About Sue Mosher
Hi, I'm Sue Mosher. I conduct Celtic spirituality retreats, weddings, marriage preparation, leadership and contemplative retreats, labyrinth walks, and pilgrimages in the Washington, DC, area. I am an ordained teacher, or oide, in the Céile Dé tradition, a living spiritual lineage with roots in the Celtic countries, and edited the second edition of Ever Ancient, Ever New: Celtic Spirituality in the 21st Century by Irish author Doris Whelan. I serve as a deacon, liturgist, and occasional preacher at Universalist National Memorial Church, which also has ordained me as a wedding celebrant. I am a trained labyrinth facilitator, having studied with Dr. Lauren Artress, and was the labyrinth builder and keeper for the 2009 Prayer Vigil for the Earth on the grounds of the Washington Monument.
After successful careers in the broadcast news and desktop software industries, I received an M.A. in Humanities from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where my studies included mythology, ritual and ceremony, spiritual activism, and depth and archetypal psychology. You can read my portfolio online. I also have completed the 18-month contemplative leadership program with the Shalem Institute. In my past role as a software guru, I authored hundreds of articles and seven books on Microsoft Outlook, founded two popular web sites for Outlook issues, and was recognized by Microsoft for my volunteer work in online forums, receiving the annual Most Valuable Professional award every year from 1994 to 2010.