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West African Drumming Class at the FLPC

On Saturday, October 29, the music therapy staff welcomed Leah Ivory who presented a Continuing Music Therapy Education course. Leah is a well-known local musician accomplished in both classical piano and West African drumming. The workshop, entitled "The Roots of Rhythm: West African Drumming and Drum Facilitation", was a lively and informative introduction to group [...]

2017-01-10T12:23:00+00:00 November 9th, 2016|Franciscan Rhythms|

Creighton Model and Joy?

Georgia Schmitz, BSN, FCP, RN Instruction in the Creighton Model extends beyond teaching couples days of fertility and infertility to achieve or avoid pregnancies. As a FertilityCare Practitioner (FCP), I’m humbled to walk with couples sharing in their joy through FertilityCare instruction. Over the past few months, the joy of announcing pregnancies has [...]

2017-01-10T12:23:00+00:00 October 13th, 2016|News|

Music Therapist to speak at Forest Hills Senior Program

FLPC music therapist Lindsey Perrault, MT-BC presents “Power of Singing” on February 9 through Forest Hills Community Services. Lindsey will demonstrate how singing helps improve breathing and helps recall past experiences. Seniors can register for lunch at noon followed by the presentation at 12:45.

2016-02-04T11:39:25+00:00 February 2nd, 2016|News|

Artists talk future collaboration

Sister Colleen Ann Nagle, FSE and Leslie Bellevance, President of Kendall School of Art and Design Leslie Bellevance, president of Kendall School of Art and Design, FSU, joined Sister Colleen Ann Nagle, and Kathy Bechtel, Art Director, for lunch at the Lowell Campus recently.The purpose of the meeting was to  acquaint one another [...]

2017-01-10T12:23:00+00:00 January 22nd, 2016|News|

Dr. John Hittinger to speak on St. John Paul II

Dr. John Hittinger joins us on Friday, February 5th, as part of our “Mercy and the Family” series.  He will be talking about St. John Paul II’s teaching on the family and on the Year of Mercy. Dr. Hittinger is a professor of philosophy at University of St. Thomas in Houston, and has published four [...]

2016-02-03T14:23:07+00:00 January 20th, 2016|News|

Couples enjoy bread baking experience

Ten couples gathered last evening with Sister Colleen Ann Nagle in the warm, friendly kitchen of the Lowell Campus on a cold winter’s night to learn how to bake bread. Sister Colleen Ann offers bread baking experiences to assist couples in improving communication and in enjoying each other's unique talents by working together on a [...]

2017-01-10T12:23:01+00:00 January 20th, 2016|News|

Advent Retreat for Empty Nesters @ Lowell Campus

Advent is traditionally a time of waiting. Waiting for all things in life to come our way is often difficult or frustrating. But, what happens when the waiting is over and a new phase of life is on our doorstep? Has your last child recently moved out? Was your nest empty and now an adult [...]

2016-02-08T11:27:32+00:00 December 2nd, 2015|News|

Mercy and the Family @ Lowell Campus

Mercy and the Family, starting December 4 at 6:15 pm Lowell Campus Please join us for a year of MERCY AND THE FAMILY. Gather at our Lowell Campus at 6:15 for evening prayer and potluck supper, and then view the keynote addresses from the World Meeting of Families, 2015. These evenings are scheduled for December [...]

2016-02-03T14:27:53+00:00 December 2nd, 2015|News|