In this issue:
- Live Presentation by Richard Rohr on his book
- October Seminar on Falling Upward
- New seminar on Spiritual Care of the Psychiatric Patient
- October Seminars open for Registration
- Fall membership campaign
Fall is finally here in North America, and we can’t be more excited about our October line-up of seminars and opportunities to connect.
Internationally known speaker, author, and expert in spirituality, Richard Rohr, O.F.M., will introduce his book Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life and answer questions from on-line participants on Tuesday, October 13, at 7 PM EDT. Rohr is a Franciscan friar and ordained Catholic priest who has published over thirty books. It is just $10 to REGISTER NOW for this exciting presentation and discussion. (Choose the presentation only.)
Seminar and Presentation on Falling Upward. In his book, Falling Upward: Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life, Fr. Richard Rohr explores what he calls the two halves of life. Join us for a three-week facilitated discussion of this book following his live presentation. Members and non-members may participate. Read More.
Spiritual Care of the Psychiatric Patient, a new seminar from the Oates Institute. This new seminar features the Rev. Dr. R. Dale McAbee as facilitator. The focus for this seminar is on wholeness. What we mean by wholeness is the integration of psychology and spirituality in the quest for well-being. Read More.
October Seminars are now open for registration. We have a great lineup for October, including some of our favorites (in addition to the two new ones above):
Go ONLINE now to register at oates.org
Fall membership campaign. Membership is how we stay involved and keep informed. Continuing Education, like that provided at the Oates Institute, is a lifelong pursuit. Here at the Oates Institute we are thrilled to offer seminars, presentations, and all sort of study aids for spiritual caregivers of all kinds, doctors, nurses, pastors, chaplains, and many others all are part of this international community. Join us NOW.
PARTICIPATE! Become a part of the Oates Institute. If you would like to contribute to the work of the Oates Institute in a financial way, please DONATE HERE. If you are interested in writing or helping with our expanding web site, contact [email protected]. If you are interested in becoming part of planning or board work, please contact our Executive Director, Rick Underwood, at [email protected]