Please join us Tuesday, May 18 at 7pm as Fr. Laughlin celebrates Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church to mark the end of our 2020-2021 Evening for Women programming. If you are not comfortable attending in person, the Mass will be live streamed on the Collaborative website and YouTube channel where you can join us virtually. Reservations are not required, but we will continue to observe Covid safety protocols including social distancing and mask wearing.
As many of you already know, I am stepping down from my full-time role as Coordinator of Pastoral Care from the middle of May. Although the decision to leave has been a very difficult one, I am looking forward to what God has in store for the next phase of my life.
For the past two years, I have also been enrolled part-time at BC for a MA in Theology and Ministry and I am looking forward to completing my studies there. I am also relishing the opportunity to spend some more time with my family and will of course continue to serve the Collaborative “from the pews.”…
Discernment is an intentional attitude for making important decisions in our lives. It is more than making a choice or a pro-con list; it calls upon the Spirit of God for guidance. This program will invite us to listen for the ‘still small voice’ of Wisdom in discerning our last vocations as carefully as we listened for discerning our first.
Dr. Melanie-Préjean Sullivan retired from university ministry in 2018, after more than 30 years in secondary and higher educational settings…
On Tuesday, March 16th at 7:00pm all women of the Collaborative are welcome to gather on the Zoom platform for An Exploration of Friendship – Together in Shipwreck.
Through an exploration of the friendship of J.R.R. Tolkein and C.S. Lewis we will launch an interactive discussion about the value of friendship throughout a lifetime, rooted in love of Jesus Christ.
All women of the Collaborative are invited to join us on Zoom on Tuesday, February 9 at 7:00pm as our women’s group hosts Rachel Saphire, Associate Rabbi at Temple Beth Elohim in Wellesley. Rabbi Saphire will be sharing her insights on this year’s theme, “The Still-Small Voice: Discerning God’s Presence in the Present”. If you are interested in attending this virtual gathering please email Carolyn Anderson at email@example.com.
All women of the Collaborative are warmly invited to join us on Zoom as our women’s group hosts Michele Dillon, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Professor of Sociology at the University of New Hampshire. A frequent lecturer on Women in the Church and contemporary Catholic issues, Dr.
Space for Advent Prayer and Reflection with Kelly Meraw and Anne Mears Tuesday, December 8 at 7:00pm on Zoom All women of the Collaborative are warmly invited to join. To register for the evening and to receive the Zoom link, please email Carolyn Anderson.
All women of the Collaborative are warmly invited to join the first of our series of virtual gatherings this year. The Still Small Voice Of Calm… listening to the inner voice in the midst of the busyness of service. The session will consider through prayer, scripture and conversation what it means
Our Evening for Women program ended abruptly in the Spring with the coming of Covid-19 and the prospects for returning to the usual format of in-person prayer, learning and fellowship are dim. Now, more than ever, we need community in whatever form we can find it! To that end, plans