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The Infancy Narratives of Luke: Revealing the Jesus Who Calls Us Right Now

December 10, 2019 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
A Day of Reflection for Men & Women

Retreat Title: The Infancy Narratives of Luke: Revealing the Jesus Who Calls Us Right Now

The Lukan infancy narratives are rich in their revelation of God's outpouring of the Holy Spirit in prophecy, in people, in the weary world suddenly lit up by the joyful arrival of Jesus, Son of God and Savior, the Man of the Holy Spirit! Each of the narratives opens up a revelation of the person of Jesus, and the way in which the Holy Spirit will flood the scenes wherever He walks, inspiring hope, joy and conversion of heart. Please join us as we allow the infancy narratives of Luke to reveal to us, once more, the  Jesus who is calling to us right now, to allow that Holy Spirit to fill our hearts, and in our own conversion, bring that Holy Spirit to our lives and our world.  

Program Cost: $50.00 (includes Lunch)

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Retreat Master:

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Sr. Wendy Cotter, CSJ, PhD

Sr.  Wendy Cotter, CSJ, PhD  is a Sister of St. Joseph from London, Ontario, Canada and has been a full professor of New Testament in the Theology Department of Loyola University, and is now Emerita since her retirement last summer. After her undergraduate degree in Religious Studies, she was invited to serve on her Community’s Peruvian mission for two terms (four years). Upon her return, she began her graduate studies and received her PhD in New Testament from the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, with a specialty in Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke), particularly the Gospel of Mark and pre-gospel material with a focus on miracle stories. Besides her articles and papers, she has published two books, The Miracles in  Greco Roman Antiquity (1999), and The Christ of the Miracle Stories: Portrait Through Encounter (2010). Throughout these years, Sister has been invited to offer Scripture workshops and parish missions as well as weekend and longer retreats. She considers these the greatest source of joy and grace.