Nina Marie Corona

Spiritual Retreats & Programs to Inspire, Educate & Renew

SCHEDULE A program

Nina plans and facilitates retreats, seminars, webinars, and educational workshops.  Below are SOME of the topics currently available.  Some programs can be adjusted to meet your venue’s needs (time, number of presentations, etc.). Please inquire below for more information.

Some programs offer Continuing Education Hours for social workers, chaplains, police officers, and more.  Please inquire for more information. 

Nina Corona is a proud member of the elite Catholic Speakers Organization, CatholicSpeakers.com.


(CHRISTIAN REFLECTIONS ON ADDICTION)

For more information on this popular series, visit www.wethirstseries.com.

The National Association of Social Workers -PA Chapter will award 8 CEs upon completion of this course.

The National Association of Social Workers -PA Chapter will award 8 CEs upon completion of this course.

 Additional fees apply.

 NASW has granted a special certificate fee of $15.00 for NASW members and $25.00 for non-members for the  entire series  (8 CEs).

The National Association of Catholic Chaplains has approved this program for a total of 8..0 Continuing Education Hours if all four sessions are attended.

The National Association of Catholic Chaplains has approved this program for a total of 8..0 Continuing Education Hours if all four sessions are attended.

The provider of this educational event has designed the program so that it may be considered by participants for use as continuing education to enhance the professional knowledge and pastoral competency of chaplains certified through the Board of Chaplaincy Certification Inc.® an affiliate of the Association of Professional Chaplains™

screen1024x1024.jpeg

 
photo-1460661419201-fd4cecdf8a8b.jpeg

Masterpiece in the Making

Like fine art elegantly displayed in a museum, the holy lives of saints often appear pristine. In both instances, a little research into the events that led up to the magnificent end result is likely to expose a much less appealing image. In fact the lives of great artists and holy saints prove that the process of creating a fine work of art and a holy life is often frustrating, messy, chaotic, confusing, and filled with mistakes and corrections. Join us as we learn to accept the disorder and imperfections of our lives and recognize that the beautiful end result we desire is perhaps being created right here and now. It’s just not ready for the museum quite yet!

 

 
acceptance.jpg

Hearts Open to God

Acceptance is one of the keys to inner peace. Join us as we open our minds and hearts to consider what our faith has to teach us about accepting ourselves, accepting others, accepting suffering in our lives, and ultimately accepting God’s infinite love for us.


 
shutterstock_1017494542.jpg

The Virtue of Hope

In Times of Despair

Where is the hope when things are falling apart? This mini retreat (about 2 hours) will explore the virtue of hope in times of despair. We will explore those things that hinder and nourish hope. As always, the presentation will include lectures, prayer, music, and more! The Virtue of Hope in Times of Despair will leave attendees feeling renewed and hopeful!


 
shutterstock_363661364.jpg

Spirituality and Religion

Spirituality is sometimes misunderstood as being contrary to religion. However, spiritual experiences formed the foundations of religion. This mini retreat will explore the nature of authentic Christian Spirituality.


 
shutterstock_370713560.jpg

CHOICES: THE HINGES OF DESTINY

The decisions that Jesus made at pivotal moments in his life reveal much to us about who he is and who we are called to be. Join us as we walk closely alongside Jesus of Nazareth to learn from him how to choose wisely on the path towards authentic discipleship. Each evening will include lectures, meditations, private contemplative activities, music, and plenty of tools for discernment!

This series is especially meaningful during Lent.

 

 
Proven+Benefits.jpg

The Proven Benefits of Spirituality in Health and Recovery

Spirituality has long been respected as "a driving force in (addiction) recovery,” yet it is simultaneously an increasingly disputed resource. As the field of science thankfully becomes more involved in the treatment of addiction, the role of spirituality is becoming somewhat unclear and more intensely debated. Proponents on either side of the pendulum frequently argue vehemently for or against its necessity and validity. Such all or nothing mentality is a disservice to those suffering because as human beings we are comprised of body, mind and spirit. This reality necessitates an integrated approach to treatment of a disease that impacts all aspects of human nature. This presentation will define and explore the nature of authentic spirituality and is evidence-based role in addiction recovery.


 
Comfort.png

Comfort the Sorrowful

An evening of prayer and presentations on the Spiritual Work of Mercy: Comforting the Sorrowful. Nina explores the meaning of mercy and our obligation to perform these works. What does comfort look like? How do we give and receive it? What does our faith teach us about the comfort of God and comforting others? All this and more is presented with lecture, music, meditation, and prayer to enlighten the mind and awaken the soul.

 

medallion.jpg

Matt Talbot Retreats

Nina is an approved facilitator for the Matt Talbot Retreat Movement. She plans and facilitates retreats for both men and women on a variety of topics for these groups.