The Enneagram:

Discovering Our True Selves Before God


A One-Day Workshop

When: Saturday, September 30, 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Spirituality Center, 71 Walnut Park, Newton
Presenter: Gail O’Donnell, RSCJ

The late Dag Hammarskjold wrote, “The longest journey is the journey inwards.”

During the workshop, Gail will give presentations on each of the nine personality types in the Enneagram. Reflection questions will be offered to help each participant identify his or her number. An appreciation for why we act the way we do, as well as why others act differently, can serve to facilitate reconciliation within ourselves, our relationships and the communities in which we live.

Suggested Donation: $65, includes lunch.

Register by:
calling 781-227-4730 or emailing
Plenty of spots left!

Come 15 minutes early for refreshments.

Gail O’Donnell is a Religious of the Sacred Heart. She has her Master’s in Divinity from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology and has been doing spiritual direction and giving retreats for many years. Gail has been in leadership positions for her Congregation and been involved with “Formation work” on the National and International level. Gail has been giving Enneagram workshops since 1980.