St. Teresa of Calcutta, (“Mother Teresa”), revered for her tireless work with the sick and dying, offered a short writing called “A Simple Path” to describe her mission and approach to caring for others. She named the qualities of silence, prayer, faith, love, service, and peace as integral to the work of caring, believing that
practicing any of these qualities leads naturally into the others in a life-enhancing process of transformation. As caregivers, we know that there are many physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges to be met as we journey alongside and care for those we love.
In this six-week workshop and support group, we will explore the concepts named for us by Mother Teresa. We will also find validation, renewal, and support for dealing with the difficult yet vital tasks of caregiving.
Six Saturdays: April 6, 13, 20, and 27 May 4, and 11, 2024
10:00am – 11:30am Cost: $90 for the series
This is a virtual retreat offered via Zoom. A basic familiarity with Zoom is expected of participants.
Gloria Alt is a spiritual director, grief companion, and workshop presenter
living near Madison, Wisconsin. She learned first-hand about caregiving during her late husband’s 20-year battle with Parkinson’s disease and dementia. Gloria continues to develop skills in caregiving, dying, death, and bereavement in the graduate program in Thanatology at Edgewood College in Madison.
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Please note a minimum of one week’s notice is needed for all reservation requests.