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The Gift and Grace of God’s Compassion on Zoom
January 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Compassion means ‘suffering with.’ Deep within our experience of compassion lies a most intimate and essential gift from God. Through our experience of love and transformation by God’s loving presence, we become empowered as ‘carriers of God’s compassion’ for others and our earth home. We can experience a profound union as an outpouring of this grace and gift of compassion within the reality of our lives with God, others, and all of creation. The richness and grace of God’s compassion can become a vital life-giving ‘charism’ for all of us in today’s world.
Time will be available for brief reflection, sharing within small groups, and opportunities for questions.
About the Presenter:
Virginia Blass, D.Min., M.A., M. Ed. is an experienced spiritual director, preacher, retreat master, teacher, and author. Her training and specialization in The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, with her rich experiences in special education, counseling, and accompaniment of family members in their senior years, is evident in her wisdom and writing. She gracefully integrates aspects of our spiritual journey with scripture, personal stories of transformation, insights from theologians, and the discipline of clinical psychology. She continues to offer programs at Our Lady of Calvary Retreat Center in Farmington, Ct. She is a member of Spiritual Directors International, a lay member of the Passionist Preaching Mission of the St. Paul of the Cross Province, and a long-time collaborator in ministry with the USA Northeast Province of Jesuits.
Her recent book, Experiencing God’s Compassion, was published in August of 2022 by Paulist Press. She presently resides in New Hampshire.
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