Meeting with groups and entering into conversation with communities is a highlight for me, and I am privileged to be asked to speak regularly to church groups, conferences, retreats, and more. Highlights have included two keynote presentations at Notre Dame Vision’s Inaugural Summer Conference for Liturgical Music Ministers, regular appearances on An Engaging Faith with Elizabeth Reardon on BreadBox Media, an Ignatian Identity Conference with colleagues from Boston College High School at Leopard’s Hill School in Lusaka, Zambia, and numerous parish missions and school retreats. Please contact me for more information.
Margaret is that rare liturgical musician who is a theologian, a pastoral minister, and a performer alike. During the days she spent at Notre Dame, she was able to lead our group of liturgical musicians in a reflection on their own art form as a spiritual offering to God. Her experience of working in a variety of liturgical settings (ranging from an all male high school to cantoring at various parishes in Massachusetts) makes her the most persuasive of liturgical educators. It’s a joy to work with Margaret, and we at Notre Dame would invite her back again in a heartbeat. – Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D., Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy
Confident, witty, and intelligent – Margaret Felice was such a delightful repeat co-host on my show “An Engaging Faith”. Always prepared and articulate, the conversation was both inviting and informative. Bringing a solid background in theology, liturgy, and Ignatian spirituality she provided an experienced perspective that was well received by my listeners. Regardless of the controversy surrounding the news headlines Margaret rose to the challenge and presented a well formed Catholic response. Would highly recommended! – Elizabeth Reardon, blogger at Theology is a Verb and host of An Engaging Faith with Elizabeth Reardon on BreadBox Media (listen to some of our “Felice Friday” podcasts here)
Margaret’s reflection for the CLA Advent Prayer invited those gathered to enter into their Ignatian roots… We were blessed by her humor, joy and deep insights for the spiritual journey. – Lisa Buscher, RSCJ, Assistant Director, Contemplative Leaders in Action
Listen to my first interview with Elizabeth on An Engaging Faith