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With tremendous demands on our time, how do we, as busy people, care for ourselves? How do we nurture and renew ourselves in the midst of the craziness? Care for yourself by joining spiritual directors Liz Tassone, Joyce Keeshin, and Douglas Argue for a mini-retreat. By appealing to the five senses – sound/muisc; sight/icons; touch/prayer beads and sgtones; smell/incense; and taste/wine and bread – you will find practical tips to bring nourishment into your daily life.
Join us at the cathedral for this offering on Saturday, October 15, from 9:00 am to noon. All are welcome, but registration is required. Please register at the church reception desk or by email Canon Sherilyn Pearce.
Since 1817, Christ Church Cathedral has provided needed ministries to its neighbors. What once was a cluster of tenements and single-family dwellings, downtown Cincinnati is now the heart of the business community — even with its returning residential base. With the establishment of the Cathedral Center for Spirituality, the cathedral, as it has since its founding, continues to meet the needs of those who live and work nearby.
Offering spiritual direction, education programs, and retreats to help those interested in better understanding and responding to the presence of God in their lives, the Cathedral Center for Spirituality is designed to serve as a fundamental resource to guide individuals on their spiritual journeys. It is a place where mindfulness, centeredness, and holistic living is promoted and taught.
“The aim of the Cathedral Center for Spirituality is to promote spiritual wholeness within individuals so that a person can be holistically present to others and the world at large,” says the Rev. Canon Manoj Zacharia, sub-dean of Christ Church Cathedral who spearheaded the development of the center.
The Cathedral Center for Spirituality also offers spiritual direction by appointment.
For more information about the center or spiritual direction, contact Canon Manoj Zacharia.
PASTORAL CARE AND RETREATS
Pastoral care is available upon request, while spiritual retreats centered on wholeness are offered on a periodic basis. Contact the Rev. Canon Sherilyn Pearce for more information.