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$ 30.00 includes lunch

and materials

Arrival/Check-in Saturday 9:30 am

 and concludes at about 4:00 pm

Grieving Suicide

April 13, 2024

The unex
pected tragic loss of a loved one due to suicide transforms the lives of families, friends and the larger community.  Lives are changed forever in a way that others do not experience.

An important point to remember is that the person who has died has found everlasting peace in God’s loving arms. 

We will be gathering at the Redemptorist Retreat Center to offer support and take time for prayer for those who have died and those facing the challenge of losing them.

Using the Beautiful natural setting of the retreat center your spirit will be renewed and refreshed. 
Please join us as we pray, reflect, and share together.

Presenter:  Peggy Weber, RN, BSN, Certified Grief Educator and

Fr Ted Lawson, C.Ss.R.

Meet your presenters:

Peggy Weber RN MSN has more than 46 years of Nursing experience and Parish Nursing helping people through mental, emotional and spiritual distress.  Peggy continues to facilitate groups dealing with illness, loss and bereavement and serves on St. Mary's Ethics Board and on several nonprofit boards.  

Fr. Ted Lawson, C.Ss.R. is the Director of the Redemptorist Retreat Center.  He has served in Parish Ministry,  preaching for Parish Missions and Novenas and as the Director of the Health Care Center for the Redemptorists.  His experience in retreat ministry has been an important part of his pastoral life. He had the privilege of serving as the Director of the Desert House of Prayer, a contemplative retreat center near Tucson, Arizona.  Fr. Lawson is a native of Pewaukee, Wisconsin.

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