The Power of Mary Magdelene

Online Series with Carolyn Kolovitz

When:  3 Saturdays – Oct 2, 9, and 16

(registration open for Oct 9 and Oct 16)

Time:   10:00 – 11:15 am

Where: Online via Zoom

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About The Class

A retreat series using art, music, guided reflection and imaginative prayer to reclaim the powerful female essence of Spirit with Mary Magdalene ‘the apostle to the apostles’ as our guide. Drawing on the canonical gospels as well as other early Christian writings, Mary Magdalene has much to teach us about the inward act of spiritual transformation and claiming our own authority.

Prerequisites

 

  • Internet capability to access Zoom video conferencing and basic understanding of Zoom.

How It Works

All sessions are Saturdays from 10:00 – 11:15 am  via Zoom. (You can attend even if you’re away! Unless of course the wi-fi is bad, in which case you can watch a recording of the session at your convenience.)

Register for the class using the button below. You’ll receive a confirmation at the end of registering.

One participant per registration, so everyone has their own screen to be able to participate fully.

A Zoom link, password, and other essential information will be emailed to you by the Friday before each Saturday session.

 

Registration -

$25 for individual sessions.  (registration is closed for Oct 2)

(Recordings will be available for paid registrants who are unable to attend.)


 

Payment options:
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Carolyn Kolovitz

Instructor

Carolyn’s life work is accompanying people through life transitions. Whether working with tween girls transitioning into womanhood, young adults embarking on new career or relationship paths, people at midlife feeling stuck on autopilot, or the dying as they review their lives and let go of the earthly realm – Carolyn focuses on self-compassion and connecting people to what brings the most meaning to their lives.

Carolyn often uses her professional and personal background in trauma-related issues when she taps people into their inner wisdom and self-compassion. This background informs Carolyn’s faith in the wisdom and resiliency of the human spirit.

Questions?

Call
651-641-0008
(leave a message for a call back)

Or email us at info@loyolaspiritualitycenter.org