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Dining out

St. Patrick’s of Cedar Lake Steak/Chicken Cook-out and silent auction — Oct. 5: 5–9 p.m. at 24425 Old Highway 13 Blvd., Jordan. Meal choice of 1/2 grilled chicken or 12 oz. top sirloin steak dinner for $13 each. Adult meal includes baked potato, green beans, coleslaw, garlic bread, dessert and drink. Children’s meal (hot dog, chips, drink and dessert) for $2. Take-outs available. Sponsored by First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association (FCSLA). http://www.stpandc.mn.org/.

Music

Organ Recital by Dr. Ray Bannon — Sept. 16: 2 p.m. at Immaculate Conception, 4030 Jackson St. NE, Columbia Heights. Organist, Dr. Ray Bannon. Works by Bach, Kuhnau, Couperin, Guilmant, and three choral preludes by Pachelbel, Gilbert Martin, and Brahms. Reception to follow. Free will offering to benefit organ repair and maintenance. http://www.iccsonline.org.

Ongoing groups

Grieving with Hope — every second and fourth Tuesday each month: at St. Ambrose, Pingatore room, 4125 Woodbury Drive, Woodbury. Afternoon meeting at 2 p.m. and evening meeting at 6:30 p.m. Contact LeAnn@651-768-3009. www.saintambroseofwoodbury.org.

Job transitions and networking group — every Tuesday 7–8:30 a.m. at St. Joseph the Worker, 7180 Hemlock Lane, Maple Grove. Are you unemployed, underemployed, looking to make a job change. Then join us to network, share ideas and learn about the job search process. This faith based meeting will take place every Tuesday. If you have questions email Bob at bob.sjtw@gmail.com. http://www.sjtw.net/job-transition-networking-group.

Calix Society Meeting — First and third Sundays: 9–10:30 a.m. at The Cathedral of St Paul, 239 Selby Ave., St Paul. A group of men, women, family or friends supporting the spiritual needs of recovering Catholics. We meet the first and third Sundays in the assembly room downstairs. This is a potluck breakfast meeting. For more info call Kathy at 651-330-3387. http://www.calixsociety.com.

West Suburban Grief Coalition weekly meeting – Thursdays, through Aug. 30: at St. Therese, 18323 Minnetonka Blvd., Deephaven. The support group is the combined effort of 15 west suburban area churches to help adults suffering from the loss of a loved one. Each week there are learning, healing and growing experiences offered through professional speakers, those who have walked the grief journey and breakout sessions. Trained volunteers in grief support group facilitation are the leaders for the breakout sessions (spouse loss, child loss and all other losses). Meetings are held each Thurs, except holidays, with an optional social time 4-4:30 p.m., speaker 4:30-5 p.m. and group breakout sessions 5-6 p.m. There is no charge to attend and a free-will offering is accepted for the lunch. http://www.westsuburbangriefmn.org. Registration is not needed and Individuals may join the group at any time by coming to a meeting or by contacting St. Therese at 952-473-4422.

Dementia Support Group — Sept. 11: 7–9 p.m. at St. Paul’s Monastery, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood. Each session will be a form of group spiritual direction with check-ins, introductions and discussions around the disease of dementia. Caregivers can share stories, feelings, frustrations and joys in a supportive, non-judgmental setting. RSVP required: sarnold@benedictinecenter.org. http://www.benedictinecenter.org.

CARITAS cancer support group — Wednesdays: 10:30 a.m.–noon at St. Joseph’s Hospital, second floor, maternity classroom 2500, 45 W. 10th St., St. Paul.

Parish events

Healing Mass with Father Jim Livingston — Aug. 21: 7 p.m. at St. Gabriel the Archangel – St. Joseph Campus, 1310 Mainstreet, Hopkins. Rosary at 7 p.m. with Mass to follow. Opportunity for individual blessing following Mass. http://stgabrielhopkins.org.

Twin Cities Prison Ministry Fund Raiser hosted by WCCO radio meteorologist Mike Lynch — Aug. 29: 7:30–10 p.m. at St. Joseph, 13900 Biscayne Ave. W., Rosemount. Mike has been hosting star watch parties and teaching astronomy classes for over 45 years. He will have several of his telescopes available for viewing. Space is limited. Free will donation (Suggested $10/person – children-free) http://stjosephcommunity.org/prison_ministry.aspx.

