Public Programs & Outreach

Online Retreat: All Shall be Well: Spiritual Practices for Turbulent Times

Saturday, March 28, 2020 | 9:00am

In a time of mass disease, political strife, and social unrest, what led a medieval mystic to write the affirmation, “All shall be well?" How can we learn from her wisdom, and discover places and practices to relieve our anxiety while grounding us in peace and compassion in the midst of the unrest and dis-ease, in our world and lives? Join us for an on-line retreat inspired by the writings of Julian of Norwich as we engage imagination and meditation to nurture our faith and offer us hope in our fragmented world.

Retreat leader: Terri Lynn Simpson

Registration closes at Friday, March 27 at 5 pm EST.

Scholarships are available. Email [email protected] for details.

Main Level St. Mary's Chapel Great Choir War Memorial Chapel Nave Click to Enlarge
Lower Level Bethlehem Chapel St. Joseph
of Arimathea Chapel
Resurrection Chapel Center for Prayer & Pilgrimage Click to Enlarge
Grounds North Lawn Virginia Mae Center Cathedral Entrance Walker Court Bishop's Garden Amphitheater Cathedral Library Click to Enlarge