Africa Time: Nov. 5-19,1993 Description: Two-week travel seminar to South Africa: The Struggle to Dismantle Apartheid." Explore the changes taking place today in South Africa, as well as barriers to achieving democracy free of racial discrimination. Look at historical struggle against apartheid, the political and economic dynamics underlying current negotiations, township violence, land issues, health care and education, and the role of the church in the struggle for liberation. Optional one-week extension trip to independent Namibia and Etosha Pan Game Park. Exact cost to be determined in late spring. Contact Joan Moline, Center for Global Education, 731 21st Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55454. (612) 330-1159.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Travel Seminar to Guatemala and Honduras Time: June 12-24.1993 Description: "Indigenous Issues and the North-South Crisis," a 12-day travel seminar exploring the cultural, political, economic and environmental aspects of the lives of indigenous people in both Guatemala and Honduras. Meet face-to-face with people struggling to maintain their cultural identity, including opportunities to hear local people's reflections on the survival of their culture and language in the midst of racism, poverty, colonial heritage and environmental crisis. Sponsored by Incarnate Word College, Peace and Justice Studies Program, but open to any interested individual. Cost: $1,750, including airfare and all expenses from Houston. Contact: Center for Global Education, 731 21st Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55454; (612) 330-1159. Place: Kathmandu, Nepal Times: Oct. 14-Oct. 30, 1993; Bangalore, India: Nov. 4-Nov.20, 1993. Description: Inward Travels offers two retreat/hospitality experiences this fall. Dream of yourself making a retreat in the foothills of the Himalayas drawing upon the richness of Buddhism and Hinduism while living in an environment of a Catholic ashram near Kathmandu, Nepal. Or experience the mystery of India and its cultural and religious diversity through an educational/reflective experience in the garden city of Bangalore, India. Retreat/tours are escorted by Jane Comerford, CSJ, and Joe Conyard, SJ, and are led by local on-site presenters. For more information, phone/write: Inward Travels, Ripley Lane N., Apt. 302, Renton, WA 98056. (206) 226-5474.

ALABAMA

Place: L'Arche Mobile, Mobile, AL Time: Year-round Description: L'Arche Mobile needs live-in assistants to people with a mental handicap. We seek to create communities of peace where adults who are handicapped and those who help them live, work and share their lives together. L'Arche is an International Federation of Christian Communities founded by Jean Vanier. Contact: Martin E. O'Malley, 151 S. Ann St., Mobile, AL 36604.

COLORADO

Place: Vida Volunteers. Various towns of southern Colorado Time: Year-round Description: Volunteer in southern Colorado! Put your faith in action of Justice and social change by working with the disenfranchised in culturally diverse region. Live in intentional community surrounded by the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Join the dynamic, ecumenical Vida Volunteers, a program of service and simplicity. One-year commitment required; basic needs covered by the program (room/board, health insurance, personal stipend, loan deferments, transportation). Volunteers work at homeless shelters, rural hospitals and clinics, underfunded schools, domestic violence centers, community development agencies and more. Contact: Kathy Howe-Kerr, PO Box 984, Alamosa, CO 81101. (719) 589-5192.

NEW YORK

Place: The Children's Center, Bedford Hills Correctional Facility, Bedford Hills, NY Time: June 27-Aug. 26, 1993 Description: The Children's Center summer program needs volunteers to drive the children of inmates to and from the prison and to work in the center with the women and their children (aged 3 to 16). The program is divided into nine one-week segments Sunday-Thursday). Applicants must be at least 21. Room/board provided in NYC area. Please join us for a week or more and reap the rewards. For information please write: Sister Elaine Roulet, Director, 247 Harris Rd., Bedford Hills, NY 10507. Or call: days: (914) 241-3100, ext. 384 or eves: (718) 346-7863.

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: Medical Mission Sisters Compound, Philadelpia, PA Time: July 25..., 1993 Description: WANTED: Committed individuals 21 or older to share themselves full-time for a minimum of one year, with the poor, as members of the Samaritan Lay Missioners Program, affiliated with the Medical Mission Sisters. Many benefits. Orientation begins July 25. Deadline for applications: June 1, 1993. Contact: Marguerite Papineau, MMS, 8400 Pine Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19111. (215) 742-6100.

WASHINGTON

Place: L'Arche Spokane, Spokane, WA Time: Summer and year-round Description: Needed: adventurous people 20 to 60 years of age to be "live-in" assistants in a Christian community living with people with developmental disabilities. Room/board/medical insurance/stipend provided. Days away, retreats, supports. Give a year of your life to living the Beatitudes and discovering the gifts of people with developmental disabilities, and gain a new life perspective. Write or call: Joe Gaffney-Brown, L'Arche Spokane, E. 330 Boone, Spokane, WA 99202. (509) 326-1630.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Tijuana, Mexico, South Bronx, NY; Washington, DC; Los Angeles, CA Time: Approx. 6 weeks: June-August (specific dates for each site TBA) Description: QUEST volunteer program -- summer service opportunities. QUEST, sponsored by the Religious of Jesus and Mary, provides opportunities for lay and religious to live together in Christian community and to collaborate in ministry among the poor and marginalized. Emphasis is on direct service to children and their families through recreational and educational programs. Essential components of community life are daily prayer and simple life-style. Room and board are provided; transportation is responsibility of volunteer. For more information and application write or call: Amy Sheber Howard, QUEST, 3706 Rhode Island Ave., Mt. Rainier, MD 20712; (301) 277-3594.