“Sneak Peak” Happy Hour — Aug. 30: 5–7 p.m. at St. Richard’s, 7540 Penn Ave. S., Richfield. The Sneak Peak an adult-only event. Tickets are available on our website. Your ticket includes happy hour refreshments and appetizers, with an early look at the Social Hall before our big Grand Opening on Sept. 9! https://strichards.com/sneak-peak.

Highland Catholic School/Lumen Christi Catholic Community Block Party — Sept. 8: 5:30–10 p.m. at 2055 Bohland Ave., St. Paul. Food trucks, games, music, beer garden. All are welcome. http://www.highlandcatholic.org.

Fiesta dinner and dance — Sept. 16: 12–3 p.m. at St. Mary’s, 261 E. Eighth St., St. Paul. Authentic Mexican Dinner $25/couple, $15/adults, $7/6-12 year olds, 5 and under free. http://stmarystpaul.org.

Spirit Fest Pre-Festival Party — Sept. 21: 8–11:59 p.m. at the American Legion, 112 Fifth St., NE, Faribault. Kick off Divine Mercy’s Spirit Fest weekend with live music and dancing by Street Talk Band. $10 cover at the door. http://www.divinemercy.cc/spiritfest.

Spirit Fest Soccer Tournament — Sept. 22 and 23: 9 a.m.–3 p.m. at Divine Mercy, 139 Mercy Drive, Faribault. Teams from around the diocese will play each other with championship game on Sunday at 2 p.m. Food and drinks will be available for purchase on both days. http://www.divinemercy.cc/spiritfest.

Faith Formation Kick-Off — Sept. 23: 12 noon at St. Richard’s, 7540 Penn Ave. S., Richfield. The kick-off event will begin with a potluck and include both social and service project time. Families should be registered by September 9. https://strichards.com/registration.

Mary’s Meals Fundraiser Dinner — Sept. 27: 6 p.m. at St. Joseph’s of the Lakes, 171 Elm St., Lino Lakes. Knights of Columbus and Ladies Auxiliary hosting a pasta buffet fundraising dinner for Mary’s Meals an international organization feeding children one meal a day at their place of education. Keynote speaker Scotsman Founder and CEO of Mary’s Meals Magnus MacFarlane-Barrow. Book signing to follow dinner. http://www.cathedralsaintpaul.org/news/save-date-marys-meals-dinner-september-27.

St. Mark’s Fall Rummage Sale — Sept. 28-30: 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Sept. 28 and 29; 9 a.m.–noon Sept. 30 at 2001 Dayton Ave., St. Paul. We will be collecting items for sale Sept. 24, 25 and 26. Household goods, toys, clothes, jewelry, furniture and books. http://www.saintmark-mn.org.

St. John the Baptist FallFest Fun Run — Sept. 29: 9 a.m. at 835 2nd Ave. NW, New Brighton. Join us for a family friendly run! 5K or 1 mile distance options available. Participants will be guaranteed a T-shirt if registered by September 15th. Pre-register online at https://raceroster.com/events/2018/19350/st-john-the-baptist-fallfest-5k-1mi-fun-runwalk or register at the event.

Sesquicentennial Mass Celebration — Sept. 30: 9:30 a.m. at The Basilica of St. Mary, 88 N. 17th St., Minneapolis.  Opening Weekend of Sesquicentennial Celebrations. Join us to celebrate our 150th anniversary as a parish. Archbishop Bernard Hebda will be the celebrant at the 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Masses. https://www.mary.org/news-events/events/sesquicentennial-mass?instance=0#.W3r9HM5KiUk.

Fall Booya Festival — Oct. 7: 11 a.m.–3 p.m. at St. Mary’s, 261 E. Eighth St., St. Paul. Delicious Booya, raffle, games and Silent Auction, $6/bowl, $15/quart. http://stmarystpaul.org.

Turkey bingo — Nov. 10: 6–9 p.m. at St. Mary’s, 261 E. Eighth St., St. Paul. Bingo fun and win a Thanksgiving turkey. http://stmarystpaul.org.

