Saint Joseph Spiritual Ministries presents…

A Reflection Series: Aging Gracefully — Part 2


“Long life is the newest, unique, untapped resource, gift, and creative challenge of the 21st century.”

Presenter: Kathleen Hagerty, CSJ

When: Thursday Mornings in April and May from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (specified below)

April 13, April 20, April 27, May 4, May 11, 2023

Where: St. Joseph Spirituality Center
71 Walnut Park, Newton

This Part Two series for those in mid-life and later years will consider the aging process as a time of transition and new life. As a group, we will continue to build community and grow psychologically and spiritually. If you are in transition, mid-life or later years, facing retirement or just desirous of further growth, this series is for you!

If you would like to attend this series and did not attend Part One, please know you are most welcome! We are open to all participants who are interested.

Suggested Donation:

$25 per session, $75 for the series.

To Register:

call 781-227-4730
or email

Due to Covid-19 precautions, if you are not vaccinated, we respectfully ask that you wear a mask.
Come 15 minutes early for refreshments.

Contact us at St. Joseph Spiritual Ministries
71 Walnut Park, Newton, Massachusetts 02458
781-227-4730 |


Kathleen Hagerty, CSJ is a Sister of St. Joseph of Boston. She holds a M.A. in Religious Education from Emmanuel College and a M.A. in Christian Spirituality from Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska. She is also a NACC Certified Chaplain. Kathleen is a certified Mid-Life Directions Consultant, an international group who conduct aging programs for mid-life and older adults throughout the U.S. and abroad. Kathleen has been an educator and administrator. She recently served as an Interfaith Chaplain for the State of Massachusetts in an inpatient locked clinical setting for fourteen years. Currently, Kathleen conducts workshops on aging and spirituality and does Spiritual Direction and conducts retreats in the New England area.

St. Joseph Spiritual Ministries, founded and supported by the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston,
welcomes women and men of all faith traditions and cultures who seek a deeper relationship with God, self and all creation.
In collaboration with other dedicated people we are committed to offering spiritual direction and diverse spiritual opportunities
in various locations for individuals and groups.