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Margaret A. Schlientz

Specialist

St. Ignatius of Loyola

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St. Ignatius of Loyola

Background Information

Employment History

University Administrator and Teacher

Marquette University


Specialist In the Spiritual Exercises St. Ignatius

Loyola


Psychiatric Nurse

Creighton University


Affiliations

The Institute for Priestly Formation

Advisory Board


ENDOW

Advisory Board Member


Education

Doctorate

Psychiatric Nursing

Creighton University


Masters Degrees

Theology

Mundelein Seminary


Ph.D.

Psychiatric Nursing

University of Pittsburgh


degrees

theology , spirituality , and psychiatric nursing


master's degree

Creighton University


Web References(16 Total References)


sorrowfulmothersministry.businesscatalyst.com

Dr. Margarett Schlientz has Masters degrees in Theology and Christian Spirituality and a Doctorate in Psychiatric Nursing.
She has presented over a thousand workshops and conferences in the last 45 years to religious orders, dioceses, parishes, and healthcare systems on the integration of psychology and spirituality. As a specialist in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Dr. Schlientz integrates the gifts of that spirituality as a healing source for psychological and spiritual wounds. She is committed to bringing the faithful to the healing power of the Eucharist. Dr. Schlientz is also on the Mission and Advisory Board for the Institute for Priestly Formation.


www.stcatharinechurch.org [cached]

Margaret A. Schlientz, Assistant Professor of Psychiatric Nursing at Marquette University, praises Healing the Dying for its "simplicity and gentleness.


www.satodayscatholic.com

Women will hear inspiring and motivating talks from several speakers including freelance Catholic writer Emily Stimpson; author Melanie Rigney; Dr. Margarett A. Schlientz, university administrator and teacher at Marquette University; author Elizabeth Scalia, Father Nathan Cromly, CSJ and Mary Jane Fox.


www.kathleenbeckmaneucharisticamazement.com

Dr. Margarett Schlientz is the conference director and she's given her delightful testimony at the Orange Diocese Magnificat Chapter.
Her testimony also aired on our Magnificat Proclaims EWTN radio program.


www.kathleenbeckmaneucharisticamazement.com

Dr. Margarett A. Schlientz, Masters Degrees in Theology, Spirituality, Doctorate in Psychiatric Nursing, Healing and Deliverance Conference Chair, Mundelein Seminary, Asst. Dir. Of the Institute for Priestly Formation (IPF), Creighton University


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