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Create, Pray, Heal is a monthly bilingual program, facilitated by Zulema Moret and is open to men and women of diverse origins. The series of meetings aims to deepen our overall growth as spiritual beings as we experience the creative power of God’s healing in our lives, through prayer, reflection and art. We will dance, paint, write, sing, pray and reflect. Register soon.
The series begins September 7 and meets the first Friday of each month through May of 2013. Cost for the series of 9 is $80.00 and you may register online HERE or you can register for specific months a la carte FROM THIS PAGE . Session dates are: Sept 7, Oct 5, Nov 2, Dec 7, Jan 4, Feb 1, Mar 1, Apr 5, May 3.
Program facilitator Zulema Moret, PhD received her MA at the University of Buenos Aires and defended her PhD/Thesis at Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain. Dr. Moret has taught a wide range of seminars and workshops to Professors, Community Leaders, Therapists, and Artists. Professor Moret is Associate Professor at GVSU and Coordinator of Latin American Studies (Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies).
Author of several children books, poetry, short stories and critical essays, she has been published at the local, national and international levels. Her Interdisciplinary research involves film studies, as well as art and gender issues. She is involved in numerous service projects related with the Hispanic community in Grand Rapids.
A Dominican Associate and Spiritual Director, Moret taught interdisciplinary readings of Saint John of the Cross and Santa Therese of Avila at the Catholic Information Center and was coordinator of workshops on Spiritual Life, Prayer and Creativity at several churches in the Diocese of Grand Rapids. By helping your heart find the color in your world, Zulema will give you colors and materials to color the Word.
You may download the bilingual flyer HERE. For more information or to register by phone, please call Dominican Center Front Desk at 616.454.1241 (Option 5). Classes are held at Dominican Center - 2025 Fulton Street East, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. The DCM parking lot is on Lakeside Drive north of Fulton Street. Parking is free and barrier free. Link to Larger area MAP
Register and attend this lively, fun and healing series of meetings with Dr. Moret. Dominican Center at Marywood welcomes you to our campus with open arms and Dominican hospitality.
The mission of Dominican Center at Marywood is to foster the growth and the transformation of persons, communities and organizations through prayer, learning and collaboration in an inclusive, hospitable environment.
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