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Thursday, October 10

Still Beloved After All These Years

Speaker: Lynn Ann Reesman

How have I discovered who I am and whose I am? How has that changed over time? How have I been called and am I being called to give my life away? Might I Lynn Ann Reesman oct 2019dare find it in my heart to give my death away too? What might that mean? What can move me through this life journey, particularly the second half of life, with integrity, hope and joy? Reflect upon and rejoice in the path for fullness of life as we consider some tantalizing commandments for the long haul that lead us to the depth, wholeness and holiness, accompanied each step of the way by the One Who Loves Us more than we can ask or imagine.

Lynn Ann Reesman is a wife, mother of six, gr andmother of thr ee, an educator, former director of adult ministry at St. Gabriel Parish in Hubertus, WI, retreat facilitator and spiritual director. She has been an educator for over 30 years and served in Milwaukee Public Schools and Catholic Schools as a teacher, reading specialist and principal. She teaches for the Sustaining the Mission program through Cardinal Stritch University, conducts retreats and accompanies others in their lives of faith as a spiritual director. Her love for Ignation spirituality was nurtured over the past 40 years at Gesu Parish, the Jesuit Retreat House on Lake Winnebago, Marquette and Creighton. In addition to her education degrees, she holds an M.A.P.A. degree in Pastoral Studies from St. Francis Seminary, an M.A. in Christian Spirituality and a certificate in spiritual direction from Creigton.

 Felician Sisters Convent

3800 W. Peterson Ave. (Back Entrance -- follow signs)

Morning session 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. A light breakfast provided

Evening session 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm. Evening refreshments provided

Each session contains the same material - please attend the one most convenient for you.

Cost is $10/session.

Please register with with Mary Kelly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 847-800-5654 or online here.

We encourage preregistration for planning purposes but WALK-INS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!


“Communion, Conversion and Solidarity: How the history and treatment of migration in the Catholic tradition can inspire our Lives” 

Queen of All Saints Basilica
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Chicago, Illinois 60646
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