December 2-4, 2022
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Men
During the season of Advent we prepare both for commemoration of Jesus’ first coming and our longing for his second coming. Each ‘coming of Christ’ puts us in mind that, yes, we are sinners, but that we also are recipients of God’s love. How we respond to that love is the challenge we face as we make the effort to follow Jesus.
Groups Attending: Individuals
Fr. Andrew Wawryzn was ordained in 2010 for the Archdiocese of Chicago. Prior to his ordination to the Archdiocese he was a member of the Jesuit order for 13 years. Fr. Wawryzn attended Marquette University for undergraduate studies graduating in 1994. He obtained one degree in philosophy (MA) and two degrees in theology (MDiv and ThM) while a Jesuit, and earned an STL degree in theology from Mundelein Seminary in 2011.
Fr. Wawryzn taught high school, directed retreats, offered spiritual direction and served parishes during his ministry. He has served in the Archdiocese of Chicago at St. Peter in Skokie, St. Alphonsus in Chicago, and Our Lady of the Woods in Orland Park. Fr. Wawryzn currently serves as chaplain and director for the University of Chicago Newman Center, Calvert House.