Spiritual Director Profile: Sheryl Rose Be Still and Know that I am God. Psalm 46:10 I am one of the great all time efficient “doers,” a quintessential Martha if you will. Being a firstborn overly responsible type, I worked full time while raising two children and volunteering at our parish and in the community. This…Read more
About: Sheryl Rose
Sheryl holds an MA in Organizational Leadership and Spirituality from St. Catherine University, was certified as a Labyrinth Facilitator at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco and was trained at the Franciscan Spirituality Center in La Crosse as a Spiritual Director. Sheryl worked in parish ministry for over 25 years after almost two decades in corporate management roles. In retirement, she embraces her role of grandmother and seeing God’s love reflected in the joy of young children. For her own ongoing spiritual journey, she incorporates contemplative walking on her yard labyrinth in the summer and her many finger labyrinths in the winter. Sheryl is currently available to see people via Zoom or outside on her backyard labyrinth in Richfield, while we patiently wait for the Benedictine Center to open again post-pandemic.
Recent Posts by Sheryl Rose
First Day of Spring On March 21, the first day of meteorological spring, my husband and I got in our car for a change of scenery and went hiking at a nature preserve. The emerging sun made us feel hopeful for an early spring. As we walked and noticed the dead grass, leafless trees and…Read more
Making Friends with My Body When I was first diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in my late 40’s, I had been having back pain, overall soreness and sometimes just feeling exhausted for several years. I had been to various doctors, orthopedic surgeons, chiropractors, physical therapists and athletic trainers and no one could do anything for me. I…Read more
Time to Pause We have a labyrinth in our backyard which, weather permitting, is where I do my walking prayer every day. One day, while I was preparing for a group to come and join us for a walk, my husband caught this photo of our dog, Bella, sitting in one of her contemplative postures…Read more
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