Angels, dreams and therapeutic touch are among the topics of 11 seminars to be offered during an evening of "Adventures in Spirituality" at 7 p.m. Oct. 29 at the Center for Lifelong Learning, 33 Ontario St., Lockport.
The program, sponsored by the Dale Association, will feature a keynote talk by Thomas T. Frantz, chief of the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology in the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo. Tickets are $5 and registration is requested by Oct. 22 by calling 433-1089.
In addition to hearing the keynote talk, those present will be able to attend two seminars.
Frantz, whose keynote topic will be "Life Transitions," is the founder of the Life Transition Center, Compassionate Friends and the Suicide Bereavement Group, which provide emotional support and counseling to families and individuals.
He also will conduct a seminar on "Levels of Consciousness."
Other seminar topics and presenters will be: "Angels" -- Carol S. Wolf, author of "Journey Into Prayer" and a student of angels; "Dreams" -- Sister Caroline Smith, a practitioner of Jungian dream analysis and a staff member of the Diocesan Counseling Center for Clergy and Religious; "Therapeutic Touch" -- Priscilla Baker, a nurse who recently retired as director of patient services in the Niagara County Health Department; "Prayer" -- Brother John Crocker, a Trappist monk on the faculty of Christ the King Seminary, East Aurora.
Also: "Tai Chi Chuan/Chi Kung" -- Si Fu Scott Hiemenz, a martial arts instructor; "Native American Spirituality" -- Harry Hill, a Canadian Seneca Indian who is a spiritual believer; "Men and Spirituality" -- William Korthals, a Catholic chaplain at two Buffalo hospitals and Benedict House, a residence for men with AIDS; "Spirituality and the Active Person" -- the Rev. Francis X. Mazur, a priest who serves as executive director of Buffalo Area Metropolitan Ministries; "Chanting and Dance" -- Jean Speck, a student and teacher of "The Dances"; and "Spirituality Unbound by Doctrine" -- the Rev. Claudia Stachowski, a licensed Unity teacher who serves as minister of the Center of the Living Word, Williamsville.