deepen your faith and religion, your spirituality, and your sense of God in your life through Spiritual Direction.
If you're seeking a way to feel connected with a higher being, you've come to the right place. Spiritual Direction is one way to deepen your faith and spirituality. We often have grown up with a strict practice of faith and religion, but that might not be where you find peace and wholeness.
Jocelyn is passionate about inviting others to notice how much God loves us, right here, right now, just as we are. No matter your faith and religion, God does not keep score of our imperfections nor our perfections.
As a prison chaplain for the past ten years, Jocelyn has been fortunate to accompany people in the worst moments of their lives. We all need to hear how deeply loved and special we are, on the inside and the outside.
As a Religious Educator and Campus Minister at a school for severe special needs students, Jocelyn has the privilege of teaching about God's love without words, but with actions and tactile symbols, engaging as many senses as possible. Some of the students do not have access to all five of their senses, so my task is engage their abilities so they might be able to feel God's love.
As a Spiritual Director, Jocelyn practices accompanying people as they seek God's love in their own lives. She has been receiving Spiritual Direction for fifteen years.
Cultivated during my delight in serving as a Campus Minister at Fairfield University, Jocelyn has a particular joy accompanying college-aged people and those in their 20s (and now 30s!).
God leads us with crooked lines!
Jocelyn's path hasn't been as clear as she would have hoped. But she is here now, and happy to accompany you on your journey.
Regardless of your faith, religion, race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, or spiritual practices, Spiritual Direction is available for you.
Jocelyn would love to know what brings you hope, joy, love, peace, light, and strength.
As a Spiritual Director, networks for continuing education and Supervision.
teaching team at the Franciscan Spiritual Direction Program.
I find solace, solidarity, inspiration, and hope in the Ignatian Solidarity Network.
I am a member of the BCSTM Prison Ministry Initiative where we provide liturgical services and Pastoral Care
inside a Boston prison, including to our sisters and brothers in solitary confinement.