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Monte Alverno in Appleton searches for new sponsorship to continue helping to silence the mind

9:26 AM, Jun. 19, 2013
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Mary Kay Elsner has a hard time hearing God's message through the noise of work expectations, family responsibilities and constant Internet communications.

"God speaks to me in a very quiet way," said Elsner, who lives in Green Bay. "How does God ever get a chance to talk to me? He can't. I'm too busy running my life."

About three years ago, Elsner started scheduling regular breaks from the daily din at Appleton's Monte Alverno Retreat & Spirituality Center, which is run by a Roman Catholic group of friars from the Capuchin Province of St. Joseph. The nearly 80-year-old facility along the Fox ...

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