Women’s Morning of Reflection


The Women’s Morning of Reflection brings over 100 women from several area parishes together to explore a wide variety of topics for a morning of prayer and reflection. It usually involves one or more presenters speaking on a particular scriptural theme. This retreat normally occurs in November of each year. It gives all of the women a chance to leave behind the stresses of daily life and spend time getting to know the love of Jesus.

10th Annual Morning of Reflection for Women of All Ages

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and St. Luke Parishes welcome Gabriela Caballero-Moersfelder, MS, LPC, DWCF to the 10th Annual Women's Morning of Reflection.

Saturday, November 13, 2021
8:30 AM to 12:00 Noon
$10.00 registration fee (includes snack & toolkit)

"The Courage to be who I Really Am!"

Our presenter Gabriela Caballero-Moersfelder will guide us in exploring ways to find out who we really are at our center – at our core – and who God calls us to be.  We will meet for a large group presentation, small group discussions, as well as personal reflection time.

Attend in-person in Seton's Sippel Hall, maximum of 75 to allow distance seating; masks optional.

This year we are asking all the women who are attending the Woman’s Morning of Reflection to consider donating to Father Gene’s Help Center. The items they are always in need of are:

  • NEW Men & Womens underwear and socks—all sizes
  • NEW Children’s underwear and socks—all sizes
  • Clean slightly-used coats for men, women, and children—especially large sizes

We will collect these items from you when you arrive at Seton on November 13th.   
Thank you so much for helping out the many people in need.


Registration for this event is full. Contact Donna Kocinski at 262-692-2479 if you are still interested in attending. 

download and print a paper copy of the registration form

About the Presenter...

Gabriela Caballero-Moersfelder has worked as a bilingual/bicultural psychotherapist; Pastoral Associate, Spiritual Director, and Community Volunteer in the Waukesha / Milwaukee area for more than 30 years. She graduated with a master's degree in psychology from UW-Milwaukee. She also obtained a postgraduate degree in theology at Mount Mary University and completed the Spiritual Direction program at the Siena Retreat Center. In 2017, NAMI Waukesha awarded Gabriela the Prize of the Psychotherapist of the Year for her work with individuals who experience mental health problems. In that year, the alumni association of the Bridgewater College also awarded her the West-Whitelow Prize for her humanitarian services.

If you would like to help organize this event, please consider joining the Women's Morning of Reflection Committee

6q932e2c8tlrl0qfay87y5518al.jpgFor more information about our programs, Contact Sue Switalski, Pastoral Minister
or call the Christian Formation Office at 262-782-8982