Themes for Journey Groups
Our Journey Group Program is available to students for all four years of their enrollment with the college. Following a four year guide students participating in the Journey Group Program will encounter structured reflections designed specifically for their level of schooling.
Spiritual Autobiography: Where Have I Been? Where am I Going?
- Opening Session: Connecting and Re-connecting
- Who am I? Retracing my Life Journey
- Who am I to Myself and Others?
Hospitality: Receiving Reality during Transitions
- Balance: Holy Leisure and Activity
- Exploring My Path
- Friendship and Faith
- How have I changed? Leaving the Beginnings
Discernment and Decisions: How Do I Sort Out Options? What Tools Do I Need?
- Learning to Live with Paradox and Mystery
- Voices of God and Self
- How Do I Know? Tradition and Personal Decisions
- Action and Contemplation
Listening: Paying Attention to God, Self, and Others
- Prayer, Restlessness, and Desire - Listening to God
- Daily Encounters - Listening to Others
- Self-care - Listening to my Body
- Self and Others in the World - Listening to Culture
Vocation Issues: What is Important to Me? To What am I called to Do and Be?
- The Vocation to Love
- The Vocation to Learn
- The Vocation to Lead
- The Vocation to Serve
Community: Living Well as Women and Men in Family, Church, and Society
- Gender and Work
- Gender and Family Life
- Gender and Society
- Gender and the Churches
Navigating Transitions and Change with Wisdom
- Change and Possibility in Transitions
- Making Sense of Transitions: The Past Serves the Present
- The Gift of Guides who Walk with Us?
- Asknowledging and Giving Thanks
Stability and Commitment: Healing and Choosing in a Life Well-Lived
- Wounded and Healed, We Journey to God with Others
- Bringing God's Reconciling Love to the World
- Setting Our Hearts on Things that Matter
- Moving Forward