H.O.

My involvement with Sacred Threads began with an informal meeting of 10 or so women in a small town setting. The group was gently guided by Rosemary Mulvihill. I personally have always thought of myself as a spiritual person...

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Susan

It’s not a single presentation but rather two aspects of the experience of Sacred Threads offerings that stand out for me. First, each one of Sacred Threads’ programs have been interesting, often mind- and heart-expanding, and always of quality...

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Cathy C.

As one who has had the privilege of being part of the many opportunities afforded by Sacred Threads, I was particularly moved at the presentation by Sr. Joan Chittister. During her first visit, I think I was too astounded...

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E.B.G.

Margaret Silf provided a sacred image that has remained in my heart since I heard her describe it. Speaking of the inherent kinship among humankind, she admitted the difficulty of loving all people of any ethnicity, race, gender, and...

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Broken Dreams and New Hope

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Retreat Day for Women

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Katie Spillman

Sacred Silence. This is a hard thing to find in life when I am juggling being a wife, a mom to three littles, and working part-time. I crave the monthly Sacred Threads moms' circle gathering, not only because I have...

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Rosemary Mulvihill

Whenever I sit with a struggling spouse, an overwhelmed mother, a grieving daughter, a transgender person, a young student or whoever might walk through the door, I so often find my heart seared by their pain. Many of their...

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Maria DiLorenzo

Several years ago, I was asked to lead a program for Sacred Threads in its early stages, and as a lay woman in her 30s, I felt  that I couldn't possibly offer much to a group of attendees. Yet,...

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Maggie Ferrara

How we communicate with Dignity should be an important aspect of our existence. Sacred Threads has succeeded in presenting many effective speakers, one of whom was Donna Hicks, Ph.D. Dr. Hicks’ book, Dignity, writes and speaks of the “Ten...

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