Becoming a Woman of Faith - Spring 2017

Lila Crotty • Mon, Feb 6 2017 at 3:19pm
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Spring 2017 Offerings

The following series of inspirational talks is intended to uplift and provide hope for women so that they may better fulfill the various roles in their lives.  

Thursday, March 16, 2017, 9:30am-11:30am – Dorinda Bordlee

The Genius of Women and the Mission of Men: How Authentic Feminism Can Rebuild a Culture of Life

Learn about Saint John Paul II's beautiful teaching of how to dispel the myths of self-sufficiency at the heart of radical feminism and a masculinity that forgets its vocation to protect and provide.  Dorinda will share her experience in pro-life law and policy and share the Church's resources that help us embrace the truth of who men and women were created to be to themselves and each other in our roles as parents, spouses, workers and advocates for life.

As a wife and mother, Dorinda Bordlee is an advocate for human rights from the beginning of life to the end. She is chief counsel of the Bioethics Defense Fund, a pro-life public interest legal organization.

Thursday, April 6, 2017, 9:30am-11:30am – Judy Klein

Mary's Way: The Power of Entrusting Your Child to God

How do you walk with your children during times of struggle and crisis? Do you feel as if nothing you do will be enough?Where do you find peace?  Her heartfelt book Mary’s Way:  The Power of Entrusting Your Child to God is for moms who struggle to guide children through the various stages of their lives.  Catholic speaker and teacher Judy Landrieu Klein shows how her own crisis of faith helped her release her children to the care of the Blessed Mother. As Klein focused on her devotion to the Blessed Mother, her life and faith were transformed. Klein shows you how to find the love, joy, and peace of Our Lord as you surrender your will to Him.

Judy Klein is a Catholic theologian, author, and inspirational speaker. She is also the founder of Memorare Ministries dedicated to bringing a message of hope and encouragement to those who are suffering.  Her book Miracle Man describes the challenges of the deathbed conversion of her first husband Bernie and her own faith journey.  She also blogs at Aleteia and CatholicMom.com.

 

Light refreshments will be served after each session.

Registration is required.  Choose which session(s) you would like to attend.  Space is limited.  The stipend for each session is $20.

To reserve your place, email Susan Halligan at shalligan@arch-no.org or call (504)267-9604

or Register online at retreats.arch-no.org

All sessions will be held at the Archdiocese of New Orleans Retreat Center, 5500 St. Mary Street, Metairie, LA  70006

***Bring a friend !***