Mary Esther

Many years ago, before I was part of the circle, I was seeing Marie for weekly talks.  I was going through some difficult times spiritually.  She kept at me to join the women’s circle, thinking that it would ease...

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Andrea D.

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Sandra T.

One of my strongest memories of Sacred Threads was at the most recent Remembrance Event. I had just lost my Mom, and my best friend had lost her Aunt, with whom she was very close, so we decided to...

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E.M.B.

I have always felt the need to grow as I journey on my life's path.  My book club friends stimulate my mind and broaden my horizons.  My circle of friends in Sacred Threads expands my soul, enriches my spirit...

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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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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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