A special morning of prayer led by Sister Rosemarie Tulacz, SND, of Notre Dame Creations in Thousand Oaks will take place at St. Bede the Venerable Roman Catholic Church on Monday, Jan. 9 from 8:45 a.m. to noon in the John XXIII Room.
Sister Rosemarie is an accomplished photographer and specializes in a ministry of liturgical and fine art and spirituality. She has provided days of prayers at St. Bede and will be back by popular demand in January.
With a borrowed camera and a $20 bill, Sister Rosemarie Tulacz, S.N.D., set out to photograph the wonderments of God that surrounds us all. A Sister of Notre Dame for the past 27 years, Sister Rosemarie is an artist and photographer known as “The Nun with the Nikon.”
She, like her fellow Sisters, has pledged her life to the service of the world’s poor. Sister has been fascinated with life’s wonders, design and the magic of light as long as she can recall.
“Photographing natural things is a way of being in touch with them and with oneself,” she said. “To me, life is a gift and the opportunity to photograph the emotion on the face of a child or the magic of a flowing stream is one of the privileges of being alive.
“Photography is a very powerful tool that allows you to touch people, to evangelize. You become attuned to capturing the emotions and beauty of that moment. Seeing God’s creations makes you realize you are a part of something much greater.”
The public is invited to attend.
For reservations, contact Dolores Castello at (818) 790-2374.
St. Bede the Venerable Roman Catholic Church is located at 215 Foothill Blvd. in La Cañada Flintridge.
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