Annual Christmas Faire — Nov. 18: 9 a.m.–1 p.m. at St. Leonard of Port Maurice, 3953 Clinton Ave. S., Minneapolis. Breakfast, silent auction, raffle, crafts, bake sale. http://stleonardmn.org.

Santa Breakfast — Dec. 16: 11:30 a.m.–3 p.m. at St. Mary’s, 261 E. Eighth St., St. Paul. Pancake and egg bake breakfast with Santa, pictures and gifts. http://stmarystpaul.org

Prayer/worship

Taize Prayer — First Friday of each month: 7:30 p.m. at St. Richard, 7540 Penn Ave. S., Richfield. http://www.strichards.com/first-fridays.

Taize Prayer — Third Friday of each month: 7 p.m. at The Benedictine Center at St. Paul’s Monastery, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood. 651-777-7251 or http://www.stpaulsmonastery.org.

Taize Prayer — Aug. 17: 10 a.m.–8 p.m. at St. Paul’s Monastery, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood. Participants will experience a day of conversation and reflection inspired by themes in Robert Sardello’s book “The Silence and the Mystery of Wholeness.” They will see how silence can renew, restore and deepen their response to the internal and external world. http://www.benedictinecenter.org.

Day of prayer for racial justice, peace and healing with Archbishop Bernard Hebda — Sept. 6: 7–8 p.m. at St. Peter Claver, 369 Oxford St., St. Paul. We invite everyone from the Rondo community and from around the Archdiocese to join us. http://www.spcchurch.org/event/day-of-prayer-for-racial-justice-peace-healing/.

National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children — Sept. 8: 10–11 a.m. at Resurrection Cemetery, 2101 Lexington Ave. S., Mendota Heights. On this sixth annual Day of Remembrance, solemn prayer vigils will be conducted at the gravesites and other memorial sites dedicated to aborted babies across the U.S. Join us as we remember the 13 aborted babies buried there (found in the Robbinsdale Clinic dumpster in 1987). https://plam.org/events/.

Patriotic Rosary — Sept. 9: 6:30 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist, 20087 Hub Drive, New Prague. The Patriotic Rosary is a powerful prayer for divine protection and mercy for our Nation. Our Lady beckons us, calling us to be a light for all nations, that peace may reign throughout the nation, beyond all stately boundaries. Join us for this united intercessory prayer event to our Holy Mother. https://npcatholic.org/st-john-the-evangelist.

Community of Sant’Egidio Prayer for the Sick — Sept. 13: 6–7 p.m. at St. Richard’s Chapel, 7540 Penn Ave. S., Richfield. We invite you to join us in singing, reading Scripture, and praying for the sick, especially loved ones close to your heart. When you come, enter through the outside doors closest to the chapel/handicap parking section. Contact Stephanie Kimmes with any questions. http://www.strichards.com/events/santegidio-evening-prayer.

Taize Prayer — Sept. 21: 7–9 p.m. at St. Paul’s Monastery, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood. Taize prayer consists of simple chants based on Scriptures and periods of silence. Its purpose is to create an environment that helps participants encounter the mystery of God. You are invited to stay for refreshments and “get to know some other interesting and like-minded people.” http://www.benedictinecenter.org.

Retreats

Prayer Shawl Retreat — Sept. 7-9 at Franciscan Retreat and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Bring your Prayer Shawl Ministry to knit and crochet prayer shawls through the weekend as you experience our weekend retreat theme: Towards a Spirituality of Joy: Love More- Laugh More- Be Not Afraid. Anointing, blessing of your Prayer Shawls and materials too. Call 952-447-2182 to register. https://franciscanretreats.net/prayer-shawl-retreat/.

Living and Working from the Heart of Christ with retreat master, Fr. Andew Jaspers — Sept. 7-9 at Christ the King Retreat Center, 621 First Ave. S., Buffalo. A Retreat this Autumn for Catholic Healthcare Professionals sponsored by Curatio. If you work hard to care for others . . . here is an opportunity to revitalize your spirit and care for yourself! http://www.curatioapostolate.com.

