Speaker: Anne Kertz Kernion, M.A.
Fee: $35 per person and $250 for a table of 8, includes breakfast and presentation
Registration is requested; please call 412-366-1124
As we begin the Lenten season, we often become more intentional about our daily spiritual practices. These practices can affect our physical and emotional health in a variety of ways. By exploring recent findings in neuroscience and the Catholic contemplative tradition and its practices, we'll discover how they slow aging in our cells, support the health of our bodies and brains, and reduce stress. This multimedia presentation will enlighten and encourage you on your Lenten journey. Thank you for supporting Kearns through this special fundraising breakfast event!
Anne Kertz Kernion (BS in Environmental Engineering, Penn State; MA in Theology, Duquesne University, Certificate in the Science of Happiness, UC Berkeley; graduate student in Positive Psychology, U. of Missouri) is the owner/artist of Cards by Anne, an inspirational greeting card company founded in 1986. For fourteen years, Anne taught theology at Carlow University, and science and world religion courses at CCAC for seven years. She is a frequent lecturer and retreat leader, presenting topics that combine neuroscience, positive psychology, and spirituality to groups around the country. Anne is married to Jack and they have 3 grown children and 5 grandchildren. Her book, "A Year of Spiritual Companionship" was published by SkyLight Paths in 2016. Anne's cards are available online (cardsbyanne.com) and in hundreds of stores.