GRACE & GRATITUDE THROUGH GRIEF
A Day of Reflection with Madeleine Lane, SSND
Shrine Visitors Center
Monday, March 18
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
How should we live knowing we and all we love will one day die?
In the presence of such grief, how do we live with gratitude?
These questions will guide our time together as we discuss “Grace and Gratitude in the Grief of Our Everyday Lives.”
Letting go is a natural part of life. This lesson may come to us through death or through smaller losses such as the end of a relationship or loss of a job. Grief and loss are invitations to find gratitude and abundance through grace. When we open ourselves to the pain, we encounter an opportunity for deeper love through our grief.
Our day will include input, sharing, and quite time for reflection.
Madeleine Lane, SSND, MA, LMFT, is a School Sisters of Notre Dame and licensed clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. She has 40 years of experience in education, spiritual direction, and counseling. She has degrees in education, pastoral counseling, and spiritual direction, as well as advanced degrees in marriage and family therapy. In addition to providing spiritual direction and therapy, Lane serves as a retreat leader, guest speaker, facilitator, and workshop leader throughout the United States. She also has been an adjunct professor with Creighton University’s International Spirituality Graduate Program and Aquinas Institute of Theology.