Please fill out the registration form and mail in your payment for one or more of these courses.
Workshop with Paul Coutinho
June 18, 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
This day of reflection will explore the different paths that are available to live in the ocean of God’s Love and Divine Life.
Chaos, the Source of Wisdom: Psychospirituality for Living the Fullness of Life
Three mornings with Paul Coutinho
June 19, 20, 21; 9 a.m. to noon
Carl Jung, the great psychologist, believed that every psychological problem needs a spiritual solution. Coutinho believes that every human situation needs a spirituality for effective and lasting solutions. This course will offer tools that will help us in our ministry at home, community and especially in helping ministries such as education, social work, and nursing.
Mindfulness in the Service of One’s Relationship with God and Prayer
Two afternoons with Sister Jeannine O’Kane, IHM
June 19 and 20, 1 to 3 p.m.
An examination of how the psychological concepts of mindfulness can enhance one’s spiritual life.
About Our Presenters
Paul Coutinho is a recognized international Ignatian scholar and speaker who blends Eastern spirituality and psychology. He leads regular workshops and retreats that respond to the heart’s relentless quest for the Divine and a desire to live the fullness of life. He has done doctoral studies in psychology and has a doctorate in historical theology from Saint Louis University. Paul is the author of several books, including his latest, Sacred Darkness: Encountering Divine Love in Life’s Darkest Places.
Sister Jeannine O’Kane, IHM is a nationally certified, Pennsylvania-licensed counselor who is the coordinator of Immaculata University’s M.A. program in Counseling Psychology. Sister earned master’s degrees in religious studies from St. Charles Seminary; in counseling psychology from Immaculata University; and in human development from Fordham University where she also completed a Ph.D. in applied human development. She completed a certification program for spiritual directors at the New York Archdiocesan Spirituality Center in Rye, New York. Sister’s interests include the integration of spirituality and counseling.