Women’s Midweek Retreat — Sept. 11-13 at Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Experience our 2018 theme; Towards a Spirituality of Joy – love more – laugh more – be not afraid. Four conferences (talks) on incorporating joy in our walk as Christians. Opportunities for confession, anointing and one-on-one spiritual direction. http://franciscanretreats.net/womens-retreats/.

Retreat for the Grieving — Sept. 14-16 at the Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Focusing on five different types of grief – Loss of Spouse; Loss of Child; Loss through Suicide; Pregnancy and Infant Loss and Loss of Sibling/Parent. We will have main speakers with breakout sessions that will be facilitated by those who have experienced similar losses. By Hope United Grief Group. https://franciscanretreats.net/retreat-for-the-grieving/.

Men’s Golf and Faith Retreat led by Father Nick Nelson — Sept. 14-16 at Cragun’s Resort, 11000 Cragun’s Drive, Brainerd. Theme: Men in Christ, Men of the Church, Men for Others! Come join other Catholic men, who like to golf for a weekend of faith discussion and fun. $321 includes 2 night stay, meals, 2 rounds of golf, 4 conferences and 2 Masses. fr.nicholas.nelson@duluthcatholic.org.

Silent Retreat — Sept. 20-23 at 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Find peace and energy through three days of conferences, guided prayer, holy hours, reconciliation, generous open time, and spiritual direction. Enjoy 60 acres of forest, prairie, trails or Labyrinth. Open to men/women. Call 952-447-2182 or register online at http://www.franciscanretreats.net/register. http://www.franciscanretreats.net/silent_retreat_annual.aspx.

Women’s Midweek Retreat — Oct. 2-4 at Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Experience our 2018 theme; Towards a Spirituality of Joy – love more – laugh more – be not afraid. Four conferences (talks) on incorporating joy in our walk as Christians. Opportunities for confession, anointing and one-on-one spiritual direction. http://franciscanretreats.net/womens-retreats/.

Women’s Weekday Retreat — Oct. 5-7 at Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Experience our 2018 theme; Towards a Spirituality of Joy – love more – laugh more – be not afraid. Four conferences (talks) on incorporating joy in our walk as Christians. Opportunities for confession, anointing and one-on-one spiritual direction. http://franciscanretreats.net/womens-retreats/.

Women’s Weekday Retreat — Oct. 12-14 at Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Experience our 2018 theme; Towards a Spirituality of Joy – love more – laugh more – be not afraid. Four conferences (talks) on incorporating joy in our walk as Christians. Opportunities for confession, anointing and one-on-one spiritual direction. http://franciscanretreats.net/womens-retreats/.

Men’s Silent Retreat — Oct. 19-21 at Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center, 16385 St. Francis Lane, Prior Lake. Men, become joyful leaders by experiencing our weekend retreat theme: Towards a Spirituality of Joy: Love More-Laugh More-Be Not Afraid. Productive blend of scheduled time to open time with Confession, Anointing, Mass and Prayer sessions. Observing silence increases focus. Experience fall colors. http://franciscanretreats.net/mens-retreats/.

Conferences/workshops

Sidewalk Counseling Training Seminar — Sept. 4: 7–9 p.m. at St. John Vianney Seminary, 2110 Selby Ave., St. Paul. Learn how to save babies by peacefully reaching out with love and offering brochures to those entering local abortion facilities. Prayer supporters are also welcome. No charge. Presented by Pro-Life Action Ministries. To register, contact debra.braun@plam.org or (651) 797-6364. https://plam.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Seminar-flyer-fall-2018.pdf

CoWorkers in Christ Gathering — Oct 5: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. at Embassy Suites, 2800 American Blvd, W., Bloomington. In the face of life and works demands, experience more of God’s peace. Experts will share insights and Christians will share personal stories. Worship, panel discussion, and fellowship. Lunch and happy hour included. Space limited. Registration is required. Learn more at bit.ly/WorkLifePeace.

Celebrating Our Missions Of Love, a conversation with Archbishop Hebda. — Oct. 20: 8:30 a.m.–1 p.m. at Our Lady of Grace, 5071 Eden Ave., Edina. An opportunity to discover how cross-cultural and international parish relationships deepen our faith and commitment. Sponsored by APPT (Archdiocesan Parish Partnerships Team). For more information, contact Cathy Burrell, 651.772.2165. http://www.olgparish.org/.

