March 9, 2021 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
A Day of Reflection for Men & Women
Forgiveness is so often a struggle. What does it mean to “forgive one another as God has forgiven you in Christ” (Eph. 4:32)? We will explore forgiveness of God, self, and others in this day of prayer focused on the humility and grace needed to authentically forgive and be forgiven.
Program Cost: $60.00 (includes Lunch)
Rachel Forton currently serves as Communications Coordinator for Bellarmine. She is a graduate of Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa and holds a BA in Public Relations and Theology with a concentration in Catholic Studies. Rachel's ministry experience includes coordinating and facilitating Kairos high school retreats, Antioch college retreats, and leading small group Bible studies. She is currently an intern in Bellarmine's Spiritual Direction Training Program. Rachel lives in Palatine, Illinois with her husband and young daughter.
Originally from the Chicago area, Nathaniel converted to Catholicism while at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa on track and football scholarships. He spent a year with the Dominican Order discerning religious life, taught for 3 years at Columbus Catholic High in Waterloo, Iowa, completed a Masters in Theology and served in Campus Ministry and Student Life at Loras College. He now teaches theology and coaches football at Wahlert Catholic High in Dubuque, Iowa. With many insights into life and faith, Nathaniel is a spiritual director who speaks at many events and retreats.