In today’s world of isolation, we feel a call in our hearts to create connections of love and hope. Join us as we deepen our relationship with the Creator and all of creation in a day of discovery, play, reflection and inspiration. This three-hour program will include online prayer and discussion, and offline reflecting, including an invitation to interact with nature in your own environment. This is a collaborative event with the FSPA Ecological Advocacy Team, Marywood Franciscan Spirituality Center in Arbor Vitae, Wisconsin; Prairiewoods Franciscan Spirituality Center in Hiawatha, Iowa; and the Franciscan Spirituality Center in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
About the Presenters
Angie Pierce Jennings is the hosted groups and hospitality coordinator at Prairiewoods. She is a people person, a lover of nature, an outdoorswoman and an advocate for education and environmental sustainability.
August Stolba is the land care and holistic ecology coordinator at Prairiewoods. As a design ecologist, August focuses his energy on the anthropogenic factors that affect social, economic and environmental sustainability.
Meg Earsley, FSPA, is ministering at Marywood during her Apostolic year as a novice with the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. She is a Laudato Si’ Animator (a champion of Catholic action on climate change) and is enthusiastic about sharing the beauty and interconnectedness of creation with others.
Sarah Hennessey, FSPA, is a spiritual director on staff at the Franciscan Spirituality Center in La Crosse and a member of the FSPA Ecospirituality Committee, deeply committed to environmental efforts.
Visit event co-host, the Franciscan Spirituality Center, to register.