Cell groups are reserved for those that have made their Final Oblation in affiliation with Sacred Heart Monastery unless other arrangements have been made. Please contact Carol Olson, Lead Dean, for more information.
Grand Island Cell Group: 2017–2018
brother Lawrence Cell
Leader: Jeanette Nordhues
Meetings: The fourth Monday of the month beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the home of Joan Hopkins, 1611 W. Charles St., Grand Island.
Hastings Cell Group: 2017–2018
Saint Scholastica Cell
Leader: Lee Ostdiek
Meetings: The fourth Saturday of the month beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the library at St. Cecelia’s Health Ministry Building, 415 N. Kansas, Hastings.
Lincoln Cell Groups: 2017–2018
Leader: Marti Fritzen
Meetings: Monthly on the fourth Sunday at 7:00 p.m., beginning with Vespers in the chapel at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. Then the group goes to the Platte Room for its gathering.
The Rule of Benedict (RB 73:8) says that the rule is for beginners; we are all beginners and all are welcome to this cell.
Hildegard von Bingen Cell
Leader: Carol Roettmer Brewer
Meetings: Every other Saturday, beginning at 8:00 a.m. with Morning Prayer in the chapel at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. Following a time for quiet reflection, the members of this cell then gather in Sheridan B for lectio divina and conversation on a topic or the reading. Following this, members may gather in the cafeteria for breakfast and fellowship.
Details: Find out more.
Pax Christi Cell
Leader: Lorene Ludy
Meetings: Monthly on the third Tuesday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Mary Lu Long’s house, 1615 Brent Blvd., Lincoln.
Preferring Christ Cell
Leaders: Charlotte Liggett
Meetings: Monthly on the fourth Sunday at 7:00 p.m., beginning with Vespers in the chapel at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital.
Readings come from Preferring Christ by Norvene Vest.
Cell Group Readings: 2017–2019
Text: New Seeds of Contemplation, Thomas Merton, A New Direction paperback, ISBN 978-0-8112-1724-8.
The cell groups will spend time with this book from the fall of 2017 through the spring of 2019. Here is the guide for readings and reflection.