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March 1, 2011 Vol. 25, No. 1 [p. 1]

February 10th- winter

February 15th- spring

Clare

From Winter to Spring in One Week

On February 10 we had 4 inches of snow- that's quite a snowfall for this part of Mississippi! But spring was not to be outdone by a little winter weather. Now the spring flowers are determined to bud forth- and the humans are getting interested in pruning!!

Our pecan crop this year netted us 160 pounds- which, after cracking, gave us approximately 30 pounds of meats. Not as many as some years in the past but considering the drought of last summer, the trees made a valiant effort. Of course, we can only guess how many squirrels fed their families before we got there!!

Many thanks to all who have donated their time and services in so many ways. Many have helped us with mailings and with the yard work. Many have served on committees and helped us plan and dream. Some of you have donated materials for the people in Honduras- ready for when Mary goes in July.

From the Kitchen---
When you register for a retreat, please let us know if you have any food allergies or if you are a vegetarian- even if you have told us in the past, notify us each retreat, please!

For the kitchen---
We so appreciate any casseroles, bread, soups or surprises that you could donate for our food service.

Hermitages are often available during the week and on weekends when we have groups in Umbria. Give us a call to check on this- when you want to get away to be still.

A Glimpse of Mardi Gras Drawdown

The band helped set the mood.

February 4, 2011- Despite the horrible weather leading up to the day (what can we expect- its the first weekend of February!) over 80 brave party-goers gathered at the Lee Home for a great party, fantastic food, good music, and the hope of prizes.

Guitarists Tom Hannigan, Ed Swain, Larry Priest, and drummer Bob Damm entertained us with oldies but goodies with perfect voice and rhythm.

Since the lights were low for a perfect atmosphere, all the photos I took were too dark to be included here. However, the highlights of the evening were the good food organized by Karen Henry and all her generous cooks who donated the hors d'oeuvres, the wine served by Toney Torrez, the beer donated by St. Joe K C s and the many prizes prepared by the Dwelling Place. Decorations by Anna House and Jean Wrather put us in the spirit of Mardi Gras.

Of course, the main event was the drawdown for the $2500. The last ticket drawn (which was the last ticket sold) was that of Joe Johnson of Vicksburg, a young minister who leads a house church. Even though all 190 of us lost, we were happy for him.


Round and About

February at The Dwelling Place

Mark your Calendars for Sept. 10, 2011

The Dwelling Place will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary!! Bishop Latino will celebrate Mass at 11:00 a.m., and dinner will be served under the tent at 1:00. Check the June newsletter for details.

The Lord continues to draw people here from all over the United States and the globe!! During these past months we have had retreatants from Florida, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and South Dakota, besides our neighboring states of Alabama and Louisiana.

(l to r) standing: Mary, Clare seated: Elaine Fish, Joan Bartik, and Jean Haspeslagh

We have had inquiries from many in the Northeast, but I believe they think M S is Massachusetts. However, the most unusual guests came from Denmark: Suni and Fatima Andersen! It is amazing that they found this little place.

Old Friends Share Old Times at the Bakery

Before returning home after our Christmas party, long time community members Elaine Fish, Joan Bartik, and Jean Haspeslagh joined Mary and Clare for breakfast. Jean has been dealing with cancer for some time, and it was great to come together again.


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Newsletter

June 1, 2011 Vol. 25, No. 2

Dear Friends of The Dwelling Place,

(l to r), front row, Mary, Sr. Maribeth, and Sr. Margie with students from Mount Marty College.

Greetings from the part of Mississippi that was not touched by hurricanes, tornadoes, or floods. We are truly blessed. The recent tornadoes came toward us- and the skies parted like the waves of the Red Sea- and went to the north and the south, doing untold damage in their paths.

Our Mount Marty volunteers saw all sides of the Macon jail/library.

We were blessed also by the generosity of the students from Mount Marty College, Yankton, South Dakota, who volunteered here for a week. Well, they didn't work all the time. In the photo at the left, they are shown in the Macon jail/library, in their cell waiting to walk the 13 steps to the gallows!!

