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SANCTUARY La Casa de Maria

Posted Jan 25 2015 byLa Casa de Maria / In the News / Comments Off on SANCTUARY La Casa de Maria /

Montecito Journal 2015 Winter / Spring issue:
For your next meditative escape, discover La Casa’s peaceful 26 acres.  Reporter Steven Libowitz’s feature, Sanctuary, in the Montecito Journal’s glossy Winter – Spring 2015 edition, shares with you beautiful pictures and the poignancy of our holy and nature-infused haven.  Join the over 12,000 visitors annually come for healing, solitude, inspiration, and renewal.
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Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine

Posted Nov 21 2014 byDoug Anderson / In the News / Comments Off on Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine /

Steve Jacobson Joins La Casa de Maria as Co-Director
La Casa de Maria recently announced the selection of Steve Jacobsen, EdD, to fill a new position of Co-Director.  Jacobsen will join Stephanie Glatt, IHM, to lead the retreat and conference center, with Glatt focusing on internal operations and continued facility renewal and Jacobsen focusing on program development, community relations and fundraising.
“Everyone

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Montecito Weather Station Helps in Critical Conditions

Posted Sep 30 2014 byDoug Anderson / In the News / Comments Off on Montecito Weather Station Helps in Critical Conditions /

Site in foothills perfect for wind and temperature readings
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MONTECITO, Calif. –
At about 400 feet above sea level a remote weather station in the Montecito foothills is perfect for capturing critical weather information, especially during high wind and risky fire conditions.
Located at La Casa de Maria Retreat center on El Bosque Rd.,

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Shalom Garden Dedication

Posted Sep 17 2014 byLa Casa de Maria / In the News / Comments Off on Shalom Garden Dedication /

On a warm Sunday in June 2013, family and friends came together to dedicate the Shalom Garden, the first of several new spiritual gardens to be installed at La Casa de Maria. Located near La Casa’s agricultural area, the garden was sponsored by local therapist Kathleen Barry in memory of her husband, Roy Mankovitz, an entrepreneur and inventor who

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