Sister Barbara Bir, OSU

Spiritual director, retreat director and director of Community Catholic Center with degrees in education and certification in spiritual direction from the Archdiocese of Louisville. She desires to listen to women and men in a compassionate, non- judgmental setting as they talk about their journey to find God in their lives.

Sister Ruth Ann Haunz, OSU

Spiritual director with degrees in theology and spirituality. She has designed and facilitated retreats, days of reflection, Parish Council planning sessions and has extensive experience in the RCIA process. Underlying desire is always to nurture relationships with Jesus Christ.

Sister Rosella McCormick, OSU

Facilitator for retreats, days of reflection and adult education programs with a MA and doctoral studies having attended Notre Dame and Washington Theological Union. She is deeply committed to assisting adults grow in their faith and become the whole persons God calls them to be.

Ginny Schaeffer

Ginny is a spiritual director and has extensive experience facilitating retreats, workshops and days of reflection. She has a MEd in Counseling Psychology, a MA in Spirituality and certification from the Archdiocese of Louisville in spiritual direction and is a practicing contemplative. Ginny brings a sense of humor and a down-to-earth approach to spirituality and to her ministry. She is currently the director of the Angela Merici Center for Spirituality.

Judy Rice, OSU

Sister Judith Rice is a certified Enneagram teacher trained with Helen Palmer and David Daniels. She is a life-long high school teacher and administrator, always fascinated with people and what makes them tick. The Enneagram is one of the world’s oldest models for understanding how people relate to each other and to the Divine. The workshop includes PowerPoint, personal examples, clips of movies illustrating different types and lots of humor at how predictable our reactions can be. Discover your type and start your journey to being your healed type.

Sue Scharfenberger, OSU

Facilitator for religious congregations and other groups assisting with the process for assemblies, chapters, etc. and with team building in leadership teams, as well as retreats and days of reflection. Bilingual (Spanish/English), serving in Latin America for more than 30 years. Sister Sue has worked with religious communities both in the U.S. and in various parts of Latin America and the Carribean. Holds degrees in theology and certificates in counseling and spiritual accompaniment. Eco-feminist in approach.