Order Franciscans Secular (OFS) — Third Sunday of each month: 1 p.m. at Catholic Charities, 1200 Second Ave. S., Minneapolis. Come and learn more about this group of lay Catholic men and women striving to observe the gospel of Jesus Christ by following the example of St. Francis who made Christ the inspiration and center of his life with God and people. For more information call 952-922-5523.

Singles

Sunday Spirits walking group for 50-plus Catholic singles — ongoing Sundays For Catholic singles to meet and make friends. The group usually meets in St. Paul on Sunday afternoons. Kay at 651-426-3103 or Al at 651-439-1203.

Singles group — ongoing second Saturday each month: 6:15 p.m. at St. Vincent de Paul, 9100 93rd Ave. N., Brooklyn Park. Gather for a potluck supper, conversation and games. 763-425-0412.

Schools

 

Speakers

Pro-Life Gathering — Sept. 13: 7–8 p.m. at Holy Trinity, 211 Fourth St., Goodhue. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Restorative Justice as a Path to Healing — Sept. 20: 6:30–9 p.m. at The Basilica of St. Mary, 88 N. 17th St., Teresa of Calcutta Hall, Lower Level, Minneapolis. Join us for this important conversation. Together we will explore what restorative justice is and how to go about having it be apart of our lives. Free of charge. Presenters: Jeanne Bishop, Justice Janine P. Geske, Dr. Mark Umbreit” https://www.mary.org/news-events/events/restorative-justice-path-healing?instance=0#.W3r8HM5KiUk.

Harvest of Hope Gala with speaker Ryan Bomberger — Sept. 22: 5:30–11 p.m. Minneapolis Marriott Northwest, 7025 Northland Drive N., Brooklyn Park. Options for Women/Cornerstone, a pro-life pregnancy center located in St. Michael, will hold its 6th Annual Harvest of Hope Gala featuring a social hour and silent auction starting at 5:30 p.m., presentation 6:30–9 p.m. http://cornerstoneoptions.org.

Pro-Life Gathering — Sept. 25: 7–8 p.m. at St. Hubert’s, 8201 Main St., Chanhassen. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Pro-Life Gathering — Oct. 1: 7–8 p.m. at Holy Family, 5900 W. Lake St., St. Louis Park. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Pro-Life Gathering — Oct. 2: 7–8 p.m. at All Saints Social Hall, 19795 Holyoke Ave., Lakeville. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Pro-Life Gathering — Oct. 2: 7–8 p.m. at St. Albert Parish Center, 11400 57th St. NE, Albertville. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Examining the Intersection of Faith and Politics with Dr. Michael E. Lee — Oct. 4:  7 p.m. at St. Frances Cabrini, 1500 Franklin Ave. SE, Minneapolis. Presented byTegeder Talks, Dr. Lee is a Professor of Theology and Latin American and Latino Studies at Fordham University. Registration opens Aug. 23. Admission is based on a free-will offering with a suggested donation of $15. http://cabrinimn.org/tegeder-talks.

Pro-Life Gathering — Oct. 11: 7–8 p.m. at St. Peter’s, 1405 Highway 13, Mendota. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Pro-Life Gathering — Oct. 15: 7–8 p.m. at St. Peter’s, 1250 S. Shore Drive, Forest Lake. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Pro-Life Gathering — Oct. 30: 7–8 p.m. at Maternity of Mary, 1414 Dale St. N., St. Paul. A speaker from MCCL will update citizens with the latest information on abortion, assisted suicide and other issues. All are welcome. https://www.mccl.org/falltour.

Young adults

Friday Night at the Friary — Third Friday of each month: 7–9 p.m. at Franciscan Brothers of Peace, 1289 Lafond Ave., St. Paul. Men ages 18-35 are invited for prayer and fellowship. https://www.facebook.com/queenofpeacefriary.

Other events

Knights of Columbus bingo — Wednesdays: 6–9 p.m. at Solanus Casey Council Hall, 1910 S. Greeley St., Stillwater.

