Motherhood: Embracing the Call with Janet Quinlan
Saturday, Sept. 17 from 10am - 12pm at Lindell.
Come join us for a fun and relaxing morning to learn how to create beauty in your home amidst the chaos of family life. You'll also learn the key components of beautiful floral arrangements while you make and take one home!
REGISTER NOW: $20 Venmo @Janet-Quinlan/ or RSVP via email and pay at the door
Questions? Contact Janet: email@example.com
Janet Quinlan is a certified life coach who focuses on coaching women in the areas of marriage, motherhood and home management. Her mission is to help women in all areas of their call to motherhood. Learn more about Janet on her website.
Saturday Seminar Series:
Living Well and Dying Well with Nancy Valko, RN
Presenting positive ways to accompany and protect people at the end of life!
Saturday, Sept. 24 from 10:00 - 11:30am at Lindell!
Nancy has been a registered nurse since 1969 and is currently a spokesperson for the National Association of Prolife Nurses. She has also held the positions of President of Missouri Nurses for Life and co-chair of the St. Louis Archdiocesan Respect Life Committee.
Nancy is a board member of the Healthcare Leadership and Advocacy Organization, whose mission is "to be a voice for the medically vulnerable."
In 2015, Nancy was honored to receive the People of Life award from the US Catholic Conference of Bishops. After working in critical care, hospice, home health, oncology, dialysis and other specialties for 45 years, she obtained her certification as an advanced legal nurse consultant.
Registration is not needed! This event is free!
Questions? Email Pilar at firstname.lastname@example.org
First Letters: for parents of children aged 0-7
Intro Sessions: Sept. 24 or Sept. 30, 7-9pm
(attending an intro session is a prerequisite for first time course participants)
When: 7-9pm on Nov 12, Dec 3, Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 11.
Where: St. John Bosco Parish Center, 12934 Marine Ave. St. Louis, MO 63146
First Letters is a professional course from Family Enrichment USA that uses the Harvard Case Stud Method to explore many issues facing parents with children from birth to seven vears old. It encourages parents to educate their child as a whole: nurturing the psychological, developmental, intellectual and cultural aspects of each child. As parents, if we want our children to be motivated to succeed, we must show confidence in them and help them have confidence in themselves.
For more information, contact Theresa Archer: email@example.com