Women’s Conference of Healing and Forgiveness
Renewed by His Love
May 4-6, 2023
We’re glad you’re here…
As women, we tend to put everyone else’s needs ahead of our own and, sometimes, that includes our spiritual needs.
We all have something in our lives that is broken — that needs to be mended, fixed or healed. When we turn to Jesus and align our hearts and minds with Him and trust in His mercy, He comes to us and wraps His arms lovingly around us. He gently reminds us that “together, we can fix this!” Christ can heal broken relationships with God, broken relationships with others and broken parts of ourselves.
Come join us and experience the Divine Mercy and power of Christ’s healing and forgiveness in your life.
The 3-day Women’s Conference of Healing and Forgiveness, entitled “Renewed by His Love,” will be held May 4-6, 2023 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Lenexa, Kansas.
The conference will include:
- Inspirational guest speakers
- Candlelight Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
- Opportunities to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation
- A wine and cheese social event on Friday evening
- Mass offered by Archbishop Joseph Naumann at 4 p.m. on Saturday
The fee to attend the conference is $85. The conference is free for religious sisters and consecrated women. Scholarships are available for women in financial need. Donations are greatly appreciated and will allow us to impact the lives of more women in our community by keeping the cost of the conference affordable.
We encourage you to please pray about inviting a friend or two. You’ll be amazed at the power and impact of a prayerful invitation!
“Daughter, your faith has made you well;
go in peace and be healed. . . .”
Sr. Bethany Madonna
Your worth doesn’t come from what you can do, or how much money you make, or who your friends are. God loves you for you. But in the ups and downs of life, it’s easy to forget that. That’s why Jesus invites you: Come. Look deeper. Re-encounter your own goodness. Receive the Love that frees you to live in the truth of who you are. Sister Bethany Madonna,...
Fr. Joel Haug
We have all been hurt. Our hurt often leads us to hurt our relationship with God, others, and ourselves. Hurt people hurt people. When we are Renewed by His Love, we are set free from being controlled by unforgiveness, sins, and the lies we believe about ourselves. We are healed, and we empower others to find healing in Jesus. Healed people heal people....
The goal of our sexual humanity is to know we each are a good gift to others and to offer that gift wisely and well. Andrew Comiskey, M. Div., has worked extensively with the healing of the sexually and relationally broken. He is the director of Desert Stream/Living Waters Ministries (which he founded in 1980), a multi-faceted outreach to the broken....
Renewed by His Love
Thursday, May 4th
“Restored in His Love”
Opportunity for Confession
EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Adoration by Candlelight
Prayers available by Prayer Teams & Deacons
Friday, May 5th
Optional Encounter KC Session 2:30 pm to 4 pm
Healing Wounded Memories Tool
Participants will be equipped with a tool for healing wounded memories in their life. The session will be composed of a teaching on this tool. There will be a live stage demonstration. The session will close with the opportunity to practice the tool with a partner.
Presenter: Eric Wombwell – Director of Encounter School of Ministry Kansas City
Divine Praises, Confession, Prayer Warriors, Meditation time
Saturday, May 6th
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Holy Trinity On-Site Map & Directions
The majority of the 3-day conference will take place inside the beautiful Holy Trinity Catholic Church located at 13615 W. 92 nd Street in Lenexa, Kansas.
Conference participants may park in the main church parking lot, the parking lots around Holy Trinity Grade School, along the east side of Park Street (between 92nd Street and 93rd Street), and in the grass lot (weather permitting) located south of the main church parking lot.