Living the Gospel: Contemplation and Action
May 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
A Joint Venture of St. Camillus, St. Patrick’s, St. John the Baptist Catholic Churches, and neighboring parishes
This series of retreats, workshops and discussions brings the Gospel to bear on our daily lives. Using the teachings of Jesus, we will personally and collectively ground ourselves in God, becoming more open to the ways God’s love can transform us. Since 2018, topics covered have included forgiveness, justice, peace, anti-racism, and the role of the church in these times. The series centers on living the multiple dimensions of the Gospel, which is about the experience of God changing lives.
Perfect Love Casts Out Fear (1 John 4:18)
Come, enjoy a retreat based on the First Letter of John, a unitive and mystical letter. Love that is whole, unitive, divine dispels all our fears. We live with a great many fears, anxieties, and worries. What holds us in fear? Why is love called perfect? How can we be free and experience life? The First Letter of John guides us into an experience of oneness that opens answers to these questions. This short, evening retreat will have lectio divina, silence, group discussion, and a brief talk.
Come for an experience of the incomprehensible love of God.|
Come to be enlightened by the divine light.
Led by L.J. Milone, Director of Faith Formation, St. John the Baptist
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