Well, they did get a reprieve and offered service in Macon, Columbus and at The Dwelling Place. We are always so appreciative for their service and joyful spirit. Our old friend, Jack Zimmerman, came from Tennessee to help, too.

Sr. Margaret Feldner, O S F

Sr. Margie Leaves Staff

A major change to our staff in March was the departure of Sr. Margie from our staff. We are grateful for all she added to our ministry while she was here- the last that of procuring a $20,000 grant from the Koch Foundation of Gainesville, Florida for reburbishing the dining room.

After the removal of the old trailer, extensive work had to be done in utilities and structure. The Koch Foundation has been generous to us several times in the past, also. We are grateful to Sr. Margie for her perseverance in all her grant writing.

Clare

A fresh look for Clare House.


Hermitages Receive a Face-lift

Hermitages Maria House and Clare House are receiving major 'make-overs' this spring.

Since 1993, due to the soil shifts, cracks have formed near the windows. Maurice Miller repaired the cracks and remudded the areas. Our task was to re-paint!

Clare House, pictured right, has been completed. Since this (printed) newsletter is not in color, you are not treated to the beautiful mauve colored walls. Everything looks like new!

Francis House cracks are the next to be dealt with. All three will have a new look! Now when the posts on the porches are painted they will really look snazzy!

Memorial Bricks

The Dwelling Place Capital Campaign Phase II

Good news for those of you who ordered memorial bricks as part of our Capital Campaign, Phase II: the order has been sent in and we should be receiving the bricks soon.

Our next step is to find a good brick layer. We have the site, a St. Francis statue, and some beautiful shrubs to decorate the area. Thank you to all who donated. $14, 500 was received.

Bequests

Stocks

We can now accept stocks through an account set up with Financial Concepts in Columbus, Mississippi. If interested, contact The Dwelling Place for more information.

Have you considered a bequest to The Dwelling Place? A few of our donors have remembered our retreat center in their wills. If you are considering this, you can do it very easily by including one of the following legal phrases in your will or trust:

“I give, devise or bequeath to The Dwelling Place, 2824 Dwelling Place Road, Brooksville, Mississippi 39739 for its general purposes all (or state fraction or percentage) of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, both real or personal.”

or

“I give and bequeath the sum of $_______dollars to be used for the general purposes of The Dwelling Place, 2824 Dwelling Place Road, Brooksville, Mississippi 39739.”


Round and About

With the Mississippi Highway Department planning to 4-lane Highway 45 near us, we are faced with the task of putting up new signs to direct people here. Our present sign is showing wear and is now, or will be, on the median!

We will need two signs eventually, but for now, our immediate task is to finish one for the north bound lanes. We have gratefully received donations for that sign. We had hoped we could erect the sign on Mississippi state farm property, but that is not allowed so we are checking with a farmer a little further from the corner.

Octoberfest

October 8, 2011

St. Joseph Church, Starkville, Mississippi

Bring your family for a day of fun and food.

Mark your Calendars for September 10, 2011

25 years

For 25 years God has worked miracles at The Dwelling Place- in peoples' lives and in sustaining the very existence of this ministry.

Join us on September 10th to celebrate the first 25 years. Bishop Latino and Bishop William Houck will celebrate Mass at 11:00 a.m., and dinner will be served under the tent at 1:00.

Memorials List

Friends of the Dwelling Place make donations in memory of a deceased family member or friend or in honor of a friend at the time of an anniversary, birthday, or special occasion.

We remember your loved ones in community prayer, masses, and good works of the Dwelling Place (this does not include names from our Brick Fundraiser).

