September 23, 2019 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
An Evening of Reflection for Women
St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta vowed to a life of chastity, poverty and obedience and to give "wholehearted free service to the poorest of the poor" as founder and member of the Missionaries of Charity. Her charitable works of love, selflessness, and activism both challenged and brought peace to the world. Pope John Paul II once asked, "Where did Mother Teresa find the strength and perseverance to place herself completely at the service of others? She found it in prayer and in the silent contemplation of Jesus Christ, His Holy Face, His Sacred Heart."
Draw into the silence and serenity of Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House. Come reflect in prayer and in communion with other women on the life of St. Mother Teresa and how her ~ and your ~ actions and love for others embody the Heart of Jesus.
Program Cost: $35.00 (includes Dinner)
Mary McKeon is a member of Bellarmine's ministry staff, a spiritual director, and coordinator of women's ministry. Mary is a graduate of Marquette University. She taught school in Milwaukee's inner city before moving to Washington, DC to work for the United States Senate. She and her late husband have a daughter, son-in-law, granddaughter, and three grandsons who are the joy of her life. Mary received her training as a spiritual/retreat director at the Jesuits' Manresa Retreat House in Bloomfield Hills, MI, where she served on the ministry team and became their first Director of Women's Ministry. In 2014, Mary was the second person to be honored with Manresa's Lifetime Achievement Award.