Mary Sharon Moore, M.T.S., is an active spiritual and vocational director, serving lay men and women as well as clergy, locally and nationwide, in discerning the fine movement of the Holy Spirit in their lives and through their work. She mentors individuals into the challenges and invitations of middle and later life.
Mary Sharon is known for her ability to help people name their experience in a way that brings clarity, encouragement, and invitation to growth.
Vibrantly Christ-centered, Mary Sharon believes that regular, prayerful relationship with God and being present to the grace of the moment are the key to living as Christ lived--lovingly and generously for the sake of the world.
Mary Sharon's work reveals her love and care for those on the path of holiness.
For the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable. Romans 11:29.
Areas of spiritual and vocational discernment include ... -Discernment of charisms already at work in your life
-Discernment of God's calling in times of transition
-Prayer practices that lead to and express mature faith
Topics frequently brought to spiritual direction ... -Unnamed losses in life, unfinished grieving
-Shifts in relationships or health
-The hidden or unexpected poverties of the maturing life
-Hunger for growth in authentic prayer
-Search for fresh meaning in life and work
Mary Sharon's spiritual and vocational direction practice integrates prayer, charism discernment, and discernment of God's calling, all in a context of deep and respectful listening.
To discern whether spiritual direction is right for you, please contact Mary Sharon.
Fruitfulness is evidence of human participation in divine life.
Mary Sharon Moore
Testimonials of directees
I have discovered that there is something I cannot learn alone in our spiritual path, no matter how much I try and no matter how much I want. As I cannot perform an operation on myself, I need the spiritual hand of another I trust. A good spiritual director is such an "other." Thank you!
As always, Mary Sharon, thank you for your wonderful inspiration and guidance.
I'm amazed that you are a part of my God-journey
and I thank God that I have met you.
Mary Sharon, struggling alone and struggling with a good spiritual director are two completely different things. Each struggle is now a stepping stone to another blessing . . . a means to discover another gift. Thank you so much, Mary Sharon, for your excellent direction and your constant prayers.
"You do not need to know precisely what is happening, or exactly where it is all going. What you need is to recognize the possibilities and challenges offered by the present moment, and to embrace them with courage, faith, and hope." (Thomas Merton)