IN MEMORY OF

Betty Betz by Carlyle & Richard Wolfe
Joe Reznicek by Mary Ann Dee
Judy Childers by Mary Ann Dee
Sue Millender by Mr. & Mrs. Billy Nesbit
Sue Millender by Karen Ketler
Sue Millender by her family
Sr. Maggie by Anne Blazejak
Ronald Krier by Virginia Krier
Ronald Krier by Martin & Bonnie Simon
Nancy Kolb by Mary Ann Dee
Jean Kelley by Marmion Walsh
Jean Mertz by Jean Esswein
Jean Mertz by Richard & Gloria Stennet
Jean Mertz by Leornard & Carolyn King
Jean Mertz by Gilbert & Diane Beeson
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel R. Cain, Jr. by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
Mrs. Cilia Brown by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
Mrs. Jane Wolfe by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
Mr. & Mrs. Berke Shackleford by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
Mr. & Mrs. George Walker by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
Miss Catherine Crocker by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
Mr. Wilson Lutz by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe
CJ Casey by Gert Van Lent
Marilyn Horrell by her family
Jack Murrell by Morag Burgess Sell
George Mohr by Todd & Julie Shockley
Mark Barge by Richard & Inez Barge
Duwayne Krier by Ronald & Mary Krier
Barbara Church by her family
Joan Harp by Cliff Harp
Cyndy McGuire’s Mom by Mary Ann Dee
Al Wyman's father by Mary Ann Dee
Cyndy McGuire’s mom by Clare Van Lent & Mary Horrell
Al Wyman's father by Clare Van Lent & Mary Horrell
Cyndy’s mom by Angela Dee
Al’s dad by Angela Dee
Gale Ammerman by Angela Dee
Fr. John’s father by Angela Dee
Fr. John’s father by Angela Dee
Fr. John’s father by Mary Ann Dee
Fr. John’s grandmother by Angela Dee
Al Wyman’s father by Mary Ann Dee
Robert Hugh Kirsey by Mary Ann Dee
Raymond Orgler by Angela Dee
Katherine & Toliver Lipsey by Angela Dee

IN HONOR OF

Karen Ketler by Sue Millender
Gert Van Lent by Mary Hasselmann
Becky Hasselmann by Gert Van Lent
Clara Hicks by Eugenia Summer
Clara Hicks by Jenny Mahoney
Clara Hicks by Karen Henry
Clara Hicks by JoAnn Walk Ferguson
Clara Hicks by Elaine Evans
Clara Hicks by Carl & Karen Doumit
Marvin Peyton by Rhonda Rodriguez
Morag Burgess-Sell by Linda Breazeale
Friends of Eulalie & John Davis
Jimmy & JoAnn Graham by GT Radiology Clinic
Rwth Ashton by Sandra & Kenneth Perry
Friends of Betty Daughty
Friends & Family of Todd & Julie Shockley
Gert Van Lent by Tom & Lois Van Lent
Children of Gert Van Lent by Gert Van Lent
Mary Hooper by Central United Methodist Church
Rwth Ashton by Lisa M. Womack
In Thanksgiving for our friends by Richard & Carlyle Wolfe


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Newsletter

September 19, 2011 Vol. 25, No. 3
25th Anniversary

25th Anniversary Celebration

September 10 was a joyful day here at The Dwelling Place as we celebrated 25 years of ministry in the Golden Triangle with nearly 100 friends, retreatants, and supporters.

Rev. Houck, Fr. Shelton, and Fr. Bohn joined Bishop Latino.


The Most Rev. Joseph Latino, bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Jackson, joined by The Most Rev. William Houck, retired bishop of Jackson, Fr. Henry Shelton and Fr. John Bohn celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving for those gathered at the celebration.

Bishop Latino

“We are gathered here to praise the Lord for the 25 years the Dwelling Place has been here for those looking for respite,” said Bishop Latino. “I commend those who had the dream, the courage and the faith to organize this place. I also commend those who support the Dwelling Place with prayers and offerings.”

The choir from St. Joseph Church in Starkville conducted by Rose Sisson led us in song during the Mass.

Karen McFadyen studies the history display.

John and Pat Maloney

The staff joins Bishop Houck and Bishop Latino at the end of the day. Praise God for these 25 years!.

25th Anniversary

The Mass was followed by hors d'oeuvres and a delicious meal. All was prepared and donated by associates and friends. The food as well as all the other preparations and celebration itself would have been impossible without the generosity of so many supporters.