CALIFORNIA

Place: University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Time: Weekends Description: USF offers three weekend workshops during its 1993 Summer Session in Theology, Spirituality and Pastoral Studies: "Woman and Man God Created Them: Spirituality and Gender" (James and Evelyn Whitehead), June 18-20; The Vision of Karl Rahner, SJ; A Theology for the Future" (William Dych, SJ), June 25-27; "Contemplation and Compassion" (Padraic O'Hare), July 23-25. For information, write: Fr. Francis J. Buckley, SJ, Workshops, Campion D-2, USF, Box B, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080. Or call: (415) 666-6601.

INDIANA

Place: Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN Time: June-July 1993 Description: Beginning Japanese, June 24-July 1, is an intensive, rapid-learning program designed for the beginner and includes 50 hours of instruction. Computer Literacy, July 5-9, offers instruction and experience for beginners in WordPerfect, Supercalc and Dbase III Plus. Basic Enneagram, July 26-27, explores the fundamentals of this personality system and presents information and skills for discovering more about yourself and others. Presented by Cathie Rodefer. Exploring the Drama of Dreams, July 30-Aug. 1, focuses on analyzing the nature, structure and dynamics of dreams and their mysterious messages. Presented by Olga Wittekind, OSF. Contact: Office of Continuing Education, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876; (812) 535-5148.

LOUISIANA

Place: Loyola's Institute for Ministry, New Orleans, LA Time: June July 17, 1993 Description: "The Liturgical Drama of Entrance and Departure," June 18-19 (Ron Noecker, MDiv, MA); "Women's Voice in the Future Church" June 25-26 (Pauline Turner, DMin, and Bernard Cooke, PhD); "New Challenges of an Evolving U.S. Hispanic Ministry," July 9-10 Yolanda Taranga, CCVI); "The Theology of Vatican II," July 16-17 (Bernard Cooke, Phd). All workshops worth one graduate credit hour each or for noncredit. Fridays, 7-10 p.m. and Saturdays, 9-5 p.m. Re: housing, registration, tuition discount and for free LIM video, contact: LIM, Box 67, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118. 1-800-777-5469.

NEW YORK

Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: Aug. 6-11, 1993 Description: Intensive Journal Workshop I: Aug. 6-8, Workshop H: Aug. 8-9, Workshop III: Aug. 10-11. Two workshops: $215. Three workshops: $315. Room/board: $45 per night. Day hop no meals: $10. Day hop with lunch $18. Day hop with lunch/dinner: $26. Deposits: $35 for each workshop. $25 for overnight accommodations, both are nonrefundable. The Intensive Journal Retreat can be experienced in any one segment provided the previous workshop has been taken or two or three can be taken over the five-day period. Workshop 1: Life Context, $125. Workshop II: Depth Contact, $115. Workshop III: Life Integration $115. Presenter: Annette Covatte. Write or call: Retreat Director, Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471 (718) 549-6500. Place: Passionist Spiritual Center, Bronx, NY Time: July 23-25, 1993 Description: Twelve Step Spiritual Direction Workshop. Here is an opportunity for those who provide spiritual guidance and/or those using the Twelve Steps as a process for spiritual growth to learn how the Step can work in spiritual direction. Sessions will examine the contribution of the addiction-recovery movement to sharpening our understanding of the dynamics of sin and grace, and how each of the Twelve Steps can be used to deepen our experience of conversion. Participants will learn several ways in which the Twelve Steps can explicitly or implicitly contribute to the process of spiritual direction. Resource packet including worksheets for each of the Twelve Steps to be provided. Registration Fri. 4 p.m. on. Supper 6:30 p.m. Program ends Sunday with lunch. Presenter: Philip St. Romain. Cost $135. Write or call: Passionist Spiritual Center, 5801 Palisade Ave., Bronx, NY 10471 (718) 549-6500. Place: Maryknoll, NY Time: Aug. 1-13, 1993 Description: Training in spiritual direction which focuses on the process of the inner journey to find the reign of God within and leads toward wholeness. It helps the participants deal with addictive behaviors and heal the inner child. It is based on Jungian psychology and Assagioli's psychosynthesis. Individual and group sessions provide input for understanding and continuing the spiritual journey. Journaling, drawing, dream work and guided imagery are some of the techniques used. The workshop is open to beginners or advanced travelers and/or spiritual directors. For brochure/application write or call: Rev. John Rich, MM, Box 305, Maryknoll, NY 10545. (914) 941-7590. Place: Bailey Farms, Ossining, NY Time: Aug. 25-29,1993 Description: Awakenings: The New School for Women's Spirituality .A.A. a communal experience in spirituality, justice-making and the arts, expressive of women's emerging consciousness. Awakenings core areas of exploration include: reclaiming the feminine divine, mythology of women, women's ritual and prayer, psychology of women, ecofeminism. Awakenings is suitable for those committed to: the empowerment of women, a deepening personal self-discovery, alternative possibilities, a diversity of prayer styles and rituals, communal experience and responsibility, the affirmation of creativity, an evolving human/divine relationship, a reevaluation and revisioning of culture. Contact: Bernice Marie-Daly Director, 57 Willowbrock Lane. New Canaan, CT 06840. (203) 661-5312.

