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Quilt Exhibit at INAI

"Connecting the Threads" is currently showing at the INAI: A Place Apart gallery and continues through February 24, 2019. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Many threads are connected when making a quilt. Our lives, too, are…

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February Lunch and Learn: Chili Cook-off

Weber Retreat and Conference Center continues its popular Lunch and Learn Series featuring a variety of topics. On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, join us for a chili cook-off! Bring your favorite chili and the recipe to share, savor samples by…

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Monthly Mindfulness Meditations

Join our mindfulness community as we work to deepen our understanding and commitment to daily meditation practice. Reflecting upon our relationships with honesty and courage, we amp up our capacity to be love within family, neighborhood, city, and world. A…

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Exploring Our Relationship to Nature

Barbara Wall, PhD, explores the meaning of nature and the common good through the lens of Catholic social teaching documents from 1891 to recent years. Her workshop, “Our Relationship to Nature from Rerum Novarum to Laudato Si’,” is from 9:30…

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January Lunch and Learn: Body Alignment

Weber Retreat and Conference Center continues its popular Lunch and Learn Series with a variety of topics. On Tuesday, January 15, 2019, physical therapist Stephanie Simon speaks on the importance of body alignment and discusses how to achieve it. This…

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Note from the Director

As we gather each Monday morning around the Advent wreath in Weber's lobby for prayer, we also notice the beautiful Christmas decorations that brighten our anticipation of this great feast. Come spend some quiet time in the atmosphere of peace…

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Cover Of Kent Nerburn's Book

Book Discussion Opens Eyes

Over 40 people gathered at Weber Center recently to discuss Kent Nerburn's book, Neither Wolf Nor Dog. "My eyes were opened to the depth of loss and discrimination felt by those of native Indian descent," shared one of the participants.…

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Sister Grace’s Hand-carved Santas

Sister Grace Dennis, OP, has been creating handcrafted art forms from wood and clay for 15 years. Her favorite creations are hand-carved, painted Santas made out of basswood, which she learned to carve from an instruction book. To make a…

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