Seeker Sessions — Aug. 25 and 26: 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 25; 10 a.m. on Aug. 26 at St. Richard’s, 7540 Penn Ave. S., Richfield. Ask your questions, get answers, explore what it might mean to walk your life journey as a Catholic Christian disciple of Christ Jesus. This is a no-commitment, open invitation for conversation about the RCIA process. Come as you are! https://strichards.com/news/rcia-seeker-sessions.

Individual Directed Retreat for Emerging Poet — Sept. 10: 9 a.m.–4 p.m. at St. Paul’s Monastery, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood. This one-on-one 48-hour retreat focuses on each individual writer at a mutually agreed-upon time. It includes four one-hour coaching sessions with Poet Vic Klimoski, plus the space, time, and support they need to enrich their writing. http://www.benedictinecenter.

“Living and Laughing through Grief” Coping and the Road to Recovery with speaker Brenda Elsagher, CHP, President — Sept. 11: 6:30–9 p.m. at Risen Savior, 1501 E. County Road 42, Burnsville. This event is sponsored by the Interdenominational Coalition of South Suburban Churches and is the first event of a series of four. For more information call Barb Korman at 651-452-8261 or email growingthroughloss@gmail.com.

Schoenstatt Movement — Sept. 15: 10 a.m.–4 p.m. at Schoenstatt Shrine and Center, 840 Prescott Ave. NW, Sleepy Eye. You are invited to the Jubilee Family Shrine’s Founding Day 2018 celebration for the 50th Anniversary of Fr. Joseph Kentenich’s death. Join us for presentations, 11 a.m. holy Mass, German lunch, witness sharing, covenant renewal and refreshments. RSVP: 507-794-7727 by September 8.

“Finding a Balance in the Midst of Grief” with speaker Sue Vento — Sept. 18: 6:30–9 p.m. at Risen Savior, 1501 E. County Road 42, Burnsville. This event is sponsored by the Interdenominational Coalition of South Suburban Churches and is the second event of a series of four. For more information call Barb Korman at 651-452-8261 or email growingthroughloss@gmail.com.

Deacon Discernment Day — Sept. 22 and Nov. 3: 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m. at The St. Paul Seminary, 2260 Summit Ave., St. Paul. The day includes Mass, prayer, reflections, Q&A, and a lot of information about deacons, the discernment process, the application process, the formation program, and the integration of Holy Orders with marriage and family. For single or married men, and wives if applicable, between ages of 25 and 50. https://www.stthomas.edu/spssod/centers/diaconate/.

Writing from the Center — Sept. 24, Oct. 29, Nov. 26, and Dec. 17: 7–9 p.m. at St. Paul’s Monastery, 2675 Benet Road, Maplewood. These workshops are geared to writers looking for a group that provides support, encouragement and feedback. Writers at all levels, working in any genre, are welcome. The series culminates in a poetry reading which is open to the public. http://www.benedictinecenter.org.

“Using Meditation, Breath Work and Yoga Therapeutically for Grief” presented by Judi Ross, M.S. — Sept. 25: 6:30–9 p.m. at Risen Savior, 1501 E. County Road 42, Burnsville. This event is sponsored by the Interdenominational Coalition of South Suburban Churches and is the third event of a series of four. For more information call Barb Korman at 651-452-8261 or email growingthroughloss@gmail.com.

Women With Spirit Bible Study — Tuesdays, Sept. 25-Apl. 9: 9:30–11:30 a.m. at Pax Christi Community, 12100 Pioneer Trail, Eden Prairie. This year’s study is Luke, Lamentations, and Psalms taught by university based teachers. Tuition of $100 includes lectures and books. Register on line at http://www.paxchristi.com/eventregistration. http://www.paxchristi.com/eventregistration.

“I Just Can’t Do It This Year” dealing with special days as a grieving individual with speaker Paul Johnson, M.A. — Oct. 2: 6:30–9 p.m. at Risen Savior, 1501 E. County Road 42, Burnsville. This event is sponsored by the Interdenominational Coalition of South Suburban Churches and is the fourth event of a series of four. For more information call Barb Korman at 651-452-8261 or email growingthroughloss@gmail.com.

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