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March 30-April 1, 2018: Landscapes and Soulscapes Retreat

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Landscapes and Soulscapes: A Camino Divina Adventure into the Divine will help you explore in greater depth a richer, deeper relationship with the land, the self and the Divine. You will be provided with thoughtful and joyful practices that can help you connect more deeply wherever you find yourself, whether at home or abroad.

Through the practice of “camino divina―walking the divine way,” inner and outer landscapes will be explored through intuitive observation and imagination, journaling, conversational partnering, finger labyrinths and walking meditation, accompanied by the words of poets and sages to walk alongside you.


For more information and to register, click here.

Retreat Leader Bio

Gina Marie Mammano PhotoGina Marie Mammano is an award-winning poet and the author of Camino Divina- Walking the Divine Way: A Book of Moving Meditations with Likely and Unlikely Saints. Her training as a spiritual director, work as a retreat leader, Waldorf educator, Reiki practitioner, and work with the Opening the Book of Nature program have allowed her the ability to create interactive, artful, deep and intuitive events that work within both the interior and exterior landscapes. She lives on Whidbey Island, Washington.


Forest of Peace Highlighted by the Tulsa World

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The Osage Forest of Peace was recently highlighted by the Tulsa World as one of Tulsa’s most restful places. Read all about it here.

FOP in Tulsa World

Wish List

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FOP Staff “Wish List”

We much appreciate our generous donors and supporters!  If you’d like to make an in-kind donation but don’t know what we could use, here are a few items for your consideration (new or in good condition, please):


  • Hair dryers for the cabins
  • LCD projector. Epson EX6220 WXGA 3LCD Projector, 3000 lumen color, 3000 lumen white (V11H550220)   (Amazon $500-600)
  • Windows.  Replace cloudy, double pane windows.  8 needed, bid: $900.
  • 2 new refrigerators.  Kenmore Elite 78042 bottom-freezer refrigerator 24 cu in. White, ($1200-1700 ea)
  • All-purpose gravel (gray), 150 pounds

Thank you to our generous donors!

A donation of all or part of the cost listed is most appreciated.  Where brand, size, and other details are indicated, this is what we actually can use, substitutions may not work.  Please call and let us know you’re coming before dropping anything off.  Thank you for your generosity.

Your donations are tax deductible.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.



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Inspired by the wisdom and vision of Father Bede Griffiths, Osage Forest of Peace was founded as a monastic ashram in 1979 by Sr. Pascaline Coff and the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration.  Today the Forest of Peace continues to embody its original vision:
  •     – by drinking from the wellsprings of the great spiritual traditions;
    – through contemplative silence, a simple life-style and communal living;
    – by offering hospitality to all who seek to deepen their spiritual practice.
Osage Forest of Peace does this by creating an environment for contemplative retreats, daily prayer and meditation. We also offer programs focusing on personal, socio-ecological and global healing-all within a context of ecumenical spirituality, East-West dialogue and interfaith encounters.
Feel free to browse our site to see how the Forest can support you on your path. Information about our upcoming events and announcements is available here.
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