April 16-18, 2021
An Ignatian, Semi-Silent Weekend Retreat for Couples
God labors to transform our human ways of being, into more divine ways. St. Ignatius in the Spiritual Exercises reminds us that this is especially true of how we are meant to love.
In this retreat experience, we will explore how we are called to, and can, in fact, live and love in the ways God seeks for us to. We will pray over the challenges and barriers that hold us back from loving in a fully authentic way, and tap into the graces that can empower us to live out the great virtue of love more completely in our daily lives.
Groups Attending: Married Couples, Brothers at Bellarmine
Dr. Muccino served as Associate Provost for Educational Resources at Loyola University Chicago’s Health Sciences Campus until May of 2019. In July 2019 he begins his new dual assignment as consultant to the Office of Medical Education at UMASS Medical School, and assistant to the Office of Health Professions Advising at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.
In addition to his administrative and educational responsibilities, Fr. Muccino has spent the past twenty five years pursuing his passion for giving preached weekend retreats, individually directed retreats, parish retreats, and days of recollection centered on adult faith-formation.