Quotes

"Prayer sustains us, empowers us and is the essence of our ministry."

- Sister Lois Didson, r.c.

MEET THE STAFF

Sister Kathryn Madden r.c.
Local Leader
Sr. Kathryn completed spiritual direction training at Creighton University and the Center for Religious Development. She is particularly drawn to the beauty of the Christian contemplative tradition.
Sister Margaret  Rohde, r.c.
Director of Ministry
Sr. Margaret was a chaplain and spiritual director for five years at
a recovery treatment center in Florida. She offers 12-Step support and is trained to give the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. She is experienced in grief support. She is a guest director at other retreat
centers. She is attracted to silent, contemplative prayer.
Sister Judith  Osterburg, r.c., M. Div.
Sr. Judith has been involved in retreat work for over 25 years. She has been involved in spiritual direction, directing the Spiritual Exercises, directed retreats, as well as other retreats. Sr. Judith is a supervisor of spiritual directors and has been on the staff of a Spiritual Direction Training Program here on Long Island.
Sister Elenore  Woronick, r.c.
Sr. Ellenore has been trained in spiritual direction and the  Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. She has experience in the ministries of spiritual direction, directed retreats, days of prayer, as well as Retreat in Everyday Life according to the Spiritual Exercises.
Sister Kathy  Scott, r.c.
Sr. Kathy has a B.A. in Education, from Molloy College. and an M.A. in Special Education. She is certified in spiritual direction from the Center for Religious Development.
Sister Mary  Spratt, r.c.
Sr. Mary has extensive experience in the ministries of retreats and spiritual direction in the United States and Africa. Sr. Mary has earned a Master’s Degree in Pastoral Counseling and also a Masters of
Divinity Degree.
Rev. Larry  Lewis, M.M., Ph.D
Fr. Larry is a Maryknoll priest who served in Taiwan and China. He coordinated a Project in cooperation with Bishops in China that educates sisters and priests from China to better serve the Church
there. He holds a Doctorate in spirituality from Duquesne University.