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Upcoming Programs

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 26th July 12noon-1pm

Mindfulness for Teens: Summer Day Camp
Friday 29th July Jul 29 (F) 9 am?4 pm

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 2nd August 12noon-1pm

Freedom from Pain Workshop: A Balanced Approach
Wednesday 3rd August Aug 3, 10 (W) 7-8:30pm

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 9th August 12noon-1pm

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Featured Programs & Services

Mindfulness for Teens: Summer Day Camp

Please join us for a day specially designed for teens to discover peace and joy through creative expression, mindfulness practices, and connection with other teens and themselves. Teens (ages 13-18) will have the opportunity to know who they are and feel honored by their unique gifts with a mindful day of coming together to play and explore. Activities will include a variety of mindfulness practices including Zentangle®, creative journaling, calming exercises, Yoga, mandala artwork, meditation, mindful photography, and more. All supplies will be provided and lunch is included. 

Scholarships available; discounts for Seton employees

Will Fiorello, MA & Daniel Hope, MA

The Power of Solitude in a World of Ambiguity: Annual Contemplative Retreat in Tucson
"Solitude acquaints us with ourselves and with what we really think and deeply feel." - Joan Chittister

In this four day contemplative retreat at the Redemptorist Center
for Renewal in the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, Arizona we will explore how time spent in solitude and silence can help us come to terms with the ambiguity and paradoxes of our lives. According to William Deresiewcz the pervasiveness of social media has made solitude nearly impossible for many people. He warns that
"no real excellence, personal or social, artistic, philosophical, scientific, or moral, can arise without solitude. . . . You cannot hear God
when people are chattering at you." Joan Chittister agrees. In her new book, Between the Dark and the Daylight, she discusses the necessity of solitude to embrace the contradictions of life.