February 8-10, 2019
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Men
What are the tools for finding the deepest meaning in the simplest of things? In this weekend retreat, we will use the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius to help us stay attuned to the presence of God all around us.
Groups Attending: Individuals, Catholic Community of Northbrook, St. Isaac Jogues (Hinsdale), Northern Ohio Jesuit High School Alumni (St. John Jesuit High School and Academy-Toledo, St. Ignatius High School-Cleveland, and Walsh Jesuit High School-Cuyahoga Falls), MM/PP/R/TH, KC-Barrington/Lake Zurich, Mary Seat of Wisdom
Fr. Keith Maczkiewicz, SJ, a Long Island, New York native, joined the New England province of Jesuits in the summer of 2008. Keith graduated from Fairfield University in Connecticut, and did two years of service with the Providence Alliance for Catholic Teachers (PACT), serving as a campus minister at a diocesan high school in Springfield, Massachusetts and living in community with other volunteer teachers. After completing two years there and earning an M.Ed. from Providence College, Keith began working at The University of Scranton in Pennsylvania in the office of Campus Ministry doing primarily retreat and justice work while living in a freshmen residence hall. After taking vows in the Society in 2010, Keith completed his philosophy studies at Loyola University Chicago in 2013. From 2013-15, Keith worked in the chaplains’ office at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. In August 2015, he began his theology studies at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, CA.