Finding Hope in Dark Times

Les Miller leads a series of reflections on Sunday evenings between Christmas and Lent. “Finding Hope in Dark Times” will help us to give each other spiritual support during these hard times. A Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the first session. 

January 10, 2021 – Nurturing Hope in the Middle of a Storm: Visio Divina of Rembrandt’s Storm on the Sea of Galilee

January 17, 2021 – Nurturing Hope among Nature: The restorative power of God’s Creation 


January 24, 2021 – Nurturing Hope through Creativity: Finding resilience in creating arts and crafts

January 31, 2021 – Nurturing Hope through Beauty: Opening our senses to God’s language

February 7, 2021 – Nurturing Hope through Justice: Ways of supporting our neighbours in these difficult times

With thanks to Sharon Gusz

Published by lesmiller.ca

Les Miller is the former Religious Education Coordinator of the York Catholic District School Board and the recipient of the CARFLEO 2009 Archbishop Pocock Award for Excellence in Religious Education. He teaches at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and is a well-respected presenter and workshop facilitator.

2 thoughts on “Finding Hope in Dark Times

  1. Les this is wonderful!!!! May I share the email with others… Or do you expect to have a big response from OLQW?

    I hear that you connected with Sylvia… Glad that worked out…

    Sadly I heard this morning that Ivana Todd, my partner in crime (co-chair of ARYCT) received a positive COVID test result… she is even more worried about her husband than herself as he has many health issues…and has been coughing constantly… he and their son are heading off to get tested today…

    Trying times!! Sharon

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