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Men's Monthly Spirituality Breakfast Series begins this month featuring licensed professional counselor, Al Heystek.
<center><strong>Men's Spirituality Summer Series Presenters</strong></center>

Men's Spirituality Summer Series Presenters

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Due to road construction on Fulton, access Lakeside Drive via Michigan Street.

Due to road construction on Fulton, access Lakeside Drive via Michigan Street.

A new monthly series for men is being offered at Dominican Center at Marywood. Mark your calendars for the fourth Wednesday of every month beginning on May 23rd from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.    This series offers men an opportunity to gather together for a hot breakfast, a presentation and conversation about a variety of spiritual topics as they relate specifically to men.  Each monthly program begins with breakfast and a program from 7:00 - 8:00 a.m.; all who are able are invited to stay for continued discussion until 8:30 a.m. The summer session runs from May through August. Cost is $10.00 per session, or you can register for the entire summer series of four for $35.00.  To read biographical information about a summer presenter, click on the names below. To register, click on registration links below, click here, or call 616.454.1241 (Option 5).

Entire Series: To register,  CLICK HERE
May 23, 2102 - Al Heystek, MA, LPC, MDiv – A Pathway to Fathering. To register, CLICK HERE
June 27, 2012 - Joachim Lally, CSP – Discerning Life’s Choices. To register, CLICK HERE
July 25, 2012 Mayor George Heartwell – Living Faith in the Marketplace. To register, CLICK HERE
August 22, 2012 Brian Plachta, Spiritual Director – Breaking the Man Code. To register, CLICK HERE
Cost: $35.00 for series; $10.00 for individual programs.


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