Day of Reflection: Our Daily Bread – Hungering For God
October 29 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm$65
This year undoubtedly has brought up longings within all of us: for community (and communion!) in a time of pandemic, for stability in a season of uncertainty, for hope. Underneath all our desires is the deep desire for our loving God. Spend a day in prayer reflecting on your spiritual hunger and God’s promise to offer daily bread.
Check-in begins at 8:45am. Program begins in the Chapel promptly at 9am. Lunch will be served in the dining room mid-day. Conclude with Mass at 2:30 pm.
Sarah Otto, M.Div. serves on the Pastoral Team at Ignatius House. She studied theology as both an undergrad and graduate student, receiving her Master of Divinity from Boston College. Her passion has focused on the intersection of faith and justice, which led her to study in El Salvador. Sarah spent a year in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, serving men and women experiencing homelessness in Portland, Ore. Sarah has worked as a hospital and prison chaplain and most recently worked in college campus ministry for five years, both at Providence College and as director of a Newman Catholic Center in Chico, Calif. As a young mom, Sarah is particularly passionate about ministering to women and families but continues to enjoy helping people discern how to live a faith that does justice, as well as discovering the unique and creative ways God works in everyone.