You are invited to 
A Morning of Prayer

“Give Me a Drink” (John 4:7) 

Monday, January 13, 2020
9:45 AM to 12 Noon
at the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse Chapel
637 Cambridge St., Brighton, MA

Jesus’ conversation with the Woman at the Well in John’s Gospel provides the basis for our conversation today. We are invited to enter into that experience, and to answer questions such as: “Who is thirsty?” and “What do you carry with you to the well?”

There will be time for personal reflection, prayer and sharing in a safe and congenial environment.

Presenters: 
Linda Boothroyd, CSJ Agregee
Joanne Maulden, CSJ Agregee

All are welcome!

TO REGISTER: Contact
St. Joseph Spiritual Ministries
637 Cambridge St.
Brighton, MA 02135
781-227-4730 or
spiritual.ministries@csjoston.org

In keeping with our desire to share our spiritual gifts and resources with others, Morning and Evenings of Prayer are offered. These prayer experiences include a presentation on a particular theme, time for quiet prayer and reflection, an opportunity to share and a communal closing prayer.  Simple hospitality is part of each gathering. 
Suggested Donation: $20

Linda Boothroyd, CSJ Agrégée
Linda is mother to five adult children and grandmother of eight. Linda directed the First Eucharist Religious Education Program for eighteen years in her home parish and the RCIA program for five years. Linda has worked for many years in various locations in the Archdiocese of Boston including Pope Saint John XXIII National Seminary and Campion Renewal Center. Her present ministry is with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston in the office of Peace and Justice and the Women’s Table. Linda is an agrégée of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston.

 

Joanne Maulden, CSJ Agrégée
Joanne Mauldin, from Holliston, MA, is a mother of two and “Glammy” of an adorable grandson. Professionally, Joanne has been a registered nurse for 52 years, specializing in geriatric nursing in various medical facilities. She has spent the last 16 years as Health Care Coordinator for the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. For 9 years, Joanne has been in relationship with the CSJs as an associate. Presently she is an agrégée and professed her Vow of Fidelity, on June 30, 2019 as a way of continuing to live out the Charism and Mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston