January 19-21, 2018
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Men
The retreat will draw upon St.Paul's reflection on the power of the Christian paradox -wherein God's seeming foolishness is to be seen as true wisdom, and the humility and weakness of Christ crucified is the power that redeems all things.
Groups Attending: Individuals, KC-St. Charles, Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Glenview), St. Joseph (Wilmette), St. Giles Men's Society/Oak Park, Deacon Jerry Ryndak (Hampshire)
Fr. Muccino currently works as a physician and medical educator at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago. Fr. Muccino’s love for retreat work has been a lifelong passion. While at Georgetown University from 1991-2004, he directed students, faculty, staff and alumni on a variety of Ignatian retreat experiences. Since moving to Chicago in 2004 to take on his current position at Loyola University Medical Center, he has continued to direct retreats for parish and professional groups that are seeking to connect God to the busy pace and challenges that are a part of everyday contemporary life.