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

Ten Thousand Villages – Brigid’s Place Shopping Night

Ten Thousand Villages Brigid's Place Shopping Night Monday November 14, 2016 6:00pm-8:00pm Join us for a night of Holiday Shopping to benefit Brigid's Place. Visit with Friends while finding the perfect gift or Holiday Decor. Ten Thousand Villages in Rice Village 2424A Rice Boulevard, Houston, TX 77005 713-533-1000 15% OF SALES WILL BE DONATED TO BRIGID'S PLACE* *If you shop before 6pm on November 14, please mention Brigid's Place, and any purchases

SoulCollage™ Class & workshop

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

ONE NIGHT ONLY: Ink & Honey Meet the Author

Sisterhood. Sacred Life Art. Sacrament. Service. Ink and Honey is the story of a sacred journey through the medieval French countryside with the sisters of Belle Cœur, a community of radically independent healers, visionaries, mystics and artisans who live by their wits and their prayers. Goscelin, the dedicated scribe, records her sisterhood’s stories, visions and prophecies in her community’s journal while surrounded by holy madness, suspicion and the imminent threat of

Traditional Prayer to Saint Brigid

Saint Brigid. You were a woman of peace. You brought harmony where there was conflict. You brought light to the darkness. You brought hope to the downcast. May the mantle of your peace cover those who are troubled and anxious, and may peace be firmly rooted in our hearts and in our world. Inspire us to act justly and to reverence all God has made. Brigid you were a voice for

Brigid’s Hearth Keeper Prayer

Brigid of the Mantle, encompass us, Lady of the Lambs, protect us, Keeper of the Hearth, kindle us. Beneath your mantle, gather us, And restore us to memory. Mothers of our mother, Foremothers strong. Guide our hands in yours, Remind us how to kindle the hearth. To keep it bright, to preserve the flame. Your hands upon ours, Our hands within yours, To kindle the light, Both day and night. The

“Ink & Honey” Women’s 6-Week Study Group

Sisterhood. Sacred Life Art. Sacrament. Service. Ink and Honey is the story of a sacred journey through the medieval French countryside with the sisters of Belle Cœur, a community of radically independent healers, visionaries, mystics and artisans who live by their wits and their prayers. Goscelin, the dedicated scribe, records her sisterhood’s stories, visions and prophecies in her community’s journal while surrounded by holy madness, suspicion and the imminent threat of

The Soul’s Journey

The Divine Comedy as Map for Healing, Health and Wholeness Sunday, February 28 Christ Church Cathedral, 10:00 am & 7:00 pm No charge

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.