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Community Events | Learning to Live LLC Presents

Fully Alive until the End – Five Practices for Life’s Journey

  December 5, 2023 5:30 PM

Doors Open: 5:00 PM

The approximate run time is 75 - 90 minutes with no intermission.

An Evening of Awakening with Cathy Wurzer and author Catherine Duncan

We’re yearning for more peace, love, meaning, and embodied aliveness. We’re yearning for awakening. Awakening is often portrayed as mysterious, complicated, and dramatic or something that requires traveling to a distant country and sitting at the feet of an enlightened guru. But it’s actually something we can choose to do, by engaging Five Simple and Profound Practices:

  • Coming back to the present moment
  • Connecting with something greater
  • Growing our trust
  • Embodying love
  • Holding openness

We welcome people of all ages interested in personal growth, self-awareness, and mindfulness. This event is for all individuals starting their journey of self-discovery through those wanting to age gracefully and live fully.

Every day Awakening integrates the best of spirituality, neuroscience, psychology, and therapy so you can change how you embrace every day, every moment, and every choice.

Every Day is a day to feel vibrantly alive.
It is a decision to live fully until the moment we die.
Your Everyday Awakening is right in front of you.

Hosted by Cathy Wurzer, host of Morning Edition and Minnesota Now on MPR News. Cathy is also the co-host of Almanac, the Twin Cities PBS statewide public affairs program. She is a 2022 inductee into the Minnesota Broadcaster's Hall of Fame. In addition to her work in journalism, Cathy is the founder of End in Mind Project, a non-profit that prepares people for death so they can live a more inspired, fearless life right now. 

Author Catherine Duncan, MA, BCC is an Integrative Spiritual Consultant and a St. Kate's Alum. She received her MAT and Spiritual Direction Certificate. Catherine has worked extensively in the areas of chronic illness, life transitions, grief, and loss. Catherine is an ordained minister with the United Church of Christ, chaplain, spiritual director, and trained in a range of complementary healing modalities. She served for many years as a hospice chaplain, and now works with MN Personalized Medicine and in her private practice, Learning To Live. She is the author of Everyday Awakening. 

Please note that this event is General Admission and in the St. Catherine University Recital Hall. If you have questions or concerns regarding the accessibility of the venue or seating in the Hall, please contact the Ticket Office directly. Our phone number is 651-690-6700 and email is