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2020 Spring Formation Day

Teach Us How to Pray: A Workshop on Meditation, Contemplation and Prayer Journaling

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Debra Weldon,  UD Alumna and Creator of "Thoughts of a Crazy Woman" Blog 

Date: Saturday, March 7, 2020 | 9 a.m. – Noon
Location: University of Dallas, SB Hall, Serafy Room (138)

About "Teach Us How to Pray: A Workshop on Meditation, Contemplation and Prayer Journaling"...

Join the Neuhoff School of Ministry for a morning of spiritual reflection on prayer!

Debra's blog "Thoughts of a Crazy Woman," focuses on Christian spritual growth with topics related to the tension between our culture and Scripture. This workshop will include lectures on meditation, contemplation, and prayer journaling as ways to enrich our practice of prayer, as well, as time for practicing these types of prayer. 

RSVP as space is limited!

 

About Debra Weldon

Debra Weldon is a retired real estate lawyer who is passionate about teaching people about the joy of a deeper relationship with God.  Having studied with the Carmelites and the Jesuits, she now studies as a lay member of the Order of Preachers (also known as the Dominicans).

Her blog, “Thoughts of a Crazy Woman,” focuses on Christian spiritual growth, highlighting various topics related to the tension between our culture and Scripture. Debra is also known for her work on Dallas/Ft. Worth's Radio Xavier, where she delivered weekly reflections during the two-hour Catholic radio show. Debra is an alumni of the University of Dallas College of Business and will complete a Masters of Theological Studies degree from the Neuhoff School of Ministry this spring.  

 

 

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