“A Lenten Journey Through Grief” Feb. 26

Sunday, Feb. 26, 2:00-3:00 p.m., Room 142, Presented by long-time parishioner, Marsha Barnosky, LMSW ACSW

Explore ways to fast, pray, and give alms after the death of a loved one. There will be time for sharing what is meaningful to you with others at your table as well.

Presented by Long-Time Parishioner MARSHA BARNOSKY, LMSW ACSW

Marsha Barnosky’s professional social work career spans 47 years, with 20+ years in hospice and palliative care; working with patients and families before and after death, providing crisis services to businesses after an employee’s death, plus consulting grieving employees transitioning back to the workplace. Marsha spent the final eight years of her career in her private psychotherapy practice, focusing on grief, loss and trauma.  

Marsha retired in 2021 and wrote this informative book, “The Landscape of Grief: The Passage through Grief to Hope.” This book provides vignettes, personal stories and practical tips you will learn ways to experience and express your grief, identify experiences, circumstances and personal characteristics affecting your grief plus find meaningful ways to honor your loved one as you travel through your personal landscape of grief. Book is available for $10.00 on the bookshelf in the Gathering Space. 

Marsha and her husband Carl are long-time parishioners of St Patrick’s and St Anthony’s Parish and have been blessed with four children and four grandchildren.  

Author Marsha Barnowsky

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