St. Clare Study Day
Location: Solanus Casey Center, 1780 Mount Elliott Street, Detroit, MI 48207
Join us for a Franciscan day of study and reflection on the life and spirituality of St. Clare of Assisi. Capuchin Bro. Bill Hugo, co-author of, Studying the Life of Saint Clare of Assisi: A Beginner's Workbook, that accompanies Clare of Assisi: Early Documents, will facilitate discussion and study on this vital saint in the Franciscan tradition.
The cost of the day is a $20 suggested donation. Copies of the source material and workbook will be available for purchase at the Solanus Casey Center gift shop at a 30% discount when purchased together.
For more information please call 313.579.2100 ext. 149.
- 9:30am - Continental Breakfast
- 10am - Prayer
- 10:30 -12:15 Morning sessions
- 12:15 - Lunch (included)
- 1:15- 3:30 Afternoon sessions
- 4pm Mass satisfying Sunday obligation
About the workbook:
This one-of-a-kind resource helps readers discover St. Clare through a series of crisp chapters that first teach them about the sources for St. Clare's life and writings and then apply that knowledge to manageable topics from her life. The book provides also an important introduction to feminine spirituality and religious life options for Medieval women.
About the Authors:
Br. William Hugo, OFM Cap. has ministered in initial formation and vocation promotion for thirty-eight years. He currently directs his province's Office of International Collaboration and ministers in the Solanus Casey Center in Detroit. He is a member of the Midwest Capuchin Province of St. Joseph (USA).
Sr. Joanne Schatzlein, OSF a member of the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in Milwaukee, is liaison to congregationally sponsored ministries and leads pilgrimages to Rome and Assisi. She has served in congregational leadership.