Join us at the Well for an Evening of Reflection.

Registration is free. Our hope is to offer these evenings of reflection to any woman seeking to grow in her relationship with God and meet other women seeking to do the same. If you would like to make a donation in support of our growing mission, we encourage you to do so at the event.

Lenten Evening of Reflection

March 14, 2019
6:30-8:30 p.m.
St. John the Baptist in Brusly, LA

Speaker:  Kate Anderson

Kate Anderson is a resident of Baton Rouge and a loving wife and mother.  She was born and raised in Baton Rouge and spent many weekends and summers with family in Plaquemine. She is the mother of Cecilia, a  4th grader at St. Aloysius School, and a wife to Kevin, a local physician.  She married Kevin in 2001 at St. John the Evangelist Church in Plaquemine. She beat Stage IV cancer three times and underwent a stem cell/bone marrow transplant at M.D. Anderson in Houston. She obtained a bachelor’s in Political Science from Centenary College in Shreveport. She returned home to earn her juris doctorate from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law School.  Today, she spends her time with her family and volunteers at St. Aloysius Church and School.

Musician:  Mary Rosenbloom

Mary Rosenbloom is a renowned vocalist, composer, speaker, and graphic designer based in south Louisiana. Ms. Rosenbloom’s vocation to evangelizing the gospel through art, beauty, and example has led the local church to deep conversion for almost 30 years. The center of Mary Rosenbloom’s ministry is bringing the message of Christ’s Divine Mercy to the faithful and to those who do not know God’s infinite mercy. Over the years she has been led by her passion for singing that has consoled, enlightened, and inspired joy at liturgies, funerals, memorial services, weddings, concerts, and missions. Ms. Rosenbloom has had the honor of singing for the late Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, and to have served as cantor at mass at the National Cathedral in Washington DC, but you may find her at the bedside of a terminally ill patient, a nursing home or the children’s floor of a local hospital. She has long held the belief that making others happy is a noble art, and she herself is the happiest when she’s singing.

Mary answers to “mom” by her three children, “Me`me” to her three grandchildren, and is rarely seen without her 70lb big white fluffy dog, Dismas, at her side.



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