Spiritual Labor - Spiritual Life

"Spiritual Labor - Spiritual Life" is a compilation of 52 spiritual reflections intended for the reader's own spiritual work or in leading groups. Each of the reflections deals with living as a spiritual person within ordinary daily relationships and encounters. The intent of the book is to augment the reader's prayer life by inviting him or her to seek the Spirit that dwells within. More

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About Thom Trunzo

Thom is a Catholic Permanent Deacon, ordained in 1995. He has served as Pastoral Associate in several churches since his ordination. He is passionate about Social Justice and healing divisions among cultures and religions. He taught both Social Justice and World Religion for 10 years. He completed a 4 Unit Chaplain Residency accredited by ACPE at the local VA Hospital and believes that humble service to those in pain or in need offers us the best chance for peace.

Beth has been in parish ministry for more than 20 years. She served as Pastoral Associate as well as Director of Religious Education in two different parishes. She has a passion for liturgy and social justice. She has organized several workshops and lenten series on Social Justice based on the tenants of Catholic Social Justice Teaching. She has written and presented a variety of retreats and workshops. She has also completed the Ignatian Spiritual Director's Retreat at Guelph University in Ontario Canada..

Thom and Beth have been married for 32 years, and together they have 8 children.

Native American Spirituality is a part of their life as well. They have a Medicine Wheel on their land and do ceremonies there as well. Thom was given a Lakota name in 2005 that means "Bridge Builder." The name was selected by the Lakota Elders in acknowledgement of his work in bridging cultures and religious orientations, and efforts focused on understanding and healing divisions and acceptance of people who are different.

You can find out more about this deacon couple by visiting their website: www.seventhdirection.com

While you are there, you can sign-up for their FREE Weekly Reflection Service, and check-out Spiritual Direction, Native American Spirituality, and their on-line religion course intended to bring understanding and healing among the Jewish, Christian and Islamic people. They also provides Spiritual Direction. Information about Spiritual Direction is also on the website.

You can contact Deacon Thom through e-mail – thom@seventhdirection.com

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