Easter In Memory Of Her

The Story of Easter… Told By The Women Who Were There. Each year on Holy Saturday, Brigid’s Place invites you to Easter in Memory of Her, an innovative service of music and mediation that celebrates the voices of the women who loved Jesus — Mary the Mother, the woman at the well, the woman who anointed Jesus, Mary of Bethany, and Mary Magdalene. The service imagines the thoughts and prayers of the women surrounding Jesus and blends them with the music performed by singers from the Houston Chamber Choir and words written by Rice University professor April DeConick and Cathedral Canon Betty Adam.

Making and Consulting Your SoulCollage® Cards

Are you a SoulCollager? Looking to enhance your SoulCollage® Experience? Brigid's Place and Deborah Lindeen with SoulScape Counseling are pleased to invite you to join us in this Class on Making and Consulting your SoulCollage® Cards. SoulCollage® is a process by which each of us can define his or her own unique soul’s purpose. The process is simple--by combining beautiful images from magazines using your intuition, you create a deck of cards which

Anam Cara – Ongoing Women’s Group

Anam Cara An Ongoing Women's Group of Brigid's Place, Houston We will meet at Christ Church Cathedral on the First Monday evening of Each Month.   Join us as we Birth a new Women's Spirituality Group at Brigid's Place. Our first session will be a time to meet one another and to learn what it means to be a soul friend.  We are Women joining together, opening our hearts to one

St. Brigid’s Day Celebration

Join Brigid's Place as we celebrate Brigid's Feast Day January 29, 2017 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon Mellinger Room, Christ Church Cathedral St. Brigid of Kildare is a woman Saint, shrouded in mystery.  Known for her generosity and radical hospitality, Brigid crosses time and space to be present with us now as we weave our stories of faith. Join us January 29th as we tell the stories of her life and

SoulCollage® Reading Cards Series: Class 1

Are you a SoulCollager? Looking to enhance your SoulCollage® experience? Brigid's Place and Deborah Lindeen with SoulScape Counseling are pleased to invite you to join us in this SoulCollage® Card Reading Class Series. General Information: Participants are invited to bring as many cards as they currently have, but will not be excluded from participation if they don't have any cards.  We will work together to present the powerful concept of reading

The Call of Advent- A Quiet Day of Prayer with Kathleen Church

The Call of Advent Quiet Day of Prayer Saturday, November 19, 2016 Mellinger Room, Christ Church Cathedral Presented by Brigid's Place and Kathleen Church Register Now   or . Kathleen E. Church, LCSW is a psychotherapist and spiritual director in private practice in Houston. She holds M.A’s from Fordham University in Clinical Social Work and from Boston College in Pastoral Counseling. In addition to her private psychotherapy practice, Kathy enjoys

Mary Magdalene Feast Day Celebration

The Apostle to the Apostles The First Witness of Divine Mercy The Eye Witness to the Resurrection   The repentant sinner? A prostitute? The bearer of Jesus's children? Or one of the original bearers of Jesus's love to the world? Pope Francis has declared that Mary Magdalene's annual observation will henceforth be a full feast day on the Roman Catholic Church calendar... and we look forward to celebrating Mary Magdalene in

SoulCollage™ Class & workshop

SoulCollage™ Class & Workshop S with Deborah Lindeen || A tangible way to know yourself in your diversity and depth

Through the Dark Woods: Dante in Art and Music

Saturday, February 27 at 7 pm Cullen Hall, St. Thomas University $35.00 A multi-media journey through Dante'sThe Divine Comedy, featuring eleven centuries of music and art, including Michelangelo, Botticelli, Dore, Rossetti , Gregorian plainchant, Medieval Cantigas, and gorgeous works by Schubert, Gounod, Ysaye and Arvo Part, performed by Julija Zibrat, violin and Kayleen Asbo, piano Audience members have raved: “There really aren’t words for what this offers, but I’ll try: pure passion”

Dark Nights of the Soul: Jung, Dante and the Red Book

Friday, February 26 at 7 pm The Jung Center $15 members/$20 general admission How can art help guide us through periods of difficulty and transformation? In the middle of death, disaster and despair, Dante created a map for his own inner transformation by penning The Divine Comedy. Seven hundred years later, Dante’s work served as inspiration for C. G. Jung’s own imaginal process of healing and revelation that ultimately became The Red Book.