Prayer Programs

Saint Joseph Spiritual Ministries

637 Cambridge Street, Brighton, MA 02035

In keeping with our desire to share our spiritual gifts and resources with others, Morning, Afternoon, 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: free or free will donation.

It is with great disappointment that due to Covid-19 and the unpredictability of being able to meet in person we will be offering various virtual prayer opportunities.  For more information e-mail~spiritual.ministries@csjboston.org~or call 781-227-4730

2022

Traditional Lace Making Lessons

Presenter: Ann Kaufmann, CSJ

Monday, July 18th – Friday, July 22nd, 2022
OR
Monday, July 25th – Friday, July 29th, 2022

Come all day…Choose mornings or afternoons or a mixture…
Attend as many days as are convenient.

Classes in person, following CDC guidelines
St. Joseph Spirituality Center, 71 Walnut Park in Newton.

Experienced lace makers and those new to the art are welcome.
There are only two openings for beginners with a waiting list if necessary.

Fee: $50 or free-will donation.

For more information, please contact S. Ann Kaufmann, ann.kaufmann@csjboston.org.

To register, call 781-227-4730 or e-mail spiritual.ministries@csjboston.org.

Due to Covid-19 precautions, if you are not vaccinated, we respectfully ask that you wear a mask.

Sr. Ann Kaufmann, CSJ, a former first-grade teacher, received a Masters of Religious Education and has been ministering as DRE in a small Hispanic Parish in Santa Rosa, NM, for more than four decades. During a pilgrimage to LePuy, France, where the Sisters of St. Joseph were founded in 1650, she observed bobbin lace making firsthand. Three months later she attended the first of three lace-making retreats in Concordia, KS, and continued a year of weekly lessons in Albuquerque. She has been self-taught since and delights in volunteering to show people the basics of lace making following the lessons in “Beginner’s Guide to Bobbin Lace” by Dye and Thunder and offers other patterns as well.