Cultivating Compassion for Self and Others
through the Stories We Share
With Diane M. Millis, PhD
Saturday, January 25, 2020
8:30 a.m. Check-in
9:00 a.m. to Noon Presentation
Lunch at Noon
St. Scholastica Monastery, Rockhurst Room
"Whenever I have attended a learning experience with Diane Millis, I have left feeling re-grounded, refreshed and restored." The Rev. Stephen Wlosinski
As an author, spiritual director and teacher, Diane Millis has witnessed the transformative power that storytelling and storylistening has on our lives and our relationships. Join us to delve into her recently released book, Re-Creating a Life: Learning How to Tell Our Most Life-Giving Story. During our time together, Diane will introduce us to a contemplative conversation process for exploring one another's stories.
We hope you will join us to learn more about how stories have the potential to cultivate greater hospitality and deepen community engagement!
Diane M. Millis, PhD is a professor, leadership consultant, and retreat facilitator who focuses on the art of listening. She is the author of three books including the recently released Re-Creating a Life. Diane currently teaches Narrative Leadership at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. To learn more about her ministry, visit www.dianemillis.com.
**There is no fee for Benedictine Days events, but gifts to support the Center for Spirituality and Enrichment (a ministry of the Sisters of St. Scholastica) are gratefully accepted.
(Average cost per person is $35 to provide Benedictine Days events.)