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March 28, 2015:
Margaret R. Drungle, MA,
LCPC, Psychology
“The Pornography Epidemic: A
Catholic Approach”
April 25, 2015:
Father William Blazek, SJ, MD,
FACP, “How Moral Teaching
Serves the Human Person”
May 30, 2015:
Feed My Starving Children Event
June 21-30, 2015:
Holy Land Pilgrimage
with Fr. Kevin Baldwin
Visit Nazareth, Galilee, Jerusalem,
Bethlehem and much more!
Full pilgrimage description
available on our website.
CPI welcomes professionals to
participate in monthly meetings where
they can socialize with other
professionals who share Catholic values,
discuss topics relevant to our faith &
professions, and enjoy spiritual
nourishment under the guidance of
Roman Catholic priests. A team of
select priests will serve on our panel of
experts that attend the meetings on a
rotating basis. CPI welcomes college,
graduate and professional students, and
all professionals, whether currently
working, in transition, or retired.
“The Pornography Epidemic: A Catholic Approach”
with Margaret R. Drungle, MA, LCPC, Psychology
Saturday, March 28th at 6:30 PM
Margaret R. Drungle is a Licensed Clinical Professional
Counselor. Her mission is to empower lives with
respect, dignity and integrity in a healthy, nonjudgmental, caring environment. She integrates Catholic
doctrine with sound clinical practice.
As a therapist, she believes it is essential to continue growing in her faith in
order to treat from a holistic approach to integrate body, soul and spirit. She
attends retreats, conferences, seminars and training workshops to
incorporate Catholic family values into her practice. She was invited to
attend a healing conference for priests and bishops, with a few clinicians
present. Since she follows the teachings of the magisterium, many priests
refer clients to her.
She also receives referrals from Catholic
physicians/psychiatrists who appreciate, trust and welcome her approach.
Margaret received her Master's degree plus 30 doctoral hours in Clinical
Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She has
extensive experience with individuals, couples and families as well as
innumerable debriefings at crisis interventions in corporate settings. She
also has a degree in Business Management. Her understanding of the
corporate workplace allows her to understand both the personal and
professional life in order to assist in integrating health in both areas. She
resides in Naperville, has 3 adult children as well as 5 grandchildren. Life
experience gives her an additional window through which she has gained
understanding and wisdom.
Note: Wine and heavy appetizers will be served throughout the evening. St. James at Sag
Bridge is located at 10600 S. Archer Avenue, Lemont, IL 60439, near the intersection of
Routes 83 and 171 and just off Sag Bridge. The meeting will be in Sag Hall, the first building
on the right just after entering the iron gates. Admission is free. Donations to cover our
costs are appreciated.
“Let Christians follow the example of Christ who worked as a craftsman; let them be proud of the opportunity to carry out their
earthly activity in such a way as to integrate human, domestic, professional, scientific and technical enterprises with religious values,
under whose supreme direction all things are ordered to the glory of God.” - Second Vatican Council