25th Anniversary

After the meal Clare, Mary, and Bishop Houck gave reflections from the quarter century of ministry here.

"God doesn’t need super-apostles; He just needs obedient ones,” reflected Clare, founder and director. “God is faithful and calls us to ruthless trust in His design for this ministry.”

"Our website has broadened our visibility and increased our number of retreatants. In addition to Mississippi and our neighboring states, we also have regular visitors from other states,” she said. “We are always looking for needs that we can meet through a variety of retreats. Many of our retreats deal with healing from losses, abuse or addictions, as well as spiritual direction to draw people closer to God.”


Many Hands Make Light Work

Eileen Ackerman (left) and Karen Henry

JoAnn Kitchens (left) and Monika Beatty

Joan Bartik (left) and Mary Etheridge

Jim Kitchens

Memorial Bricks

Good news for those of you who ordered memorial bricks as part of our Capital Campaign, Phase II: the order has been sent in and we should be receiving the bricks soon.

Our next step is to find a good brick layer. We have the site, a St. Francis statue, and some beautiful shrubs to decorate the area. Thank you to all who donated. $14, 500 was received.

Bequests

Stocks

We can now accept stocks through an account set up with Financial Concepts in Columbus, Mississippi. If interested, contact The Dwelling Place for more information.

Have you considered a bequest to The Dwelling Place? A few of our donors have remembered our retreat center in their wills. If you are considering this, you can do it very easily by including one of the following legal phrases in your will or trust:

“I give, devise or bequeath to The Dwelling Place, 2824 Dwelling Place Road, Brooksville, Mississippi 39739 for its general purposes all (or state fraction or percentage) of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, both real or personal.”

or

“I give and bequeath the sum of $_______dollars to be used for the general purposes of The Dwelling Place, 2824 Dwelling Place Road, Brooksville, Mississippi 39739.”

Oktober Fest, 2011

St. Joseph Parish, Starkville, October 8, 11:00 to 3:00

German food, pastries and drinks, Pre-Read Books sale, Kids games, Bingo

Fantastic Raffle- prizes include:

Wanted: Pre-Read Books

Do you have any used books in your home that you would like to share with others? Just donate them for a book sale as part of the Oktober Fest. Chlldrens books, novels, classics are all accepted. Drop them off at the office of Dr. Francis Baird at 815, 2nd Ave. N. in Columbus or 203 East Main in Starkville. Thanks much.


Dwelling Place Marks 25 Years

In keeping with the celebration of our 25th, our friend and supporter, Linda Breazeale, submitted the following news release to several local papers in Mississippi. It's scheduled to appear in Mississippi Catholic on Friday, September 23rd. Thanks so much, Linda, for your efforts.

BROOKSVILLE– Supporters of a retreat center dedicated to hospitality and prayer converged on the site on Sept. 10 to celebrate 25 years of ministry in the Golden Triangle.

“God doesn’t need super-apostles; He just needs obedient ones,” Clare Van Lent, founder and director of the Dwelling Place shared as she reflected to the nearly 100 people present. “God is faithful and calls us to ruthless trust in His design for this ministry.”

The Dwelling Place provides an informal, bed and breakfast-style setting near Brooksville in Noxubee County for people who want to get away, be still, and reflect on their faith or a variety of issues impacting their lives. Those who come on retreats differ in their backgrounds and religious traditions, but all are seeking peace, joy or healing.

The Most Rev. Joseph Latino, bishop with the Catholic Diocese of Jackson,celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving for those gathered at the celebration, followed by a meal and reflections from a quarter century of ministry to people from across the country.

“We are gathered here to praise the Lord for the 25 years the Dwelling Place has been here for those looking for respite,” he said. “I commend those who had the dream, the courage and the faith to organize this place. I also commend those who support the Dwelling Place with prayers and offerings.”

The Dwelling Place is a non-profit center that is not sponsored by any outside institution and relies on donations to operate. Drawing from the Franciscan tradition, spiritual renewal is offered through prayer, spiritual counseling, and private or directed retreats.

