Conversations during the Pandemic: Where is God in this Experience? Part 2
Hosted by Glastonbury Abbey

Resuming Life in the “New Normal”: Mental and Spiritual Considerations

Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2020, 7:00-8:30 p.m. 


Resuming Life in the “New Normal”: Mental and Spiritual Considerations

We will talk about the upheaval, spiritual and mental health adjustments necessitated by the current crisis and highlight the strengths and vulnerabilities elicited from this experience.

How has your relationship with God grown or diminished during this experience?

Abrupt change and adaptation to new routines, social isolation and cautionary measures create uncertainty as we move into the “new normal.” We will talk about concrete approaches to promoting individual and family mental health.

This facilitated conversation will be led by Mary Rita Weschler, CSJA, and Kathleen Hagerty, CSJ, of the Women’s Table, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph.    

Programs are free of charge, but donations are deeply appreciated!
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   Sr Kathleen Hagerty, CSJ
Kathleen Hagerty, CSJ is a Sister of St. Joseph of Boston. She holds a B.A. from Regis College and a M.A. in Theology from Emmanuel College in Boston as well as a M.A. in Christian Spirituality from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Kathleen Hagerty, CSJ, conducts seminars on aging and spirituality, as well as other kinds of workshops and retreats.

Mary Rita Weschler, CSJA
Mary Rita Weschler, CSJA, is an Associate of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. Mary Rita holds a BS in Special education, Deaf Studies. MA in Special Education, Parent-Infant Education for Deaf. MA in Counseling Psychology. She is the director of The Women’s Table, a ministry supported by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston dedicated to empowering women through meaningful connections, supportive Circles, retreats and enrichment programs. Mary Rita has extensive experience working with individuals and families in a range of educational settings. She is married and has two adult daughters, both of whom she’s very proud!