Workshops

OHIO

Place: Xavier University. Cincinnati, OH Time: May 17-Aug. 12,1993 Description: 1993 summer sessions bulletin of classes and workshops now available. Over 50 workshops and 300 courses are scheduled throughout the summer on weekdays, evenings and weekends. Undergraduate and graduate courses offered in areas of arts and sciences, business. education, Montessori, professional studies, religion and social sciences. Campus housing available. For your copy of bulletin or for more information call/write: Xavier University, Summer Sessions, 3800 Victory Pkwy., Cincinnati, OH 45207-3123. (513) 745-4381.

PENNSYLVANIA

Place: IAM Counseling and Retreat Center, New Albany, PA Time: Year-round Description: The IAM Center is located on an old dairy farm in the beautiful Endless Mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania. We offer a wide variety of programs integrating the psychological work of inner healing with creativity and spirituality within the Judeo-Christian tradition. Some offerings are: Creation Days, April 3 and June 5. Passover/Easter, April 8-11. Child Within, May 28-31. Clergy Retreat, June 21-25. Directed Retreat, July 23-30. Relationships, Sept. 3-6. Halloween; Laughing at Your Demons, Oct. 29-31. Write or call: IAM Counseling Center, RR 1, Box 75, New Albany, PA 18833.(717) 363-2808. Place: College Misericordia, Dallas, PA Time: June 10-19,1993 Description: "Aging Religious: Our Responsibility," sixteenth annual workshop for those working in retirement homes or programs for the aging in our religious communities. to be held June 10-19, 1993, in three formats: pre-conference (June 10-12), conference (June 12-18) and post-conference (June 18-19). For details and registration, contact: Institute of Gerontology, College Misericordia, Dallas, PA 18612-1098; phone: (717) 675-3862 or toll-free 1-800-852-7675, ext. 289.

TEXAS

Place: Direction Ministries, San Antonio, TX Time: July 26-Aug. 11, 1993 Description: Intensive 17-day Spiritual Direction Workshop integrates academic with experiential; focus upon the dynamics of spiritualization process. In traditions of classic spiritual masters and contemporary authors. Presented 1977 to 1987 at Christian Holiday House, Oblate Center of Spirituality in Dickinson, Texas, now in San Antonio, Texas, July 26-Aug. 11 inclusive. In past, good mixture of lay, religious, priests, participants from as far away as Ireland, Scotland, England, Canada. Serves beginners, as well as seasoned directors. Limited to 21 participants (private room, shared bath). Two letters of recommendation required. Write/call: Direction Ministries, 334 W. Kings Hwy., San Antonio, TX 78212. Or call: (210) 732-8024.

VARIOUS LOCALES

Place: Various locales Time: June 20-26, Oct. 31-Nov. 6 -- St. Louis, MO; July 4-10, San Francisco, CA; July 25-31 -- Fairfield, CT; Oct. 24-30 -- Toronto, ON; Australia, Ireland, New Zealand Description: Team leadership for pastors, pastoral ministers: The leader of a team helps the team set goals, develop policies, allocate resources, get a job done. Some skills developed in this workshop are: design skills -- so meetings deal with the right issues, with the right people, using the right processes; facilitation skills -- so meetings run smoothly. stay on task and members feel heard; evaluation skills -- so meetings can be assessed and improved throughout the year. Over 10,000 individuals and 1,200 organizations have participated in these programs. For details contact: Dr. Joseph Connolly, #1 Communication Center, 214 S. Meramec, St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263. Place: Various locales Time: June 20-26, Oct. 31-Nov. 6 -- St. Louis, MO; July 4-10, San Francisco, CA; July 25-31 -- Fairfield, CT; Oct. 24-30 -- Toronto, ON; Australia, Ireland, New Zealand Description: For people committed to peace, justice and human rights: At some moment in Christ's life, he decided to become a leader. He left home to go public, to take a stand! At 30 years of age, he had seem enough of poverty, injustice and hypocrisy! His time had come to lead! The question is: Hasn't our time come to be more courageous, skillful leaders in our churches, schools, communities, country? If our answer is "yes." the 25th annual workshops in effective group leadership can help. Contact: Dr. Joseph Connolly, Communication Center #1, 214-D S. Meramec, St. Louis, MO 63105. (314) 863-7267. Fax: (314) 863-7263.
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