“The Dwelling Place is blessed because the Lord dwells here. This secluded location offers a place away from the distractions of everyday life,” Latino said. “It has developed a faithful following because of how the retreat experience impacts each person here.”

The Dwelling Place came into being in response to God’s call to Clare Van Lent, who remains on the staff. In January 1987 the “house of hospitality and prayer” became a reality through the assistance of the Dubuque (Iowa) Franciscan Community and benefactors when Van Lent and Sr. Margaret Kosse arrived at the former Trappist monastery located in east central Mississippi.

“It was the middle of winter -- an old trailer with old furniture, the chapel and small library in a 17-acre bull pasture. This place seemed so desolate,” Van Lent recalled. “I’m just overwhelmed by God’s faithfulness.”

Mary Horrell, physical plant manager, now oversees the buildings and grounds that include a guest house, three hermitages, new staff quarters, a new administrative building and a renovated dining building. The grounds also have pecan and pine trees, a sacred path with Stations of the Cross and a gazebo overlooking a small pond.

Van Lent said in the early years, retreat participants were primarily from Mississippi. Today, the Internet has allowed people from across the country to come experience the Dwelling Place after finding it through its website at http://www.dwellingplace.com/.

“In addition to Mississippi and our neighboring states, we also have regular visitors from Texas, Georgia and other states,” she said. “We are always looking for needs that we can meet through a variety of retreats. Many of our retreats deal with healing from losses, abuse or addictions, as well as spiritual direction to draw people closer to God.”

For more information on the Dwelling Place, contact Sheila Avery, administrative assistant, at (662) 738-5348 or dwellpl@gmail.com.



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Newsletter

December 1, 2011 Vol. 25, No. 4

Oktober Fest... Dwelling Place Style

Oktoberfest Sweet Shoppe

Larry Hollisey peruses the preread books

The sun shone on St. Joe, Starkville that Saturday. The children's games were nestled under trees and Ann Marie Johnson, Debra Hicks and young people were kept busy with the children eagerly winning their prizes.

Outside the hall, the KCs cooked the brats. Inside Karen McFadyen and crew served them up with all the fixings.

John Maloney called bingo

Next stop was the Sweet Shoppe with Cindy Huerkamp and Rebecca Hunter displaying snacks and more. They're pictured (right) making a sale to Lynn Wyman and son, Zach.

In the background are the tables containing the silent auction. Potential buyers bid on MSU cowbells, original paintings, musical instruments, dinners and even a Mossy Oak jacket among other treasures. Linda Breazeale and Dwelling Place staff arranged the 20-some donated items for sale. That event is truly one that must return.

Then how about a good game of Bingo. John Maloney called over 30 games and gave out lots of prizes. Donations from local merchants provided some of them.

Larry Hollisey (pictured right) studies the vast assortment of 'pre-read' books that Francis and Susan Baird had attractively arranged. Wonderful bargains- though with the Kindle and Nook becoming more popular, how long will this last?

Thanks to all who participated in our Oktober Fest in any way whether you helped prepare, or came to enjoy. Thanks, also, to St. Joseph Parish, for hosting it for us. We plan an encore next year but plan to change the venue a bit and call it a Fall Festival instead. Keep posted for the date.


Celebrate Mardi Gras!

What: Dwelling Place Drawdown
Where: Lee Home, Columbus
When: Feb. 3, 2012
Time: 7-10 pm
Ticket Price: $100 (admits 2 people)
Grand Prize: $2500
Additional surprises and cash prizes

Good food, good music, good friends! (You need not be present to win the grand prize!)

OH, NO!

Yes, beginning in 2012, we are increasing the amount we ask retreatants for retreat days.

Beginning February 1, the donation we are asking is $80 per retreatant day or $160 per weekend. Day events will increase from $35 to $40 per person. This if far less than most retreat houses ask.

Our actual costs are approximately $140 per day per person. This slight increase only closes the gap a bit. The cost of utilities, insurance, upkeep of the property, along with unforeseen storm damage is continuing to rise.

