This silent Lenten retreat aims to help you better understand how your everyday life is part of God’s saving plan for you.
Facilitator: Fr. David Perrin
This silent Lenten retreat aims to help you better understand how your everyday life is part of God’s saving plan for you. Your everyday experiences – challenges and successes – contribute to God’s saving activity in your life and in the world. You are part of God’s plan for salvation. But the distractions, conflicting messages and misinformation we live with often block our awareness of how God’s grace nourishes and guides us – even in our sin. Throughout this retreat you will be asked to reflect on your relationship with yourself, with others and with God as you live these relationships in the circumstances of your life. Short conferences of about 30 minutes each, private prayer, optional one-on-one meetings with the retreat director, optional sacrament of Reconciliation and Eucharist shape the rhythm of this Lenten retreat.
David B. Perrin, PhD, is a professor of spirituality and ethics at St. Jerome’s University in Waterloo, Ont. As a professional educator, academic speaker and author, as well as a popular workshop and retreat director, he has given conferences, workshops and retreats in Canada, the United States and Europe. Among other books, including two on St. John of the Cross, he most recently published The 20-Minute Retreat: 18 Sessions With the Saints to Nourish Your Faith.
|Friday March 05, 2021||7:00 pm - 9:00 pm|
|Saturday March 06, 2021||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Sunday March 07, 2021||9:00 am - 1:00 pm|