SJC

CSA Western Regional Conference

    Date: October 13 - 15, 2017
Location: St. Joseph's College
University of Alberta
Cost: $50

Conference Itinerary

Presenters


    Mary Matchee

Date: Friday October 13 
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: St. Joseph's College Chapel 

Biography
Mary Matchee of Matchee Consulting/Urban Indianz & Rez Kidz Clothing is a woman of strength, compassion and integrity. Her personal experience with residential schools, her journey, and ultimately, her faith provide the foundation upon which she celebrates life with her family and her God. Mary is committed to promoting knowledge and awareness of past and current issues within her Aboriginal communities and beyond. She was the Aboriginal Resource Manager for Catholic Social Services in Edmonton. Mary is proud to share her story with our conference.




    Jennifer Roesler

Date: Saturday October 14
Time: 9:30 AM
Location: St. Joseph's College Chapel 

Biography
Jennifer Roesler is the personification of courage, grace, and faith. Challenged with health issues that would defeat most of us, she has defied the odds more than once all the while maintaining a positive, happy, optimistic view of life supported by her deep commitment to her faith. Her presentation is grounded in her life experiences. Jennifer is currently completing a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Alberta.



    Theresa Robinson, MDiv

Date: Saturday October 14
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: St. Joseph's College Chapel 

Biography
Theresa Robinson is member of the St Joseph’s College Campus Ministry Team. Theresa earned her Master of Divinity from Newman Theological College. Her passion for others shines through in her work with the students at SJC, creating sacred spaces for reflection, providing opportunities for discourse, and being present for those who need someone to hear them. Theresa will be exploring the Comprehensive Campus Ministry Wheel.




    Spiritual Journaling
Hailey Siracky, MI

Date: Saturday October 14
Time: 1:15 PM
Location: St. Joseph's College Chapel              

Biography
Hailey Siracky, M.I. has a Masters of Information from the University of Toronto, where she studied information & spirituality, and researched the spiritual journal-keeping practices among Catholic young adults. Her talk gives practical tips, from both her research and her own life, on how keeping a journal can be a valuable way of engaging with the mystery of God.