About the Event
Life can not be without water. From Saint Francis canticle of the creatures, we will do activities around water through all religions. We will create a personal prayer using authentic materials from the 12th and 13th century in the format of an illuminated page. There will be creative ideas on display throughout the weekend. You are welcome to use the material provided and create a piece of prayer art at your own pace.
During these uncertain times, We are offering a sliding scale. Choose the cost that best suits your needs. Costs for the weekend:
$250 per person
$215 per person
$180 per person
Meals are included (Friday evening dinner at 7:00 pm and follow by Friday Evening Prayer at 8:00 pm).
Check in start Friday, July 16 between 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Departure on Sunday, July 18 at 1:00 pm.
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Please contact Kateri at firstname.lastname@example.org, text and call at 925-785-9850 for more information regarding spiritual direction.
About the Presenter(s)Joan Clair DiStefano, OFS
Joan is a former Adjunct Professor GTU, Berkeley, Religion and Art, Additional Education Loyola Marymount Los Angeles, REC credit, 2020. St. Joseph of Arimethia Anglican Seminary Berkeley, CA, Summer Seminary, 2018. She has many other Academic accreditations. She’s been a professed Secular Franciscan for many years and is creative in many different art mediums.
Video grant from Viacom, for the making of a video entitled : We Are Punished Too. Documentary concerning the families of incarcerated inmates.
Book in progress, Today I Found an Angel, the Abbey of Gethsemani, and the project to restore their historic stained glass windows.
Along with Joan’s many accomplishments, she owns her on business. Distefano Studio, an award winning full service stained glass and mosaic studio since 1978.