We use fundraisers to close the gap and we appreciate the support you give us for these. Though we offer a spiritual ministry, the fact of the matter is we must maintain the site. We have no sponsor who provides a safety net. The donations we receive are our only support. We are grateful and pray for our donors in our daily prayer.

Seasons greetings

from all of us at

The Dwelling Place

Mary, Sheila, Clare

The Dwelling Place Offered Me
A Life-Changing Experience

Words fall short when I try to express my gratitude to the staff of The Dwelling Place and their ministry, and to describe how significantly my retreats have enriched my personal life, spiritual growth, and ministry. I can honestly and thankfully say that most of my retreats were life changing experiences.

My first retreat at The Dwelling Place was February 2001. My most recent retreat was July 2011. Between those years, I have not missed a year, and have enjoyed a retreat at the Dwelling Place eleven consecutive years.

Fr. Bob Konopa

My name is Fr. Bob Konopa. I am a Franciscan priest. My retreats were always about one week long, private, and silent. I enjoyed a comfortable and peace-filled week living in a hermitage, and I met with a director about one hour each day. The hospitality, prayerfulness, personal touch, and the country setting created an atmosphere that was relaxed and conducive to listen and be attentive to the movement and voice of the Spirit. Even the dogs, Shadow and Prince were terrific hosts.

At the end of my first retreat (February 2001) I felt quite amazed how God is so intimate and personal. My director gave me great advice. She recommended that I write down the important events, significant moments and key insights of my retreat. She told me that instead of remembering vaguely how meaningful my retreat was, that by writing down my experiences, I would have the means to specifically remember my retreat experiences. I followed her advice, and after eleven years of retreats, I have a three-ring binder filled with my retreat history at The Dwelling Place. This history and summation of my retreats are like a treasure chest that I can open periodically and look back and recall how beautifully, powerfully and tenderly God touched my life.....

At my earlier retreats, I always came with an agenda. I wanted my retreat to be a kind of problem-solving event. But quickly I realized that God is always drawing me closer, closer and deeper into Himself. When I was available and present to the presence of God so much happened. When I am present to God, all is possible because God knows what I need better than I know what I need.

The problems I thought were so important and overwhelming seemed to fade away, or appeared different. There is a song with the words: Turn your eyes upon Jesus; look full in his wonderful face. And the things of the earth will grow strangely dim and the light of his glory and grace. I am not alone. God knows me better than I know myself. I can rely on this truth; I can trust again. How wonderful, how freeing it is to know that I am known so intimately and completely by God.

This is a portion of an article that appeared in MS Catholic on September 23. We re-print it here.

One truly life-changing experience occurred during a retreat in which I came to know myself as a loved sinner. While I am a sinner, I am still loved... So much changed when I came to know this as my true identity...So much of spirituality is seeing, seeing properly. Seeing myself as God sees me changes just about everything, including how I see God and my world. I am eternally grateful for that retreat and this insight, and for this new way of seeing.

As I look back over my retreat notes from each of those eleven retreats, I can only be humble and grateful, extremely grateful to God who has shown me and taught me so much, and grateful to the ministers and ministry of The Dwelling Place. I can’t imagine living without an annual retreat, and living without taking that time to listen to the One who knows me better than I know myself.

Bob Konopa, OFM, is the author of the book, God, You Must Have Me Confused with Someone Else: Seeing What I was Missing, released in November, 2011.

Our Memorial Garden

Memorial Bricks

Good news for those of you who ordered memorial bricks as part of our Capital Campaign, Phase II.

The order has arrived, though not by our 25th celebration as we had hoped. They are now laid in our Memorial Garden in front of Assisi Administration building. Tim Kanagy, a brick mason, laid them for us.

Pat Maloney has donated a bench in honor of her parents to complete our memorial garden. A Saint Francis statue and some beautiful shrubs decorate the area.

We continue to add bricks. If you would like to donate a brick in honor of or memory of a loved one, we can add it to those already laid.


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