January 26-28, 2018
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Men
Join us for a “journey with the saints,” including Sts. Ignatius of Loyola, Francis of Assisi, Peter, Thomas More, Elizabeth Ann Seton, Claude de la Colombiere, and Philip Neri. These men and women show us the path of the spiritual life. Come reflect on the grace of their suffering, how they lived the Resurrection, and how they surrendered themselves to Christ.
Groups Attending: Individuals, Roche-Zera, St. Patrick (Elkhorn, WI)
Fr. Robert Flack was born in 1948 in Chicago. He attended the seminary system in the Chicago Archdiocese and was ordained at Mundelein Seminary in 1974. He served at several parishes of the Archdiocese before entering the Society of Jesus in 1983. As a Jesuit, he has served as a pastor on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, taught sociology at Xavier University in Cincinnati, directed retreats at the Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth in Wernersville, Pennsylvania, and earned a PhD from the University of Washington (Seattle). He taught demography and urban studies for seven years in St. Louis University’s Department of Public Policy Studies. Fr. Flack served on the staff of the Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House, including several months as administrator. He has also worked as an assistant in the Chicago-Detroit Province’s Office of Victim Advocacy. He is currently the Director of Spiritual Life at St. Joseph College Seminary in Chicago.