Natalie Terry is the Director of the Ignatian Spiritual Life Center & Children's Faith Formation at St. Agnes Parish in San Francisco, California. She has a Masters of Divinity from the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University in Berkeley, California. In 2012 she was awarded a ministry fellowship with the Fund for Theological Education where she embarked in a project to explore modes of discernment for Roman Catholic women to explore calls to ordained ministry.  She graduated from John Carroll University in 2010 with Bachelor of Arts in religious studies, and served as a volunteer with the Sisters of the Humility of Mary in Pulaski, Pennsylvania.

Natalie has been a facilitator and prayer leader with the Ignatian Solidarity Network, and she serves as a lay preacher, lector, Eucharistic minister and presider of Communion services and Liturgies of the Word. She is originally from Wynantskill, New York, grew up in the Albany Diocese under the prophetic leadership of Bishop Emeritus Howard Hubbard and is an alumnus of Catholic Central High School in Troy, New York.



April 13, 2017

Holy Thursday

We are continually called back to Holy Thursday... We are called back to Jesus' decision to wash his disciples' feet. And in that action we discover again and again who Jesus calls us to be in the Church and in the world.

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