Catholic Women of Zion Chapter 1 will hold a retreat day April 8 from 8 a.m. to noon in Holy Family Parish, 1139 East County Line Rd., Lakewood.
The day will begin with Mass celebrated in the church by Father Michael Sullivan, pastor of St. Mary of the Lake Parish, followed by prayer, music, sharing, networking and a presentation on “Reclaiming Our Destiny: Embracing God’s Purpose for Our Lives” by speaker, Mary Ann Collett.
Collett, who currently serves as pastoral associate in St. Mary of the Lake Parish, Lakewood, is co-founder of Catholic Women of Zion and has served as its director for 28 years. She holds a master of social work degree in clinical social work from Fordham University, New York, a master of arts degree in theology from Georgian Court University, Lakewood, has pursued studies in Rome and is a commissioned lay ecclesial minister, spiritual director and clinical social worker. She has facilitated retreats, women’s groups, seminars and diocesan workshops.
Admission is $20 and includes lunch. Reservations are necessary. Call 732-363-0139, ext. 777 by April 4 or register online at cwoz.org.